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Applications - Speech-Language Pathologist

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You MAY NOT report to work in an SLP position without a valid license. This includes training, orientation, job preparation, etc. To do so constitutes unlicensed practice under ORS 681.250 and is subject to disciplinary action by the Board. It is an applicant’s responsibility to follow-up on any application for licensure.
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Initial Speech-Language Pathologist Application

Rules regarding licensure requirements of speech-language pathologists are under OAR Chapter 335 Division 60

 

Conditional Speech-Language Pathologist Application

(This is the license needed while completing your clinical fellowship)

Clinical Fellowship Site or Supervisor Change Form

(Use to update any changes to your CFY site or supervisor)

Conditional Speech-Language Pathologists Renewal / Upgrade

(Use to upgrade to a regular SLP license after completing a clinical fellowship)

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Application - Audiologist

***NOTE***
You MAY NOT report to work in an Audiologist position without a valid license. This includes training, orientation, job preparation, etc. To do so constitutes unlicensed practice under ORS 681.250 and is subject to disciplinary action by the Board. It is an applicant’s responsibility to follow-up on any application for licensure.
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Licensure requirements for audiologists are found under OAR Chapter 335 Division 60
 
 
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Application - Speech-Language Pathology Assistant

***NOTE***
You MAY NOT report to work in an SLPA position without a valid license. This includes training, orientation, job preparation, etc. To do so constitutes unlicensed practice under ORS 681.250 and is subject to disciplinary action by the Board. It is an applicant’s responsibility to follow-up on any application for licensure.
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Rules regarding licensure and supervision requirements of speech-language pathology assistants are found in OAR Chapter 335 Division 95

 

Provisional Speech-Language Pathology Assistant Application

 For prospective SLPAs who need to complete their SLPA clinical fieldwork outside of an academic practicum.

Rules regarding licensure and supervision requirement of provisional speech-language pathology assistants are found in OAR Chapter 335 Division 85 & Division 95

 

Upgrade to Regular Speech-Language Pathology Assistant Application

For Provisional SLPAs who have completed their SLPA clinical fieldwork outside of an academic program and who are ready to upgrade to a full SLPA certificate.

 

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Requesting to Inactivate Your License

Please carefully read the information regarding the decision to inactivate your license. The requirements to reactivate are different depending on being inactive or expired, and the length your license is inactive or expired.

Inactive License Information and Request Form

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Licensee List Request

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Speech-Language Pathology Assistant Supervision

 

SLPA Supervision Change Notice

Supervision Change Notices must be submitted within 30 days of the change to avoid a late fee

 
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Address Change Form, Name Change Form, Verification of Oregon License

 

Address Change

- You can change your address here and it will be electronically submitted. Changes in contact information must be submitted within 30 days of the change.

Name Change

- You may submit this form by mail, fax, or email attachment. Attach relevant legal document showing the change.

Request to Verify your Oregon SLP/AUD/SLPA License

- To have verification of your Oregon license sent to another jurisdiction, either mail/fax the jurisdictions verification request form to our office, or email our office with the name and address of the jurisdiction you would like verification to be sent to. 

Verification of License Issued in Another State or Another Agency

- To request to have verification of a license issued by another state agency (Licensing Agency, Educational Agency, or TSPC) sent to the Oregon Board of Examiners.

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