Mission Statement

  • White "Gentry" and "Est. 1968" painted onto brown wood stained board with a black "G" in background

    Welcome to E.H. Gentry!


    E.H. Gentry is a full service vocational and educational rehabilitation program which serves adults under the umbrella of the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind. Established in 1968, Gentry's primary goal is to provide quality job skills, adjustment, and academic services to individuals with disabilities, which will promote independence and lead to employment. 


    Gentry's mission is to help students achieve economic and personal independence through employment training, college preparation classes, and independent living skills. Gentry creates customized programs for deaf, blind, deafblind, and general services students which allows them to explore their personal and professional goals then provides instruction utilizing the latest technology and training methods available.


    Limitless. This is not just our new Logo. Not a word we flippantly use.


    Keep clicking, watching, listening, reading or better yet, come and visit us! We would love to show you E. H. Gentry! When we say limitless, we mean LIMITLESS!! One more time… Limitless.


    That is the only way to accurately describe what our students/clients/consumers can accomplish at E. H. Gentry!

    For more information please contact us at EHGcontact@aidb.org.







  • It will be summer in no time! At E.H. Gentry, we have a lot going on. For example, Students' Activity Day in May is a whole day of fun for students and staff alike away from the classroom environment. Paddle boats, fishing, swimming, minature golf, horseshoes, etc! Summer at E.H. Gentry will start with a bang! 


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