Unless you meet the listed exceptions, you must be licensed to practice as an audiologist, hearing aid dispenser, speech-language pathologist or speech-language pathology assistant in Maryland.
Please Note: An audiologist, hearing aid dispenser, speech-language pathologist or speech-language pathology assistant is required to have a Limited License from the Board in order to practice under supervision. In order to obtain a Limited License, an applicant should first obtain a position with a licensee who will serve as the supervisor of the applicant for the limited license. Both the applicant and the supervisor need to complete the forms required for a Limited License.
The Board does not issue Temporary Licenses
Licensure is not required for:
Any individual whose license has been in a non-renewed status for less than five years may reinstate their license. The individual must call the Board for the proper forms and other documentation and information regarding proof of continuing education. The reinstatement process cannot be completed on-line.
Any indivdiual whose license has been in a non-renewed status for more than five years must reapply for licensure and meet all current requirments for licensure. The individual must submit the complete application form and all required documentation and fees. The reapplication process cannot be completed on-line.
Pursuant to Education Article 6-112.1 states that "Each audiologist and speech-language pathologist who meets the requirements of subsection (b) of this section shall receive from the county board an amount equal to the initial licensing fee or renewal of license fee charged by the Board." This law requires a county public school system to reimburse initial license fees and renewal fees paid to the Board of Examiners if the audiologist or speech-language pathologist conducts third-party billing in the county public school system. Licensees that meet the requirement of the foregoing should consult with their employer for more information on the reimbursement of application and license fees.
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