Oluwatosin Osibajo

BS, MS, OTR/L, LSVT BIG Clinician

New York

Oluwatosin Osibajo | New York | Top 100 Speech-Language Pathologists Impacting the Field

Practicing Since


Graduate Program

Cuny York College

Therapeutic Focus

Nursing Facilities, Home Health

Accolades, Award or Notable Achievements

Throughout my educational years, I have always been an honor student. From my name written on honor roll in middle school to high school- to my name on the deans’lists in college including in my masters program. I have always strived hard attain my goal to be the best I could be. I was honored in my occupational therapy program as having an outstanding performance during my all fieldwork implementations. In 2013, I was determined to pass my NBCOT exam prior to my commencement- in which I did. In 2015, I obtained my certification as an LSVT big clinician. In 2016, I was awarded employee of the month in the company I practice. In 2016, I started Therapist without borders foundation with my own funds because I am extremely passionate about this profession, and I wanted a platform that I could use to raise awareness and advocate for the profession. I travelled alone to Nigeria on December 2016 to feed the less privileged with my own funds. Not knowing I would come across people that would be amazed by my passion to help people. I was featured in The Nation’s Newspapers on December 31, 2016 in Lagos, Nigeria. I was also interviewed on two famous radio stations which are the inspirationFM and 103.1FM. I was an awesome experience because I never had that opportunity to advocate for my profession. I am currently completing my Clinicial Doctorate program at Chatham Univerisity this April. I am a member of AOTA, WFOT, and the National society of leadership and success since 2008. I was awarded the engaged leadership award in 2013 while was completing my Masters Program at CUNY York College. I believe there is still room for growth and I challenge myself as a person and as an occupational therapist.

Favorite Quote

"If you can believe it, you can achieve it."

Oluwatosin Osibajo

BS, MS, OTR/L, LSVT BIG Clinician

New York

I strive to attain the highest height in this profession.


When I was 18 I wanted to major in a field that focused on providing quality care to people who are less capable to provide such care for themselves. I wanted a profession than reflected the qualities I had a person. When I was in high school I participated in the robotics club that focus on building robots that can be used to pick up objects for people with upper extremity limitations. I was excited when my team and I completed the robot and when it was ranked we won second place. With this passion I researched on google website to find a profession that promotes such talent. I came across the words “occupational therapy” and I continued to obtain more information about the schools that provided such program in New York City within the city universities of New York. Behold york college appeared and I applied to the college. At 21 on my birthday I received a letter from the occupational therapy program that I was accepted. It was a day I will never forget.