Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB)
Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind 2017
The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) is a school for people with blindness and/or deafness operated by the U. S. State of Alabama in the city of Talladega. Serving children and adults who are deaf, blind and multidisabled with a myriad of programs designed just for them.
The AIDB is a public school in Talladega. It was established on 1867. It is located at Talladega, AL.
Campus: AIDB provide a big Campus with a large, tree-shaded campus and buildings connected by covered walkways.
Teachers : All teachers are qualified holding state certification plus VI (visually impaired) certification at a Master’s level.
Affiliation : Boston Latin School is affiliated by Boston Public School.
- Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind provides effective, innovated, individualized education and with a wide range of health services including; audiology, nursing, low vision, psychology, physical therapy, occupational therapy and senior services.
- Students who is children who are blind or vision impaired can join AIDB and for admission process contact 1-800-532-4622.
- Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind l is continuously creating new sport facilities for boys and girls. Which are listed as follows..
Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind provide some good facilitates in the following areas this makes this this school one of the best.
- Buses available for students.
- Health Care
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