A. Except as provided in § 32-4301, a license issued under this chapter 1 is subject to renewal every two years and expires unless renewed. The board may reinstate an expired license if the licensee:
1. Complies with board rules for renewal of licenses.
2. Is not in violation of this chapter or board rules or orders.
3. Pays the fees prescribed pursuant to § 32-3427.
B. A licensee may request and the board may grant inactive status to a licensee who
ceases to practice as an occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant.
C. The board may establish by rule additional requirements for license renewal to require
the successful completion of a prescribed number of hours of continuing education
as a condition of licensure renewal.
D. A licensee must report to the board in writing a name change and any change in business
or home address within thirty days after the change.
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