Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind

Street address: 

205 E. South St.
Talladega, AL 35160

Open M–F 8–5.

P.O. Box 698
Talladega, AL 35161


Country’s most comprehensive education and rehabilitation program for deaf and blind children and adults. Campus buildings notably restored include Manning Hall (1850), Jemison House (1898) and Grace Hall (1878).


Mobility Impaired (ramps, elevators, automatic doors, toilet access from front of wheelchair, toilet access from side of wheelchair, support bars for toilets, wheelchair-level restroom sinks, wheelchair-level water fountains, designated parking spaces)
Visually Impaired (Braille signs, enlarged text signs)
Hearing Impaired (TDD/TTY phones at front desk, closed-caption TV's, amplified telephone headsets, captioned video/film presentations, interpreters with advance notice)

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