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Georgia Occupational Therapy License Reinstatement

Reinstatement of an expired license is within the discretion of the Board.

A license may be reinstated by submission of the following:

  • Application for Reinstatement with appropriate fee, including references; and
  • Documentation of the completion of twenty-four (24) continuing education hours in accordance with Continuing Education Requirements obtained within the two (2) year period prior to the date of the application.
  • Verification of current license in another state, if applicable; and
  • Verification of Employment verifying last date of practice in Occupational Therapy, on the Board form, completed by the employer.

An applicant for reinstatement of a license who has not practiced within five (5) years must also submit the following:


Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. 671-3-.09

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