Education Law Section 8207
(1)The practice of any other professions licensed or registered under this title.
(2)Any person employed by the federal, state or a local government or by a public or non-public elementary or secondary school or an institution of higher learning from performing the duties of a speech-language pathologist, an audiologist, a teacher of the speech and hearing handicapped, or a teacher of the deaf in the course of such employment.
(3)Any person from engaging in clinical or academic practice under the supervision of a licensed speech-language pathologist or audiologist for such period of time as may be necessary to complete an experience requirement for a professional license, as provided in this article and in rules or regulations approved by the board of regents with the advice of the state board for speech-language pathology and audiology.
(4)A person from another state from performing speech-language pathology or audiology services in this state provided such services are performed for no more than thirty days in any calendar year and provided that such services are performed in conjunction with and/or under the supervision of a speech-language pathologist or audiologist licensed under this article.
(5)Any hearing aid dealer from performing hearing measurements by means of an audiometer or other testing equipment when used solely for the purpose of selecting, fitting, selling or dispensing an instrument designed to aid or improve human hearing, including the taking of impressions for the making and fitting of ear molds and the demonstration of use and instructions of persons in the use of such hearing aids and accessories thereto.
(6)A student from engaging in clinical practice, under the supervision of a licensed audiologist or a licensed speech-language pathologist as part of a nationally accredited program or a state licensure qualifying program in speech-language pathology or audiology, pursuant to subdivision three of § 8206 (Requirements for a professional license)section eighty-two hundred six of this article.
Section 8207 — Exempt persons,
https://www.nysenate.gov/legislation/laws/EDN/8207 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Nov. 25, 2023).