ND Administrative Code
The ND Administrative Code is promulgated by the Board with subsequent approval by the Attorney General’s Office and the Administrative Rules Committee of the legislature. Once enacted, administrative code has the full force and effect of ND law.
How is Administrative Code different than the Law? Administrative Code further clarifies and defines the laws. The Board cannot provide legal advice. However, the administrative code and laws are straightforward, leaving little room for interpretation.
Code of Ethics
The Board has accepted the 2010 AOTA Code of Ethics as the Code of Ethics for the Board. The 2010 AOTA Code of Ethics is referenced in the Administrative Rules 55.5-02-02. All licensees should abide by the 2010 AOTA Code of Ethics at all times.
ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND ADMINISTRATIVE
RULES RELATING TO OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY LICENSURE RULES (55.5-02 and 55.5-03)
TAKE NOTICE that the North Dakota Board of Occupational Therapy Practice will hold a public hearing to address proposed changes to the N.D. Admin. Code at 10:00 am CST until 12:00 pm CST on November 2, 2020, held virtually via https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/899391525 or by phone +1 (571) 317-3122 and then enter access code 899-391-525. A copy of the proposed rules may be viewed by clicking here or by calling 701-250-0847. Also, written comments may be submitted to NDBOTP, PO Box 4005, Bismarck, ND 58502, until November 12, 2020. If you plan to attend the virtually public hearing and have any questions, please contact the North Dakota Board of Occupational Therapy Practice at the above telephone number or address at least 5 days prior to the public hearing.