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Illinois Occupational Therapy

Welcome to our Illinois Occupational Therapy FAQs.  We’ve combined Illinois statutes, board rules, and position statements to create a clear guide on the rules that must be followed by OTs and OTAs.

Illinois Medicaid Coverage of Physical and Occupational Therapy 

Illinois Occupational Therapy Forum

Continuing Education

    • How many continuing education hours are required during a reporting period?
    • How is credit hour defined?
    • How long is the reporting period?
    • What kind of activities can be taken for CE credit?
    • What type of approval is needed for the courses?
    • What are the reporting requirements?
    • Is there a way to waive CE requirements?

Scope of Practice


Orders and Referrals




License Exemptions

Licensure by Endorsement 

Inactive Status

Professional Conduct

Unprofessional Conduct 

Board Fees

Illinois Medicaid and Workers Comp Fee Schedules 


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