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All Division of Professions and Occupations (DPO) Offices at 1560 Broadway, Denver CO are closed to the public indefinitely effective 2pm on March 23rd, 2020. However, DPO staff is still working hard to help all customers remotely. Please contact the Division at email@example.com for assistance.
Welcome to the Audiology Homepage
The Colorado Office of Audiology and Hearing Aid Provider Licensure (Office) regulates individual licensed audiologists, hearing aid providers, hearing aid associates, and hearing aid trainees in the State of Colorado. The mission of the Office is to maintain the profession's integrity and protect its consumers. The Office's activities include licensing audiologists and hearing aid providers, investigating complaints, and enforcing disciplinary actions against those who violate the Audiologist and Hearing Aid Providers Practice Act and the Director's Rules and Regulations.
The Office works in conjunction with the National Board for Certification Hearing Instrument Sciences (NBC-HIS), the Colorado Speech-Language Hearing Association (CSHA), the Colorado Academy of Audiology (CAA), and the Colorado Hearing Society.
- Licensing Services
- Discipline and Enforcement
- Program Members
Zen Mayhugh, Program Director
- Public Notices
Emergency and Permanent Rulemaking Hearing - 9/30/20
The Office of Audiology Licensure held a Virtual Emergency and Permanent Rulemaking Hearing for the Director to consider the immediate adoption of the rule revisions that are necessary to implement House Bill 20-1219 (Sunset Review); and permanent adoption of the changes to the rules that implement House Bills 20-1219 (Sunset Review) and 20-1326 (Endorsements), and Senate Bill 20-102 (Patient Disclosures).
- Wednesday, September 30, 2020, at 2:00 P.M. (MDT)
- Notice, New Rule, HB20-1219, HB20-1326, and SB20-102
Stakeholder Meeting - August 28, 2020
The Office of Audiology Licensure held a VIRTUAL Stakeholder Meeting for the Director to receive feedback on the implementation of Colorado House Bill 20-1219 (Sunset Bill that Continues the Audiology Practice Act), Colorado Senate Bill 20-102 (Patient Disclosures Regarding Formal Actions of Sexual Misconduct), and the subsequent proposed rules. The Office would also like to gather stakeholder feedback on any additional changes to the rules that should be considered, following the sunset review.
- Legislative Updates
- Meeting Minutes
There are currently no Meeting Minutes