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36-37-5Activities not restricted by chapter.

Nothing in this chapter may be construed as preventing or restricting:

(1)    Any person licensed, certified, registered, or otherwise credentialed by this state in professions other than speech-language pathology from practicing that profession;

(2)    Any person certified as a teacher of the deaf;

(3)    The activities and services of any person pursuing a course of study leading to a degree in speech-language pathology or as a speech-language pathology assistant at a college or university if:

(a)    The activities and services constitute a part of a planned course of study at that institution;

(b)    The person is designated by a title such as intern, trainee, student, or by other such title clearly indicating the status appropriate to their level of education; and

(c)    The person works under the supervision of a person licensed by this state to practice speech-language pathology;

(4)    The activities of any person who is not licensed in this state from engaging in the practice of speech-language pathology for the purpose of providing training or continuous education as long as they hold an active license in another state, agree to abide by the standards of professional conduct and do not engage in such activities exceeding five days in any calendar year.

Source: SL 2012, ch 196, § 5.


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