Whether you've been thinking about a career in occupational therapy or are already established and looking for a change of venue, getting your Kentucky occupational therapy license doesn't have to be difficult. We've gathered all of the resources and research you need to get your OT license in Kentucky in one place to make it even easier. Information on salaries, cost of living and must-see sites is all here, but if you have any other questions or concerns, our recruiters and support staff are available to help walk you through the process.
How to Get Your Kentucky Occupational Therapy License
When it comes to how long it takes you get an occupational therapy license in the state of Kentucky, there aren't any specific time lines. Applications are reviewed at board meetings, which happen monthly, so it could be as little as 4 weeks. The average mean wage for an OT in Kentucky is a little lower than the national average, but the cost of living is also 16% lower than the U.S. average, so your money goes farther.
Kentucky is known for its beautiful rolling pastures, horse racing and cultural opportunities in big cities such as Lexington and Louisville. It's a great state for outdoor enthusiasts and city dwellers alike. While all the information you need to get your Kentucky occupational therapy license is listed here, you can contact us with any questions or concerns.
How long does it take to receive your occupational therapy license in Kentucky?
There is no specific amount of time that it takes to receive your occupational license in Kentucky. Applications are reviewed at monthly board meetings, but how quickly each is reviewed depends on how many people are awaiting approval.
Kentucky Occupational Therapy contact information
Kentucky Board of Licensure for Occupational Therapy
500 Mero Street, 2 SC 32
Frankfort, KY 40601
Phone: (502) 782-8807
Fax: (502) 564-4818
Kentucky Occupational Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. You get access to comprehensive health benefits, a 401(k) and a generous housing stipend or arranged housing. All of this is in addition to the average annual mean wage of $78,430 that Kentucky has to offer occupational therapists, and allied travelers often make up to 20% more than their permanent position counterparts.
If you're ready to take your career as an occupational therapist on the road and Kentucky is on your list of stops, Med Travelers can help get you there. Check out our OT job listings in this state and find your next travel assignment today.