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3 kinds of people occupational therapists work with
While you may be thinking about a career in occupational therapy, you may not have conside...
More physical therapists are implementing EMRs
For many physical therapists, electronic health records may not be required by law, but th...
Texas' TIRR Memorial Hermann to participate in stroke study
TIRR Memorial Hermann will be the only hospital in the state of Texas to participate in a ...
The 4 best occupational therapy graduate programs
Occupational therapy is currently listed at number nine on U.S. News and World Report'...
Kids with ADS learn to swim safe with Sensory Supported Swimming
The University of Kansas Department of Occupational Therapy Education, through a grant, ha...
 

Therapy Licensure Boards

In order to open the widest range of job opportunities for our travelers, Reflectx encourages our rehab therapy candidates and staff to obtain and maintain multiple state licenses. As you make your plans as a traveler with Reflectx, it helps to get started obtaining your new license so you are ready to start work on the first day you are available. Remember, Reflectx may reimburse your licensure board costs when you use your new license on an assignment with us. Ask us for details.
 
We have also included every state's therapy licensure board information for our the convenience of our permanent placement and prn / per diem candidates. Should you be relocating soon or just planning ahead for a future move,

Use the links below to find the correct licensing authority for your discipline.
Some states do not require a license. We have indicated them where applicable.

Licensure is usually granted on the basis of education and examination but may be revoked by the state board or licensing body due to performance or legal sanctions. It is usually permanent, but a periodic fee, demonstration of competence, or continuing education may be required. You should contact the state's licensing body for more information. Licensure may be revoked by the granting agency for incompetence, criminal acts, or other reasons stipulated in the rules governing the specific area of licensure.

 
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