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Licensure - This is the basic information related to state licensure boards, processing times, fees, etc.
Verification - Most states allow you to access and verify state licenses online. Most employers require verification of licenses of their rehabilitation professionals.
Continuing Education Units - These pages have information related to maintaining licensure for allied health professionals. Each state has different requirements.
Foreign Trained- Each state has different requirements for foreign trained professionals. See the differences.
Universities - Look for schools and universities accredited by the American Occupational Therapy Association, American Physical Therapy Association, and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association located in your state or get information to contact your alma matter.
Associations- Find contact information and costs for each state association for each profession.
Jobs - Find employment figures from the Department of Labor and employment opportunities in Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Speech-Language Pathology.
Senate/Congress - Sometimes there is a call to action. Find information to contact your senator or congressman.
Employers - Links and resources specific to employers and human resource professionals.
Board Ratings- See how professionals rate the state boards in multiple categories, or rate the boards from your experiences.