The goal of the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind is to provide our students and clients with effective, innovative, individualized education and health care. This goal starts with the admissions process and continues throughout their stay at AIDB’s three schools, the Alabama School for the Blind, the Alabama School for the Deaf and the Helen Keller School of Alabama. Health care professionals are also located and at our E. H. Gentry campus and at Alabama Industries for the Blind.
What's New with our Health and Clinical Services
2013 SUMMER SPEECH PROGRAM
The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind’s Health and Clinical Services is holding a Summer Speech Program from Monday, June 3 to Thursday, June 27 at the Dowling Building on the Alabama School for the Deaf campus.
Free speech therapy services will be available to residents of Talladega County, ages three to18. AIDB and the North Talladega County Chapter of the Alabama Easter Seal Society are sponsoring the program.
Space is limited and participants will be registered on a first-come-first-served basis. To register call 256-761-3245.
Located in the historic Dowling Building, on the Alabama School for the Deaf campus AIDB’s Health and Clinical Services provides students with a wide range of health services including; audiology, nursing, low vision, psychology, physical therapy, occupational therapy and senior services.