I want to help you get admitted to graduate school in Occupational Therapy

Many years ago as an undergraduate student at Indiana University, I enjoyed very much working with autistic adolescents, despite the great challenges involved. As a result, I especially appreciate the opportunity as a statement writer to help applicants to graduate school in OT to get accepted and to have fulfilling careers.

There are many excellent graduate programs in Occupational Therapy that will prepare you for a lifetime of distinguished service in OT, providing you with the knowledge, skills and value of lifelong learning to practice occupational therapy in customary and innovative ways within an ever-changing world. Throughout the course of your studies, you will become an exceptionally keen observers, active listener, creative strategist, critical thinker, resourceful leader and practical educator who helps people set and meet goals, overcome challenges and thrive in the face of adversity.

I began my studies in the humanities and social sciences, first thinking about psychology and ending up majoring in philosophy as an undergraduate student. Along the way, I had several work study jobs that made big impressions on my long term career development, including in the area of occupational therapy. I was employed for about one year for the Occupational and Developmental Training Center in Bloomington, Indiana. I went in at night in order to care for developmentally disabled adolescents, getting them up and rolling in the morning to greet their day, breakfast, toiletries, etc. One client in particular has proven to have etched out a most enduring memory in my mind. My client Tracy was 16 years old and built like a Sumari Warrior. She also had razor sharp teeth, all of which made her rather dangerous because she had the mental development of a 6-month-old baby. On my first day of work, within hours of my arrival, I found myself prying her mouth open to secure the release of the fingers of shrieking staff person whose fingers had been bitten to the bone.

It is our duty to make sure that Tracy’s life is fulfilling. Given what Tracy has to work with, this is no easy task. OT is a science and an art of its own with some of the greatest challenges in the world. I am convinced that this area of studies attracts applicants many if not most of whom have golden hearts and a passion for service to the weak and disabled, those who need them most. This is why it is a great pleasure and honor for me to help you in the drafting of a statement that is highly effective and will be successful at getting you admitted to the program of your choice in Occupational Therapy.

OT: Help with your Personal Statement of Purpose for Graduate School in Occupational Therapy.

Occupational therapy is a health profession that was created over 90 years ago to help people of all ages help themselves participate in meaningful activities (occupations), to take care of themselves, be productive, learn, play and interact with others to the best of their abilities. Classes, labs, and internships are based on the belief that staying occupied and engaged is how people stay healthy, create their identity, participate in life, and feel good about themselves.

These programs will help you to integrate knowledge from both the arts and sciences and to assess and treat each individual client in a way that meets their individual needs and goals. You will learn how to promote health and well-being by helping people stay occupied in meaningful ways. You will learn how to become a leader among your colleagues and the public and how to help others to understand how occupation impacts health. You will have the opportunity to practice in various settings with people across the lifespan, with or without a disability or illness.

Statements of Excellence in Occupational Therapy


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My service is quite different from other statement writing services on the Internet for several reasons. I am the little guy on the web, not a big business like most of my competitors. You deal directly with me. I answer all of your questions completely free of charge and I am solely responsible for producing a statement that you are very pleased with.

Please note that I attend to my clients in the order in which I have received their payments. 

I help as many people as I can in the area of Occupational Therapy for a variety of reasons. I have found over the years drafting statements for applicants in OT that these clients are among the kindest people in the world. I admire their ethic of service. I also find Occupational Therapy relevant in special ways to my own academic field of Religion, especially with the emphasis on the importance of human dignity and spiritual fulfillment. I particularly enjoy drafting statements for applicants in OT whose story excites me, people who I feel strongly are in a unique position to give something of importance to their profession. I only do my best, taking the time to reflect on your story as well, usually doing some internet research on your behalf.

It is a special privilege to work on behalf of those clients whose stated long term goals represent a significant contribution to the progressive enrichment of humanity, particularly with respect to the Developing World, where I live with my only child Davy, and the cause to which I dedicated my life.

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An old wise man and creative writer,  I draft a model first paragraph for your Statement free of charge to promote my service:  Many of my clients Add Me as a Contact! on Skype. ID: DrRobertEdinger so that we can chat. Please note that I am not usually able to talk and I need your information in text form. 

I appreciate that you trust me to do a good job finishing your statement. I trust you as well to recommend me to your friends and colleagues if you are very pleased with your statement. 

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The Statement of Purpose letter is perfect. Wish me luck! Thank you again, I will recommend your services.

M.S. (Application for M.S. in Occupational Therapy, April 2011)

Dr. Robert Edinger with Son Davy Dylan

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