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Announcements

Telepractice Platforms

March 19, 2020

In recognition of the COVID-19 crisis and the potential unavailability of the most secure platform, licensees may follow HHS guidelines if more secure platforms cannot reasonably be accessed AND if the licensee notifies and receives verbal consent from the patient or caretaker that the use of the platform may not be HIPAA compliant. The Board will […]

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Emergency Board Meeting and Proposed Temporary Rule

March 18, 2020

Pursuant to Executive Order 116 issued by Governor Roy Cooper and in the interest of the protection of the citizens of North Carolina and their continued access to care, The Board is actively in the process of creating an emergency temporary rule allowing SLP-Assistants to provide services via telepractice during this declared state of emergency. The same […]

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Telepractice

March 18, 2020

Current NC Licensees do NOT need to notify the Board that they are using telepractice and there is no special certification for your license required. Licensees do need to understand the platform they are using.

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March Board Meeting

March 13, 2020

Due to COVID-19 the March Board meeting will be held virtually. For those who would like to attend the Open portion of the Board meeting please contact the Board office for information how to attend.

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Notice to All Licensees

February 7, 2020

As of February 1, 2020 – all license renewal requests that have exceeded the 30-day grace period and have a renewal history with 2 or more delinquencies within the past 5 years will be subject to review by the Board before they will be reinstated. Additionally, a written statement as to whether or not you […]

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Board Tribute to Mariana Newton, Ph.D.

December 19, 2019

The North Carolina Board of Examiners for Speech Language Pathology and Audiology would like to express their deepest condolences to family and close friends of Mariana Newton, Ph.D. Mariana was instrumental in paving the way for licensure in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology in North Carolina, as well as long time Professor at the University […]

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Tribute to Mariana Newton, PhD.

December 19, 2019

Mariana Newton, Ph.D., was instrumental in creating the licensure statute for audiologists and speech-language pathologists, which was enacted by the N.C. General Assembly in 1975.  She was the first chairperson for the N.C. Board of Examiners for Speech and Language Pathologists and Audiologists and for the first few years after licensing began, she and Karen maintained […]

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Update for the Audiology Speech-Language Pathology-Interstate Compact

December 2, 2019

http://aslpcompact.com/

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NCBOESLPA Launches New Website!

December 1, 2019

Take a look around. We hope you will find this new site easier to navigate and find what you need.

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Simulated patient hours will now be accepted toward meeting the 20 hour minimum requirements for temporary licensure

January 25, 2019

Per the Board meeting held 1/25/2019, The Board established that moving forward simulated patient hours will be accepted toward meeting the 20 hour minimum requirements for temporary licensure. The maximum number of allowable simulated case hours remains 75. Clinical simulation hours may include use of simulation technologies and standardized patients. Simulation technologies include virtual patients, […]

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