Occupational Therapy Licensing Board

Self-Reporting by Licensees
Licensees are required to notify the Board within 10 working days of a conviction of a misdemeanor, or an arrest for or conviction of a felony.
 
339-010-0020  Unprofessional Conduct
 
(5) Unprofessional conduct relating to federal or state law or rules:
(d) Conviction of a crime or engaging in any act which the Board determines substantially relates to the practice of occupational therapy or indicates an inability to safely and proficiently engage in the practice of occupational therapy; or failing to notify the Board within 10 working days of a conviction of a misdemeanor, or an arrest for or conviction of a felony;
 
Applicants for licensure and renewal answer history questions about any arrests, complaints or conditionals affecting their practice.​