Information Update


You are now able to update certain profile information online.

To access your information you will need:

  1. your North Carolina OT or OTA license number
  2. the last four digits of your social security number

It is also important that you keep your email address information current and add the Board to your safe senders list. The Board will be sending email reminders for licensure renewal and updates.  If you have never logged on to the online system before, please read all of the instructions below before logging on for the first time.

The first time you log-in you will use your license number as your log-in and the last four (4) digits of your social security number for your password. The next screen will prompt you to change your password. Make a note of your new password as it will be required to log-in and track your continuing competence activity throughout the year and for your license renewal. You will use the same log-in and password any time you access your information on this website. If you have already completed an online renewal, you will use the same password you created at that time to update your information.



The first page of your profile contains your personal and employment information from the Board’s files. Please review and correct the information as necessary so that Board records are current and complete. Your mailing address provides the address where you would like mail correspondence from the Board to be sent. Your practice address is the location of the facility where you provide therapy in North Carolina. Please complete all sections. Your North Carolina address is where you reside while employed in NC.

Page 2 of your profile is the information that the Board collects for the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research. In 2006 the Board agreed to participate with the Sheps Center in collecting data for their annual publication on North Carolina healthcare professions. Each year the Center publishes a book with data from approximately 20 healthcare professions. This data is used by the legislature, policy makers, educators, the press and others in identifying emerging health workforce issues. You may get more information on this program at

Except for name changes, you may comply with the written and signing requirements of Rules .0401 and .0901 by updating your personal profile online.  “Name change requests” still are required to be submitted to the Board office by mail along with a photocopy of proof of your name change, i.e.: marriage license, divorce papers, or court documents relating to legal change of birth name. (A copy of your driver license or social security card is not acceptable.)

After you update your information online, do not mail copies of the information update forms to the Board office.  If you wish to keep a copy of the changes you make online, you can download and fill in the forms.