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Laws and Rulemaking

Oregon Laws Governing the Practice of Occupational Therapy 

Oregon Revised Statutes 675.210 to 675.340

Oregon Administrative Rules Chapter 339

Proposed Rulemaking

5/14/2024:  Amendment of 339-010-0005 (6)(c)(L) under definitions in regards to feeding and eating:

339-010-0005   Definitions

(6)(c)(L) Management of feeding and eating to enable swallowing performance;

(6)(c)(L) Management of feeding, eating, and swallowing to enable eating and feeding performance.

(Per the 2022 AOTA Practice Act)

Notice - 339-010-0005 Definitions 5.14.24.pdf

Comments due to the board by 6/24/2024 @ Noon.

Recent Administrative Rulemaking

Effective 11/1/2023:

1) Amendment of 339-010-0040(9) & (10)  Limited Permit - Designates official abbreviations to be used by an OT of OTA when working under a limited permit.   

2) Amendment of 339-010-0020(5)(i)  Unprofessional Conduct - applies to person claiming to be an occupational therapy practitioner when they do not hold a current license or limited permit.  

3) Amendment of 339-020-0080(1) CE Certification - Updates the CE Certification rule to include the required OHA pain management course as stated in 339-020-0015(1).