To provide comprehensive education and service programs of superior quality to children and adults who are deaf, blind, deafblind and multidisabled and their families.
To transform the lives of those we serve beyond expectations by refusing to let adversity limit any individual's potential.
June 27, 2018 -- The Department of Public Examiners has released the most recent audit of the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, indicating that no findings were reported for the fiscal year October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017. According to the report issued by Chief Examiner Ronald L. Jones, AIDB earned an “unmodified” audit opinion which reflects
The life of Blind Boys’ of Alabama originating member and AIDB alumnus, Clarence Fountain was celebrated at Promised Land Baptist Church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana yesterday. Fountain died last week.
June 4, 2018 - Adults who are deaf, blind and disabled train at Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind’s (AIDB) Gentry Facility to get a job. Then they get that first paycheck and are ready to head to the bank. For some, accessibility and understanding of bank services creates a new challenge.
Joey Woodle of Scottsboro has always known he wanted to drive the big trucks. However, as a young man, when he asked if he could work driving a truck, he was told, “You can’t. You’re deaf.”
The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of Mr. Larry Thornton to its Board of Directors.
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