The Maryland Board of Examiners is the licensing agency in the state of Maryland. They can be reached at 410-764-4725. MSHA staff members do not have the expertise or knowledge that licensure board staff members do to answer your specific questions about your license. We also do not have access to your license file.
The Maryland Board of Examiners can answer questions about requirements for all professions in the state of Maryland. They can be reached at 410-764-4725. For links to useful Maryland websites, visit our licensure area.
Please visit the links in our licensure area for more information, or contact the Maryland Board of Examiners at 410-764-4725. They can answer any questions that you would have about your own unique situation and CEUs.
CEUs are awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association at the rate of 1/10th of Maryland licensure CEUs.
ASHA maintains a CEU registry that you can access as a benefit of ASHA membership that keeps track of all CEUs that you earn each year. This is a handy way to have a complete printout of all CEUs earned for information and audit purposes. Visit the AHSA website...
When you leave a MSHA convention or workshop, you should turn in your CEU worksheet; MSHA keeps this as a record of your attendance.
MSHA provides a Certificate of Completion, which you should file away in case you are audited. Approximately ten percent of Maryland licensure holders are audited each year, and if you are audited, you will need to provide proof of your attendance. If you are reporting CEUs for the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), you will complete the ASHA scantron form when you leave the convention. MSHA submits these forms as a group to ASHA within 30 days of the end of the convention. ASHA then scans and records your hours.