Welcome to the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind

Welcome to a place where miracles can happen, where students can reach well beyond their expectations, a place where "what if" becomes "I can."

This is the nation’s most comprehensive education, rehabilitation and employment system serving children and adults who are deaf, blind and multidisabled with a myriad of programs designed just for them. For more than a century and a half, AIDB has been investing in the lives of thousands of infants, toddlers, children, adults and seniors who are challenged by hearing and vision loss. With five campuses and eight regional centers throughout Alabama, AIDB’s business is personal. Here is our story ...





AIDB's 2014 Summer Enrichment Camps 

AIDB is gearing up for yet another year of fun and innovative summer camps. Click Here to check out the latest information about our Alabama School for the Blind, Alabama School for the Deaf, and Helen Keller School of Alabama Summer Enrichment Camps! 



Screen Reader-friendly Application

Medical Form

MGH Arena Release Form



Summer Camp Packet




Robert Burton, CEO of Hoar Construction to Speak at 2014 AIDB Commencement 

Graduation ceremonies at AIDB will be on Wednesday, May 28, including a Baccalaureate service and commencement exercises at the Alabama School for the Deaf (ASD), Alabama School for the Blind (ASB), and Helen Keller School of Alabama (HKS).  
The day’s activities will begin at 10 a.m. in Hawkins Chapel with the annual Baccalaureate Service. Robert Burton, President and Chief Executive Officer of Hoar Construction LLC, will be the guest speaker. 

To read more about AIDB's Commencement activities Click Here!

Darrell Waltrip to host Race Fever: Fast and Furious 2014               

Boogity, Boogity, Boogity is Back, Back, Back!! Darrell Waltrip has announced that he will host the 2014 RACE FEVER FAN FRENZY on Friday, May 2 at the International Motorsports Hall of Fame Fox Sports 1 Dome at the Talladega Superspeedway. 

Blind wrestlers work hard to overcome obstacles

By Chris Womack, CBS 42


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