The Board is responsible for protecting the health, safety and welfare of individuals who receive Occupational Therapy services in Oregon. The ROLE of the Oregon OT Licensing Board is to: (1) Investigate complaints and take appropriate action; (2) Make and enforce laws and rules regarding OT practice; (3) Establish continuing education requirements; (4) Process applications and issue license and renewals; (5) Collect fees and authorize disbursements of funds. The MISSION of the Board is to protect the public by supervising Occupational Therapy practice.
The Occupational Therapy Licensing Board has a new Oregon Ethics/Law exam. All applicants starting in January 2014 will have to pass the exam as part of their application process. See more information under Applications.
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