The Guam Developmental Disabilities Council is seeking public comments on its FY 2012-2016 State Plan draft. The
mission of the Guam Developmental Disabilities Council (the Council) is to advocate for the inclusion of individuals
with developmental disabilities in all facets of community life. This helps promote self-determination, independence,
productivity, and integration in all facets of community life, through culturally competent programs.
The Council receives funding to carry out its mission from the Department of Health & Human Services, Administration
for Developmental Disabilities under the provisions of the Developmental Disabilities Assistance & Bill of Rights Act of
2000 (PL 106-402). The purpose of the Act is to make sure people with developmental disabilities and their families
take part in the design of and have access to needed community services, supports and other forms of assistance.
Your comments are important to the work of the Council. Please submit comments by August 10, 2011 using one of
the following options:
Visit, mail or email comments to:
Guam Developmental Disabilities Council
130 University Drive, Suite 17 Castle Mall
Mangilao, Guam 96913
If you need help to submit comments or if you want a hard copy of the Draft State Plan mailed to you, contact
Marie Tedtaotao-Libria at (671) 735-9127/8, email email@example.com or visit our website at www.gddc.guam.gov.