The purpose of the Kentucky Board of Licensure for Occupational Therapy (KBLOT) is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of occupational therapy. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality. The board conducts formal hearings when necessary and prosecutes by due process any violators of KRS 319A.
Do you need to find a licensed person with the Kentucky Board of Licensure for Occupational Therapy?
You can now search the Active License Directory located here that will allow you to search for a licensed individual by Board, License Type, Region and/or County.
*Please note: Licensees have the option to publicize information or leave it unavailable. The Department for Professional Licensing believes this information will be useful and serve public protection.
Important message regarding your 2018 renewal:
The Department for Professional Licensing suggests completing your renewal at least two weeks before the expiration date.
Below is useful information regarding your renewal process -
1) OP ID number: On your email/letter renewal notice, you will find your OP ID number for login. This is a six-digit number that identifies you in our system.
2) If you have forgotten your User Name or Password: click the Forgot Password link on the eServices log in screen - you will need your OP ID number that was provided in your email/letter renewal notice - once you enter this six digit number you will be prompted to answer your security question to access your account.
3) Renewal Date is not your expiration date explained: Your Expiration date is the last date you may practice and bill for services and it is shown to the public and employers at online verification. If your employer is telling you that you cannot practice beyond your renewal date, that is an employer and employee issue. Medicaid has agreed and is using the online verification expiration date for their billing. The expiration date represents the end of the grace period found in your Board’s licensure regulations allowing for board imposed late fees or penalties, but you maintain the ability to practice until the shown expiration date.