Bill Status
WV Code
Audits/ Reports


‹ Back  |  print page Print
WVC 30 - 32 - 14 §30-32-14. Scope of practice for audiology.

  (a) The scope of practice for audiology includes:

  (1) Facilitating the conservation of Auditory system function, developing and implementing environmental and occupational hearing conservation programs;

  (2) Screening, identifying, assessing and interpreting, preventing and rehabilitating peripheral and central Auditory system disorders;

  (3) Providing and interpreting behavioral and electro- physiological measurements of Auditory and vestibular functions;

  (4) Selecting, fitting, programming and dispensing of amplification, assistive listening and alerting devices and programming and other systems (e.g., implantative devices) and providing training in their use;

  (5) Providing audiologic and aural rehabilitation and related counseling services to individuals with hearing impairments and their families;

  (6) Providing vestibular rehabilitation;

  (7) Cerumen removal; and

  (8) Screening of speech-language and other factors affecting communication disorders: Provided, That judgments and descriptive statements about the results of the screenings are limited to pass/fail determinations.

  (b) A person licensed under this article as an audiologist is not required to obtain a license under the provisions of article twenty-six of this chapter.

Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
The West Virginia Code Online is an unofficial copy of the annotated WV Code, provided as a convenience. It has NOT been edited for publication, and is not in any way official or authoritative.
This Web site is maintained by the West Virginia Legislature's Office of Reference & Information.  |  Terms of Use  |   Web Administrator   |   © 2017 West Virginia Legislature *