Welcome to NAHO
The National Association of Hearing Officials, Inc., is a professional nonprofit organization formed in 1987 comprised of individuals involved in the process of administrative adjudication. The twelve-member Board of Directors is elected by NAHO's membership and represents all sections of the country and a variety of administrative jurisdictions.
~offering instruction on sound administrative adjudication practices and procedures;
~providing year-round continuing legal and adjudicative education;
~affording a national forum for discussion of important issues; and
~furnishing leadership concerning the administrative hearing process.
NAHO does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, political affiliation, gender, gender expression, age, national origin/ethnicity, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities or operations. NAHO's membership reflects racial, ethnic, and gender diversity.
NAHO Annual Conference
SAVE THE DATE FOR THE
NAHO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE
SEPTEMBER 12-15, 2021, IN PHILADELPHIA
THERE'S NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME TO JOIN NAHO!
Special Membership Deal
If you join NAHO or renew your membership now, your membership will be effective through December 31, 2021. In addition, NAHO is waiving the $10 late fee for those whose membership has lapsed that wish to renew. As always, there are additional discounts for 5 or more adjudicators from the same agency joining at the same time. For more information about joining or renewing your membership, go to https://www.naho.org/page-18112
You may also contact our Membership Chair, Marilyn Slifman, at Marilyn.Slifman@NAHO.org
Medicaid Disability Adjudication
Thursday, October 22
10:00am Pacific 11:00 a.m. Mountain 12 noon Central 1:00 p.m. Eastern
The class is FREE of charge to NAHO members.
Persons 65 or older or the primary caretaker of minor children may be able to receive Medicaid without proving they are disabled if they have limited income. Those under 65 that do not have minor children living with them must prove they are disabled to qualify for Medicaid, in addition to income limitations. But there are other requirements that someone petitioning for Medicaid benefits must meet. This session will provide an in-depth explanation of Medicaid requirements, types of evidence that will satisfy those requirements, the process for Medicaid hearings, and the regulations that form the bases for both.
Colleen T. Q. Clark, Hearing Officer
South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Members: Register Here
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