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The New York State Developmental Disabilities Planning Council is a federally funded state agency working under the direction of Governor George E. Pataki.

The DDPC is responsible for developing new ways to improve the delivery of services and supports to New Yorkers with developmental disabilities and their families. The Council focuses on community involvement, employment, recreation and housing issues faced by New Yorkers with developmental disabilities and their families.

The DDPC affects positive systems change through grant programs that fund such activities as:

Demonstration programs
Training for families and staff
Outreach to unserved / underserved populations
Support to communities
Interagency collaboration and coordination
Systems design and redesign

To a large extent, DDPC programs are developed in direct response to the concerns and ideas voiced by consumers, families, service providers, policy-makers and other professionals.