On May 10, Gov. Brian Kemp signed House Bill 268 into law, providing for Georgia’s adoption of the Occupational Therapy Licensure Compact.
The OT Compact facilitates interstate practice for licensed occupational therapists and OT assistants while enhancing public protection through a shared interstate licensure data system.
With Gov. Kemp’s signature, Georgia becomes the fourth state to join the OT Compact. The Compact will become active when enacted by ten states.