<See Executive Orders D38-20 (2020 CO EO D38-20), D63-20 (2020 CO EO D63-20), D97-20 (2020 CO EO D97-20), D131-20 (2020 CO EO D131-20), D158-20 (2020 CO EO D158-20), D182-20 (2020 CO EO D182-20), D212-20 (2020 CO EO D212-20), D240-20 (2020 CO EO D240-20), D271-20 (2020 CO EO D271-20), D02-21 (2021 CO EO 21-002), D08-21 (2021 CO EO 21-008), D36-21 (2021 CO EO 21-036), D57-21 (2021 CO EO 21-057), D80-21 (2021 CO EO 21-080), D96-21 (2021 CO EO 21-096), D109-21 (2021 CO EO 21-109), D119-21 (2021 CO EO 21-119), D122-21 (2021 CO EO 21-122), D132-21 (2021 CO EO 21-132), D136-21 (2021 CO EO 21-136), D139-21 (2021 CO EO 21-139), and D141-21 (2021 CO EO 21-141) related to COVID-19 temporarily suspending certain statutory and regulatory
scope of practice limitations to permit certain licensed professionals to cross train,
supervise, and delegate responsibilities concerning the temporary care and treatment
of patients to certain professionals including C.R.S.A.§§ 12-305-104(4) and 12-305-111 (limiting the practice of speech-language pathologists).>
Nothing in this article 305 authorizes a speech-language pathologist to engage in
the practice of medicine, as defined in section 12-240-107; dentistry, as defined in sections 12-220-104(6) and 12-220-305; or any other profession for which licensure, certification, or registration is
required by this article 305.
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