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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 80. Board for Hearing Aid Specialists and Opticians

Chapter 20. Hearing Aid Specialists RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Explanation of terms
Section 30
Basic qualifications for licensure
Section 40
Temporary permit
Section 50
Qualifications for licensure by reciprocity
Section 60
Section 70
Section 80
Section 90
License renewal required
Section 100
Procedures for renewal
Section 110
Fees for renewal
Section 120
Board discretion to deny renewal
Section 130
Qualifications for renewal
Section 140
Reinstatement required
Section 150
Board discretion to deny reinstatement
Section 160
Status of license during the period prior to reinstatement
Section 170
Section 180
Maintenance of licenses
Section 190
Business records and practice
Section 200
Documentation provided to each purchaser
Section 210
Measures to take when first contact is established with any purchaser or prospective purchaser
Section 220
Purchase agreement
Section 230
Fitting or sale of hearing aids for children
Section 240
Physician statement regarding adult client's medical evaluation of hearing loss
Section 250
Testing procedures
Section 260
Calibration statement required
Section 270
Grounds for discipline
Section 280
FORMS (18VAC80-20)

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