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New Jersey Occupational Therapy 

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

New Jersey Medicaid Coverage of PT and OT

Scope of Practice

Use of Modalities 

Supervision and Delegation


Patient Records

Billing and Fees

Identification and Notification

Temporary Permits

Short-Term Practice

Inactive Status

Board Fees

New Jersey Medicaid Fee Schedules

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