SCHOOLS + DISTRICTS
We provide school district contracts in Nationwide to individual schools (public, private, parochial, and charter) in both 1-on-1 and small group settings. These services include Behavior Specialists for grades K-12. Our Nationwide-certified Behavior Specialists have years of experience working in schools and a minimum of a Master’s degree.
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ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING (ELL)
Schools, districts, state agencies and corporations all hire Back to Basics to teach English Language Learning (ELL) to their students and clients of all ages.
Along with ELL instruction, Back to Basics offers cultural coaching, since the ability to acclimate to new cultures is a key skill for international students, schools, and workplaces.
EXTENDED DAY + EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR
Individualized instruction, continual monitoring, and achievable milestones ensure more confident and successful students.
We provide Nationwide school district contracts forhomebound services at all grades, in all subjects. To learn more about Back to Basics homebound services, please call us at 302-594-0754 or click the button below to get started.
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS & SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS
Back to Basics provides schools and districts with Speech Language Pathologists on a part-time or full-time basis pathologist to assess, diagnose, treat and help prevent speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice, fluency and other related disorders.
In addition, Back to Basics offers Occupational Therapists, who identify students who are in need of assistance, as well as perform beneficial occupational therapy.
To learn more about SLPs and OTs for school district contracts in Nationwide, please contact Back to Basics at 302-594-0754 or click the button below to get started.
To learn more about our exceptional paraprofessionals, please contact Back to Basics at 302-594-0754 or click the button below to get started.
Back to Basics offers psycho-educational and bi-lingual psycho-educational testing for children and adults, performed by licensed, clinical psychologists on staff in Wilmington, Nationwide, using the most sophisticated test measures available.
Through testing we can analyze the style in which a student learns, his/her strengths and non-strengths, and any learning differences. By testing we can help maximize a student’s success and can recommend to parents and educators the best teaching methods and educational environment for the student to reach his/her full potential.
Tests can include:
- Academic Achievement Levels (by grade level and age level)
- Learning Disability and Giftedness Screening
- Attention Deficit Disorder Screening
- Verbal and Visual Memory
- Visual and Auditory Perception
To learn more about Back to Basics psycho-educational testing, please call us at 302-594-0754 or click the link below to get started.
To learn more about Back to Basics Reading Specialists in Nationwide, please call us at 302-594-0754 or click the link below to get started.
e•Learning Compliance Training
Need video or online compliance training for your employees? Back to Basics can help you create the eLearning programs and compliance videos that your business needs.
We can help your company with customized sexual harassment education, diversity training, and a host of other compliance videos that meet federal and state regulations, in both English and Spanish. Our service provides completion certificates and audit-ready reporting.
To learn more about RTI Support Teachers and Behavior Interventionists in Nationwide, please call Back to Basics at 302-594-0754 or click the button below to get started.
Our staff specializes in working with students who may be experiencing any of the following
- Language processing difficulties
- Difficulties with spelling, reading, writing, and math
- Fine and gross motor skill delays
- Executive functioning disorder
- Social skills
- Receptive and expressive language disorders
- Peer relationships
- School-related apprehension
- Attention issues such as ADHD
Teacher and tutors work with the student to recognize how a learning disability or condition is impacting their academic success. The teacher/tutor introduces the student to strategies to utilize and overcome the learning disability or to work around a specific condition. After introducing a specific strategy, extensive practice of the strategy is done so that the student retains the strategy and makes it a permanent part of their academic process to success.