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Board of Long-Term Care Administration

Description of the Board:

  • The Board shall regulate the practice of nursing home administration, the practice of assisted living administration, and the practice of home health care administration.

Board Membership:

  • The board consists of 7 members, including: 2 nursing home administrators 1 assisted living administrator 1 educator from an institution of higher learning engaged in teaching health care administration 1 allied health professional who has a demonstrated interest in long-term care 1 health professional who has experience in long-term care 1 consumer member.

Interagency Coordinating Council

Description of the Board:

  • The DC ICC’s purpose is to advise and assist the Mayor and the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) in its role as the lead agency in the development and implementation of a District-wide, comprehensive, coordinated, multidisciplinary, interagency system to provide early intervention services for infants and toddlers with developmental delays and disabilities.

Board Membership:

  • The DC ICC must be appointed by the Mayor and shall consist of no more than 21 members. All members must reflect the representation identified in IDEA 34 C.P.R 303.601 and to the degree possible should be representative of the population of the District. At least 20 percent of the members must be parents of infants or toddlers with disabilities or children with disabilities aged 12 or younger, with the knowledge of or experience with programs for infants and toddlers with disabilities, and not less than 1 such member shall be a parents of an infant or toddler with a disabilities aged six or younger. At least 20 percent of the members shall be public or private providers of early intervention services.

Commission for Latino Community Development

Description of the board:

  • The Commission on Latino Community Development shall advise the Mayor, the Director of the Office on Latino Affairs, the Council, and the public concerning the views and needs of the Latino community in the District of Columbia.

Board Membership

  • The commission shall consist of 15 public members.

Commission on Human Rights

Description of the board:

  • The Commission on Human Rights is an agency within the Office of Human Rights that adjudicates private sector discrimination complaints brought under the D.C. Human Rights Act. Although the Commission is within OHR, the Commission acts independent of OHR in order to adjudicate cases in an impartial manner.

Board Membership

  • The commission members shall be residents of the District of Columbia who have a demonstrated background or interests in human rights.

Office of Employee Appeals

Description of the board:

  • The Office of Employee Appeals shall: (A) Establish and maintain systems for the timely processing, recording, and control of cases; (B) Maintain a database system to record and provide information on the status and disposition of cases; (C) Prepare and certify official records; (D) Publish final decisions of the Office; (E) Provide initial responses to Freedom of Information Act requests; (F) Manage a formal system for the organization, maintenance, and disposition of Office records; (G) Formulate and implement programs and policies that provide research assistance to the Office and the public; and (H) Maintain an updated index of cases, to include among other things subject matter and outcome, to provide research assistance to the Office and the public.

Board Membership

  • Members of the Office shall have demonstrated knowledge concerning personnel management or labor relations, and a reputation for impartiality and integrity in the discharge of their responsibilities.