(1) An applicant for licensure as an occupational therapist or as an occupational
therapy assistant shall file a written application on a form provided by the board,
showing to the satisfaction of the board that the person:
(a) Is of good moral character; and
(b) Has successfully completed the academic requirements of an educational program
in occupational therapy or for occupational therapy assistants accredited by the American
Occupational Therapy Association's Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy
Education or its equivalent.
(2) An applicant shall submit to the board evidence of successful completion of a
period of supervised fieldwork experience arranged by the recognized educational institution
where the applicant met the academic requirements. To be considered for licensure, the following minimum amount of supervised fieldwork
experience shall have been completed:
(a) The equivalent of twenty-four (24) weeks for an occupational therapist; and
(b) The equivalent of sixteen (16) weeks for an occupational therapy assistant.
(3) An applicant for licensure as an occupational therapist or as an occupational
therapy assistant shall pass an examination as provided for in KRS 319A.120.
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