Mr. Borsellino obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education from Arizona State University in 1986; Arizona is where he also instructed special education K thru 8. In 1993 he went back to Graduate school at the University of Arizona, where he obtained his Master of Arts in the Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. 1997 brought his return to the Las Vegas Valley where he began his 15 year tenure in the Clark County School District. Again he instructed Special Education, specifically the Deaf and hard of hearing community grades 9 – 12. During this time he once again returned to graduate school and earned his Master of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from Nova Southeastern University. Mr. Borsellino has been providing speech language services ever since.
Licensed by the Board of Examiners for Audiology and Speech Pathology as well as his certificate of clinical competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing- Association and his certification from The Lee Silverman Voice Training, Mr. Borsellino carries all of the official licensing requirements and accolades enjoyed by a professional of his stature. His experience encompasses much more than just the clinical setting and extends to the public school system, home health care, and inpatient hospital care.
Mr. Borsellino or Mr. “B” that’s what we call him; not only specializes with the deaf, hard of hearing and patients implanted with cochlear devices, but is trained and experienced in the aspects of Speech Language Pathology, Including: Apraxia, Dysphagia, Fluency, Voice disorders, Cognitive challenges due to stroke, neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer and/ or Dementia, traumatic brain injury, and articulation and/or phonological disorders.
Mr. B works with pediatrics thru the entire scope of life using a comprehensive approach. This involves the patient, family, therapist, medical professionals, teachers, and support community; providing an in depth and holistic experience translating into successful outcomes, and the realization of the patient’s fullest communication potential.