2016 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 12 - Professions and Occupations
Health Care
Article 40.5 - Occupational Therapy Practice Act
§ 12-40.5-104. Use of titles restricted

CO Rev Stat ยง 12-40.5-104 (2016) What's This?

(1) Only a person licensed as an occupational therapist may use the title "occupational therapist licensed", "licensed occupational therapist", "occupational therapist", or "doctor of occupational therapy" or use the abbreviation "O.T.", "O.T.D.", "O.T.R.", "O.T./L.", "O.T.D./L.", or "O.T.R./L.", or any other generally accepted terms, letters, or figures that indicate that the person is an occupational therapist.

(2) Only a person licensed as an occupational therapy assistant may use the title "occupational therapy assistant licensed" or "licensed occupational therapy assistant", use the abbreviation "O.T.A./L." or "C.O.T.A./L.", or use any other generally accepted terms, letters, or figures indicating that the person is an occupational therapy assistant.

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