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Washington Occupational Therapy Identification and Notification
Display of License
The secretary shall issue a license to a person who meets the licensing requirements upon payment of the prescribed license fee. The license shall be posted in a conspicuous location at the person's work site.
Notice of Information Changes
It is the responsibility of each practitioner to maintain his or her correct name on file with the department. Requests for name changes must be submitted in writing along with acceptable documentation. Acceptable documentation includes a copy of a marriage certificate, divorce decree or court order of legal name change.
It is the responsibility of each practitioner to maintain his or her current address on file with the department. Requests for address changes may be made either by telephone or in writing. The mailing address on file with the department will be used for mailing of all official matters to the practitioner.