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Illinois Occupational Therapy License Exemptions
Exemption for short term practice
Any person performing occupational therapy services in the State, if such a person is not a resident of this State and is not licensed under this Act, and if such services are performed for no more than sixty (60) days a calendar year in association with an occupational therapist licensed under this Act and if such person meets the qualifications for license under this Act and:
Working for the Federal Government
Any person employed as an occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant by the Government of the United States, if such person provides occupational therapy solely under the direction or control of the organization by which he or she is employed
225 ILCS 75/3