Continuing Education Insight
Occupational therapy practitioners are required by the New Hampshire Office of Licensed Health Professionals to complete 24 hours of CE courses during the biennial renewal period. One hour of OT continuing education is equivalent to one clock hour, according to the rules. The license expiration for practitioners in the state is December 31st of odd numbered years. That means the CE deadline is only a couple of months away!
OTs and OTAs licensed in New Hampshire have no online or home study limitations, which means they have the option of completing their entire requirement from the comfort of their home or office computer, should they choose the online route.
This post was provided by Lindsey Tatum from Milestone Continuing Education.
Milestone Continuing Education (7487) is an AOTA Approved Provider for Occupational Therapy and Occupational Therapy Assistant online continuing competency. Look for our discount on the homepage of RehabEdge.com.
Disclaimer: New Hampshire might be known as the "Granite State," but CE Requirements are not set in stone. It is ultimately the responsibility of the practitioner to be aware of changes to their continuing education requirements. Check your state board’s website to insure you are up to date on your requirements, as they frequently change.