Any person seeking to practice one of the professions licensed by this Board in Nevada OR treat a Nevada resident, regardless of residency or licensure status in another state, must obtain a Nevada license to do so.
Reciprocal licensing in Nevada is only available to an Audiologist or Speech-Language Pathologist seeking a Standard license through issuance of an expedited license by endorsement authorized in Nevada law. An applicant is only eligible if they meet all three criteria listed below
Hold a current, corresponding valid and unrestricted license to engage in the practice of speech-language pathology in the District of Columbia or any U.S. state/territory; AND
Have no history of licensing discipline/investigation in the District of Columbia or any U.S. state/territory in which they hold/have held an audiology license; AND
Have no history of a civil or criminal malpractice action in the District of Columbia or any U.S. state/territory.
To request issuance of an expedited license by endorsement, please begin the online application and follow the prompts.
- Reciprocal licensing is not available to Hearing Aid Specialists or other license types.
- Licenses from other states are not automatically recognized by this Board and do not allow a practitioner to treat a Nevada resident.
- Anyone seeking Nevada licensure must submt an application for the practice/license type that applies to them.
- Licenses from other states may not be "transferred" to Nevada.
- Our Board does not currently participate in any interstate licensing compacts.