E. H. Gentry
Mission: 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.
Purpose: To provide quality job skills, adjustment, and academic services to individuals with disabilities, which will promote independence and lead to employment.
AIDB Employee SCPI (Sign Communication Proficiency Interview) Information
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.”
AIDB Accessibility Information
AIDB places a high priority on accessibility to all our programs and, together with Blackboard, has taken great care to provide a quality website. If you have a question or need to report an accessibility or functionality issue with this site please contact email@example.com.
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