The North Carolina Occupational Therapy Practice Act is enacted to safeguard the public health, safety and welfare, to protect the public from being harmed by unqualified persons, to assure the highest degree of professional services and conduct on the part of occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants, to provide for the establishment of licensure requirements, and to insure the availability of occupational therapy services of high quality to persons in need of such services. It is the purpose of this Article to provide for the regulation of persons offering occupational therapy services to the public.
The Board of Occupational Therapy disclaims liability for any errors or omissions. To verify any information please contact the Board.
OT Licensure Compact
The Occupational Therapy Licensure Compact allows
eligible licensed occupational therapists and occupational therapy
assistants an alternative method for providing services in other
member states. If you are interested in learning more about the OT
Compact please use the following link: