• Outreach Instructional Services
    The AIDB Outreach program was designed to assist parents and teachers with appropriately serving students who are deaf/hard of hearing, blind/visually impaired, or deafblind in the public schools. Our providers travel statewide providing a plethora of services to sensory impaired children. Applicants may be referred by a parent or guardian, school personnel, AIDB regional center staff, or other professional working with the child. However, a parent or guardian must fill out and return the appropriate application and consent forms for services to be rendered. The following information is an overview of services we provide, though not an exhaustive list. Please contact us at outreach@aidb.org to learn more.


    • Observation in the classroom
    • Consultation with teacher(s) and parent(s)
    • Evaluation of students
    • Individualized Education Program (IEP) development assistance
    • Attendance at IEP meetings 

    Evaluation Areas

    • Intelligence
    • Achievement
    • Developmental
    • Language
    • Adaptive Behavior
    • Functional Vision
    • Orientation and Mobility 


    Request Our Services 

    Applications and consent for services can be submitted in one of two ways:

    1.  Have a parent or legal guardian fill out and sign the below paperwork.  Upload the forms and any other pertinent information using this link.  

    2.  A parent or legal guardian may apply and consent for services using our fully electronic packet using this link.

    If you'd like more information or have questions for us, email us at outreach@aidb.org.


    Outreach Packet Updated 11/2021

    En español la solicitud de los servicios de extensión-2023

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    • Serving Alabama’s Deaf & Hard of Hearing
    • Serving Alabama’s Visually Impaired 
    Contact Us

    Email or call us at 256-761-3274 for more information about our services.

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