Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

We have rolled out the NEW BSPA Licensee Portal!
 
 
There are no paper renewal forms, the license can only be renewed through the online system.

Regular Licenses Expire​ January 30, 2020. For Conditional or Provisional Licenses see our application page. If your license is expired contact our office for reactivation information.

Renewal Deadline is December 31, 2019 
   
Fees for your 2020-21 License:
 
SLP and/or AUD License (biennial)
$ 210
SLPA Certification (biennial)
$   65
Delinquent Fee
$ 100
 
Late renewal applications must include a delinquent fee to be processed.  Incomplete applications require a delinquent fee payment before they can be re-processed.  A late, incomplete application will be assessed two delinquent fees. Failure to submit audit materials (if applicable) or a failed audit will result in additional fees.  
 
Professional Development*:
You must report the following number of hours of accepted or approved PD completed between January 1, 2018 and December 31, 2019.
SLPs and Audiologists – 30 hours
SLPAs – 15 hours
Dual SLP/Aud – 60 hours (15 hours may count towards both license types)
*If you were initially licensed on or after August 1, 2018, your PD requirement is half the total (15 SLPs/Auds, 7.5 SLPAs).
*If you were initially licensed on or after August 1, 2019, you do not have a PD requirement.
The Board will randomly audit a select number of license renewals for professional development. Audit submissions must be submitted prior to the renewal deadline to avoid delinquent fees. If you are selected for audit, you must submit copies of the activities claimed. If you are not audited, you must maintain your documentation for 4 years. 
Before you can renew your license, you’ll need to Activate your account. Activation is easy, and allows the Board to match your existing license information to your new Licensee Portal. You’ll only need to activate your account the first time that you login.

Instructions for Activating your Account:

1.       Go to the Licensee Portal
2.       Click “Activate Now” at the bottom of the screen.
3.       Enter your email address, SSN, and Birth Date.
Important: You’ll need to provide the email address that the Board has on file for you. If you no longer have access to this email account, or if you’re not sure what email address the Board has on file, contact Board staff by email to verify or update your address.
4.       Check your email to get your temporary password
Note: If you don’t receive an email, remember to check your spam folder!
5.       Return to the Licensee Portal login page and login with your temporary password
6.       Set a new password and security questions.
7.       You’ve activated your Licensee Portal!

What can you do in the Licensee Portal?

·       Update your contact information
·       Update your work location
·       View and pay any invoices or receipts
·       Update and track your Professional Development
·       Update supervision information
·       Print a copy of your License
·       Renew your license!

Renewing your License:

When you’ve logged into the Licensee Portal, click on “License Renewal,” then follow the steps to complete your renewal for the year!
Be prepared to update your contact information, report on your professional development, and answer questions about your personal history since your last renewal. You’ll also be redirected to the Oregon Health Authority’s Workplace Data Survey. You must complete the survey before your renewal will be considered complete.
You can pay by credit card or by check. If you choose to pay by check, you’ll need to make sure that your check is postmarked by December 31st, and you’ll need to either print your invoice to mail with the check, or write your license number on the memo line.
As the Board’s staff learns our new system, we appreciate your patience! If you have any issues or concerns as you work through the renewal process, please do not hesitate to contact us. Email is preferable to a phone call. Please be aware that we have a small staff serving a large number of Oregonians, and we’ll help you as soon as we’re able. Thanks for your patience and understanding!