Speech/Language Pathology, Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispenser licenses expire on July 31 of odd years (e.g., 2017, 2019).
Several weeks before the permit expiration date, a renewal notice will be sent to the email address on the record. This notice will explain how to access the online renewal application. To complete the online renewal application, you must use a credit card to pay your renewal fee.
Please keep your contact information in our records up-to-date so that notices we send will reach you. To check and update your contact information online, click Change Contact Information.
To renew an active license, you must attest to completing the required continuing education (CE). Section 8.0 of the Board’s Rules and Regulations explains the CE requirements.
Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispenser licensees will also be asked about equipment calibration. Section 7.0 of the Rules and Regulations explains the calibration requirement.
Following the renewal, a percentage of licensees will be randomly selected for audit of their CE. The equipment calibration records of the selected Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispenser licensees will also be audited.
If you do not renew your license before the expiration date, your license will expire. It is illegal to practice while your license is expired.
To resume practicing in Delaware, you may file a late renewal application for a period of one year after the expiration date. You must pay a late fee in addition to the renewal fee.
If you fail to renew the license by the end of the one-year period, the license will terminate. To resume practicing in Delaware after the license terminates, you must reapply for licensure.
You may file a request with the Board to place your license in inactive status for up to five years (Section 4.2). You cannot practice in Delaware while your license is inactive. If you wish to resume practicing in Delaware, you must reactivate your license. To reactivate, complete an application form and submit proof of completing the required CE within the preceding 24 months (Section 8.2.3).