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Statutes

Occupational Therapy
Renewal Information

Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants licenses expire August 1 of each even-numbered year. DHHS, Licensure Unit, will send the license holder a renewal notice and affidavit of continuing education at least 30 days before August 1 of each even-numbered year to the license holder’s last address of record.

An Occupational Therapist can renew his/her license by submitting:

  1. A completed renewal notice;
  2. The renewal fee; and
  3. A completed affidavit of continuing education verifying 20 hours completed in the previous 24 month period.

An Occupational Therapy Assistant can renew his/her license by submitting:

  1. A completed renewal notice;
  2. The renewal fee; and
  3. A completed affidavit of continuing education verifying 15 hours completed in the previous 24 month period.

An Occupational Therapist and Occupational Therapy Assistant can place his/her license on inactive status by submitting a completed renewal notice with the Inactive Status option marked

All Occupational Therapists/Occupational Therapy Assistants licenses that are not renewed by August 1 of each even-numbered year will expire.

Inactive means that you cannot practice but may represent yourself as having an inactive license.  To change from inactive to active status you must meet renewal requirements which are in effect at the time status change is requested.

Temporary Permit Extension

An OT/OTA Temporary Permit holder who was unable to take the licensure examination may apply for an extension of his/her temporary permit. By providing documentation showing good cause, such documentation includes but is not limited to, illness, active military service, or other circumstances that prevented the applicant from taking the licensure examination.

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