We are advocates for the rights of children with disabilities and the parents who care for them. We support the mission of the Guam Interagency Coordinating Council (GICC), which is a federally mandated statewide interagency group that advises and assists agencies providing early intervention services to young children birth to 5 years old, with or at risk for disabilities and their families. GICC further advises and assists the lead agency in the development and implementation of policies constituting the island-wide system of coordinated services, participating public and private agencies who are involved with early intervention services for children, birth through five years old and their families.
Friday, January 30, 2015
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
WOW! Another Training opportunity JUST FOR YOU!! Please take advantage of this great opportunity with our qualified service providers.
Parent Training - Sign Language
Date: January 22 (Thursday)
Place: Chief Brodie Elem. School, SPED Training Rm. 2
** Series of Topics/Themes provided by Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher and staff. Each month is different theme of common words/phrases used everyday **
For special accommodations or to register by phone, call DOE SPED Parent Service Office at 300-1322; or E-mail the Division of Special Education at email@example.com.
GAS CARDS WILL BE PROVIDED FOR PARENTS!
Friday, January 2, 2015
Happy New Year from around the Pacific! May the year 2015 bring you many blessings filled with much love, joy, peace, and happiness!
HAPPY NEW YEAR! - English
Biba Añu Nuebu! – Chamorro
Feliz Año Nuevo! – Spanish
Engan ke ya sasu! - Kosraean
Gung Hay Fat Choy – Chinese
Ungil Beches Er Rak! – Palauan
Selsalan Ebéach e duw! – Yapese
Peren En Parakapw! – Pohnpeian
Hauoli Makahiki Hou – Hawaiian
Pwapwan Ei Ier Mi Fo – Chuukese
Sehe Bokmanee Bateuseyo! – Korean
Maligayang Bagong Taon – Tagalog
Cung-Chuc Tan-Xuan! – Vietnamese
Jeramman ilo iio in ekaal! – Marshallese
Akemashite Omedetou Gozaimasu – Japanese
Ameseighil ubwutiiwel Layúi Luugh me raagh féé! – Carolinian
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