- ON-LINE APPLICATIONS
- ON-LINE RENEWAL
- BOARD INFORMATION
- LICENSE INFORMATION
1) 2019 Renewal Season Opens November 1.
2) Your password expires every 90 days so remember you will need to reset it.
3) We no longer mail out licensure cards after renewal. You will receive an email to log back into your account to print your card after the Board has approved your Renewal and you are cleared by the Tax Commission.
4) This Renewal year it will ask if you have completed your 2017-2018 Continuing Education Hours. You do not need to mail in proof of these hours unless you are picked to be audited or pay late.
5) Do not forget that you are required to have 3 hours of professional ethics as part of your Continuing Education Hours.
The Board is now issuing license numbers to Clinical Fellows. If you are a Clinical Fellow you will be receiving a new card in the mail with the number that has been assigned to you. e.g. CF1234
The Board emailed the following letter to Senators and Congressmen in regards to S.670/H.R. 1652, the Over-the-Counter Hearing Aid (OTC) Act of 2017. Click here to view letter.
The Oklahoma Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology is the only agency in the state regulating health care services in the area of communicative disorders of the speech, language and hearing mechanisms. The mission of the Oklahoma Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology is to regulate the practices of speech-language pathology and audiology in order to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public and to support practitioners in their professional endeavors.
The ability to communicate effectively is inseparable from the ability to succeed in educational, vocational and social endeavors. As the sole agency in the state of Oklahoma concerned with the regulation of health care services in the areas of communication disorders of the speech, language and hearing mechanisms, the Oklahoma Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology is committed to ensuring that Oklahomans have access to competent, comprehensive and ethical care. The Board desires to partner with practitioners, the Oklahoma Speech-Language-Hearing Association, other interested agencies and the public in this endeavor. Furthermore, this agency seeks to provide efficient and courteous service to both licensees and the public on an ongoing basis.