|(a) Complaints may be received in writing on a form prescribed by the board. Complainants shall be invited to explain their allegations. The staff will provide reasonable assistance to a person who wishes to file a complaint. (b) When a complaint is received, the board, at least as frequently as quarterly and until final disposition of the complaint, shall notify the parties to the complaint of the status of the complaint unless the notice would jeopardize an undercover investigation. (c) Prior to commencing disciplinary proceedings, the staff shall serve the respondent with written notice in accordance with the Texas Government Code, §2001.54(c). (1) Such notice shall contain a statement of the facts or conduct alleged to warrant an adverse licensure action. The notice shall invite the respondent to show compliance with all requirements of the law for retention of the license. (2) The
respondent shall have not less than ten days to respond in writing.