Occupational Therapy Licensure Board
Occupational therapists became regulated between 1983 and 1984. Occupational therapy means the evaluation of functional performance ability of persons impaired by physical illness or injury, emotional disorder, congenital or developmental disability, or the aging process, and the analysis, selection and application of occupations or goal-directed activities for the treatment or prevention of these disabilities to achieve optimum functioning. The Board is composed of seven members appointed by the Secretary, consisting of four licensed occupational therapists, two licensed occupational therapy assistants, and one public member. The Board is charged with providing expert knowledge and advice on disciplinary matters and professional performance and conduct.
Elizabeth Wittbrodt | North Riverside
Kimberly M. Langley | Harrisburg