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Rhode Island Occupational Therapy Practice Issues

Members have full access to the guidance below and can contact us with questions regarding any Rhode Island occupational therapy compliance issue.  Please consider joining today if you need assistance.

Scope of Practice

    • How is occupational therapy defined in Rhode Island?
    • What is included in the practice of occupational therapy?
    • What is specifically excluded from the practice?
    • Are there any special trainings or requirements?


Referrals and Direct Access

    • Is a referral required to provide occupational therapy services?
    • Exceptions to the referral requirement?
    • Which providers can issue the referral?
    • When does a OT have to refer a patient to a physician?


    • What must be included in the patient record?
    • What are the OT’s documentation responsibilities?


    • Can I use “Dr” in my title?
    • Required designation for OTs in a clinical setting
    • Are there any specific requirements for posting notifications or licenses?
    • When does a OT have to notify the board of any information changes?

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