To prepare individuals to reach their limitless potential by providing superior staff, facilities, training, and programs.
To transform the lives of those we serve beyond all expectations.
To be the recognized leader of diverse residential and community-based education, rehabilitation, and employment programs that prepare individuals who are deaf, blind, deafblind, and multidisabled to reach their potential in education, independence, and career.
Among the 10 thousand volunteers gathered in Orlando, Florida from June 5 to 12 for the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games was AIDB’s own Apryl McCurdy, Family and Consumer Science Teacher at Alabama School for the Deaf.
Amy Locke has been named the High School Director for Alabama School for the Deaf.
Recipients of this year's grants include Elsa Calhoun, Helen Keller School of Alabama; Rachel Chastain, Helen Keller School of Alabama; Amy Fisher, Alabama School for the Blind; Robert Godbold Jr., Alabama School for the Deaf; April Nesmith, Helen Keller School of Alabama; Eric Richardson, Helen Keller School of Alabama; and Megan Spann, Helen Keller School of Alabama
AIDB Accessibility Information
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Board of Trustees May 2020 Meeting Information
Pursuant to the Governor’s First Supplemental Order dated March 18, 2020, the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind Board of Trustees met via phone/zoom conference on May 19, 2020 at 9:00 AM. A summary of the meeting follows: May 19, 2020 Meeting Summary