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36-1907 - Practicing without a license; prohibition
36-1907. Practicing without a license; prohibition
A. A person shall not engage in the practice of fitting and dispensing hearing aids, audiology or speech-language pathology or display a sign or in any other way advertise or claim to be a hearing aid dispenser, an audiologist or a speech-language pathologist unless the person holds an active license in good standing issued by the director as provided in this chapter.
B. A person shall not engage in performing the duties of a speech-language pathology assistant or claim to be a speech-language pathology assistant unless the person holds an active license in good standing issued by the director as provided by this chapter.
C. A licensee shall conspicuously post a license issued pursuant to this chapter in the licensee’s office or place of business.