The mission of the Minnesota Board of Occupational Therapy Practice is to:
Protect the public through effective licensure and enforcement of the statutes and rules governing the practice of occupational therapy to ensure a standard of competent and ethical practice.
The Board may deny an application for licensure, may approve licensure with conditions, or may discipline a licensee using disciplinary actions outlined in Minnesota Statute.
The Board must initiate an investigation upon receiving a complaint or other oral or written communication that alleges or implies that a person has violated statute regulating the practice of occupational therapy in Minnesota. The Board will follow procedures outlined in Minnesota Statute §214.10.
If the Board finds that an occupational therapy practitioner should be disciplined, they may be disciplined according to Minnesota Statute §148.6448 subd. 3.
To assist you with your complaint, visit the complaint filing page for additional information.