Office of Hearing Aid Provider Licensure: Laws, Rules and Policies
- Articles 1 & 20: General Provisions
- Article 30: Provisions Applicable to Health Care Professions & Occupations
- Hearing Aid Providers Practice Act
- Consumer Protection Act General & Specific Provisions
The Office of the Attorney General's Consumer Protection Section protects Colorado consumers from deceptive trade practices through the Colorado Consumer Protection Act (CCPA). A violation of the CCPA is considered a ground for discipline under the Hearing Aid Providers Practice Act and may result in disciplinary action against a licensed hearing aid provider or apprentice.
The Office of Hearing Aid Provider Licensure encourages all licensed hearing aid providers and apprentices involved in the dispensing of hearing aids as well as consumers interested in purchasing or who have purchased a hearing aid to review and understand Parts 1 and 7 of the CCPA.
This unofficial online version of regulations is the most current version available. For the official publication of all State of Colorado regulations, please consult the Code of Colorado Regulations on the Secretary of State's website.
Sign up to receive emails when Notices of Rulemaking, Permanent Rules, or Emergency Rules have been published and view the full text of Notices, Proposed Rules, Adopted Rules and Attorney General Opinions.