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California Occupational Therapy Application for Approval
California Occupational Therapy Forms
In order to provide any of the advanced practice services an occupational therapist shall apply to the Board and receive approval in that advanced practice area.
To apply for approval, an occupational therapist shall submit to the Board an application along with the required documentation.
The documentation must include the following:
An advanced practice application not completed within six (6) months of receipt or notification of deficiency, whichever is later, shall be deemed abandoned.
An application submitted subsequent to the abandonment of a previous application shall be treated as a new application.
Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 2570.2
Cal. Code Regs., tit. 16 § 4155