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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 30. Board of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology

Chapter 21. Regulations Governing Audiology and Speech-Language PathologyRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Required licenses; posting of licenses
Section 30
Records; accuracy of information
Section 40
Fees required
Section 50
Application requirements
Section 60
Qualifications for initial licensure
Section 70
Provisional licensure
Section 80
Qualifications for licensure by endorsement
Section 90
Renewal requirements
Section 100
Continuing education requirements for renewal of an active license
Section 110
Inactive licensure; reactivation for audiologists, speech-language pathologists, or school speech-language pathologists
Section 120
Reinstatement of a lapsed license for audiologists, speech-language pathologists, or school speech-language pathologists
Section 130
Section 131
Performance of flexible endoscopic evaluation of swallowing
Section 140
Supervisory responsibilities; supervision of unlicensed assistants
Section 145
Limited cerumen management
Section 150
Prohibited conduct
Section 160
Unprofessional conduct
Section 170
Criteria for delegation to an agency subordinate
FORMS (18VAC30-21)

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