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Staten Island Developmental Disabilities Council
Serving the Staten Island Community for Over 40 Years

  • Established in 1969, the Staten Island Developmental Disabilities Council (SIDDC) assists in the planning, promotion and development of services for individuals with developmental disabilities and their family members.  An association of self-advocates, family members, service providers, professionals and other interested individuals. The SIDDC works together in an effort to ensure the quality of life for Staten Islanders with special needs by sharing relevant information and advocacy.
  • Monthly meetings are held at the Elizabeth A. Connelly Center (930 Willowbrook Road, Bldg. 41A) and include guest speakers/special presentations to keep members informed about current issues.  In addition, each of the SIDDC standing committees provide reports, which highlight the work and advocacy efforts being conducted for the purpose of educating and better informing all interested parties on issues and trends impacting individuals with developmental disabilities.

  • The SIDDC also ensures that public and elected officials are informed on the concerns and needs of the people we represent through quarterly Legislative Information Exchange and an annual Legislative Breakfast.  A Family Resource and Transition Fair is held each year, which provides a forum for relevant information regarding available supports and services and development in the field.


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On January 29, 2016, members of the SIDDC, concerned families, advocates and individuals we serve rallied outside the legislative offices of our Representatives on Staten Island. Topics that were discussed were residential services, Early Intervention school funding and other topics pertaining to services for people with disabilities.
The Ministry for Inclusion
at Blessed Sacrament RC Church
Cordially Invites you to Our Mass
For All God's Special People
on Sunday, May 8th, 2016, 11AM

Blessed Sacrament Church
1091 Forest Avenue
(Manor Road and Forest Avenue)
Refreshments to follow in the Parish Center Meeting Room
Partner Health Plans spoke at our last General Council Meeting regarding FIDA. Their powerpoint presentation to the Council can be found here.
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