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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 8. Business and Professions
- Chapter 11. Audiologists and Speech Pathologists
- Section 85. Grounds For Imposition of Disciplinary Sanctions On a Speech-Language Pathologist.
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AS 08.11.085. Grounds For Imposition of Disciplinary Sanctions On a Speech-Language Pathologist.
After a hearing, the department may impose a disciplinary sanction on a speech-language pathologist when the department
finds that the licensee
- (1) secured a license or temporary license through deceit, fraud, or intentional misrepresentation;
- (2) fraudulently or deceptively used a license or temporary license;
- (3) altered a license or temporary license;
- (4) sold, bartered, or offered to sell or barter a license or temporary license;
- (5) engaged in deceit, fraud, or intentional misrepresentation in the course of practicing speech-language pathology;
- (6) advertised professional services in a false or misleading manner;
- (7) has been convicted of a felony or other crime that affects the person's ability to continue to practice competently
- (8) engaged in unprofessional conduct, in sexual misconduct, or in lewd or immoral behavior in connection with the
delivery of professional services to clients;
- (9) continued to practice speech-language pathology after becoming unfit due to
- (A) professional incompetence;
- (B) use of drugs or alcohol in a manner that affects the person's ability to practice speech-language pathology
competently and safely;
- (C) a physical or mental disability;
- (10) permitted another person to use the licensee's license or temporary license;
- (11) employed a person who does not have a valid current license or temporary license to practice speech-language pathology
to perform work as a speech-language pathologist covered by this chapter;
- (12) failed to comply with a provision of this chapter or a regulation adopted under this chapter, or an order of the
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