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Reinstatement of an Expired License

For information regarding the reinstatement of a license that has been expired for five or more years please click here.



ASHA Certification Not Required

For Medicare Billing

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has determined that a licensed speech-language pathologist does not need to be certifed by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association to be eligible to bill for Medicare.
The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services is review all federal regulations to ensure that no confusion exists regarding this topic.
This Board has nor jurisdiction in billing matters unless fraud has been committed.  Accordingly, any questions and need for clarification regarding Medicare billing and ASHA certification should be directed to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and ASHA. 


Procedure to Request Verfication of Licensure

A type-written request must be submitted to the Board.  The request must include the licensee’s name, profession, and license number.  The request must indicate the Board or other entity to which the verification is to be sent.  A licensee should include their current mailing address on the request.

There is no fee assessed for a verification letter if the individual making the request is an active licensee with a license issued by this Board. 
If the individual making the request does not hold an active license issued by this Board the licensee must submit a fee of $25.00 for the verification letter.  Verification fees are non-refundable.
An individual that holds a current licensee may submit the request by one of the following three methods:
Fax to 410-358-0273;
E-mail to (do not send attachments); or
Mail to Yolanda Campbell, Board of AUD/HAD/SLP, 4201 Patterson Avenue, Baltimore, MD  21215
An individual who does not hold a current license must submit the written request via mail along with the $25.00 fee to the Ms. Campbell’s attention as indicated above. 

Changes to HAD Examination Process


The examination process for limited licensees in hearing aid dispensing will change during Summer 2013.  The Board will not administer the Written Examination.  The Written Examination will be administered as a computer-based examination by a third-party at a testing site approved by the International Hearing Society.  

The Practical Examination will still be administered by the Board.  The Practical Examination will be offered up to 10 times each calendar year.

Information regarding these changes has been e-mailed to all limited licenses in hearing aid dispensing and all full licensees in hearing aid dispensing and audiology that are eligible to be a supervisor of a limited licensee in hearing aid dispensing.  More information will be posted to the Board's website as it becomes available.

Individuals interested in limited licensure as a hearing aid dispenser or individuals interested in supervising a limited license in hearing aid dispensing may call the Board at 410-764-4723 for more information.


MDResponds is a a web-based system where licensed health care professionals in Maryland can volunteer to assist in the aftermath of a disaster, emergency, public health crisis or with other public health needs. 

MDResponds is administered by the Department of Health and Mental Hygine, Office of Preparedness and Response

For more information about MDResponds click here.

FDA Consumer Warning - Simply Thick


The FDA has issued a warning to consumers regarding the use of Simply Thick - this information is also of interest to speech-language pathologists that may have patients that use Simply Thick.


To read the FDA's warning to consumers please click here

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