Wisconsin Occupational Therapy License Board

Thinking about getting your Wisconsin occupational therapy license? From how long it takes to go through the process to what to expect when you move to the Badger State, we've compiled all the information you need below. We've even got a list of Wisconsin OT jobs to get you started on your search.

It's normal to have questions as you navigate the process of getting licensed in Wisconsin, and that's why we make sure our support staff and recruiters are on hand to help in any way they can. Just reach out for more information.


How to Get Your Wisconsin Occupational Therapy License

Compared to other states across the country, getting your Wisconsin occupational therapy license may take a bit longer, so make sure to plan ahead. Average wait times are around 6 to 10 weeks. The average annual salary for a permanent OT in Wisconsin is less than the national average, but as an allied travel OT, you can make up to 20% more when on assignment. The cost of living is also about 10% lower in this state compared to the rest of the country, which makes it an attractive destination.

Visit Devil's Lake State Park, take a tour around the Milwaukee Art Museum or spend a day off at the Harley-Davidson Museum — all are possible when you take a travel OT assignment in Wisconsin. The information in this guide has everything you need to get started, but feel free to reach out if you need any more assistance.


How long does it take to receive your occupational therapy license in Wisconsin?

It typically takes approximately 6 to 10 weeks to receive your occupational therapy license in Wisconsin. This is slow compared to other occupational therapy licenses across the US.

Wisconsin Occupational Therapy contact information

Helpful Links

Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Affiliated Credentialing Board
4822 Madison Yards Way
Madison, WI 53705-9100

Email: dsps@wi.gov
Phone: (608) 266-2112
Fax: (608) 267-3816

Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Salary Information

Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Those employed in traditional positions as OTs make around $76,270 in Wisconsin, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and when you take a job with Med Travelers, you can add even more on to this. Provided housing, 401(k) plans and health benefits — there are plenty of perks to partnering with us.

If you're considering Wisconsin occupational therapy jobs, Med Travelers job listings should be your first stop. When you accept a travel assignment, you're saying yes to new experiences, new memories and great pay.

Let us know if you have any questions about OT state boards licensing.

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