PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS JUST AN OVERVIEW: SEE THE FULL ACT AND RULES FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND REGULATIONS.
You must hold a current, unexpired Texas license to practice occupational therapy in any way (including consulting) or to represent yourself as an occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant.
The restoration process is a method for former licensees whose Texas license has been expired one year or more to return to licensure. There are three restoration categories.
Refer to §370.3 for further information regarding these categories and regulations regarding restoration.
The Restoration of an OT/OTA License Form may be accessed from the following link: OT Forms.