Back to Basics offers “Bridging the Gap” Medical Interpreter Training in Wilmington, Delaware

Back to Basics will host the intensive 40-hour “Bridging the Gap” medical interpreter training workshop on August 11 – 15, 2014. This unique certification opportunity is rarely offered in Delaware and it is free of charge to Back-to-Basics interpreters.

The training will fully prepare bilingual individuals to work as effective, competent, and pro-fessional interpreters in hospitals, clinics, and doctor’s offices.  Though specific to the medical field, the workshop teaches methods and skills to assist interpreters in any type of interpreting situation. 

This week-long training workshop is open to the public and will occur from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. …

Back to Basics’ Founder and Director honored with a Brava! Award by SmartCEO Magazine

Brava! Award Winner, 2014, Smart CEO Magazine, Beverly Stewart, Back to BasicsSmartCEO recognized the area’s top female CEOs at the 2014 Brava! Awards, which took place on Wednesday, July 23 at the Crystal Tea Room. This year’s winners collectively generated $1.5 billion in revenue and employed more than 4,287 people. Additionally, the 2014 Brava! winners were profiled in the July/August 2014 issue of Philadelphia SmartCEO magazine.

SmartCEO received more than 160 nominations across the Mid-Atlantic for the award. A group of Greater Philadelphia business leaders formed the Brava! committee.

Brava! Awards, the toast to success, Beverly Stewart“Brava winners possess the utmost qualities in a leader — vision, passion, compassion,
dedication, perseverance. Every one of this year’s winners …

Cache in on a summer adventure; try geocaching and letterboxing with your whole family!

Want to get the family away from their electronics and into the fresh air? Try a treasure-hunting adventure that all ages will enjoy!

Letterboxing was invented in Britain, but became popular in America in the 1990s. Letterboxing is an easy outdoor quest that challenges you to follow posted clues to a hidden box (usually with a local theme). Finders receive the “prize” of stamping the artwork into their own journal. In return, they leave a secret message with their own rubber stamp in the visitor’s logbook and then carefully replace it for others to play the game.

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How to make your child’s learning style work for him this school year!

COMPRESSED - One on one high 5It’s hard to believe, but summer is fleeting and soon it will be time for the kids to return to school! Amid the frantic scramble to purchase notebooks and pens, gym uniforms, and of course, the coolest pair of sneakers, it’s also the perfect time to address an often misunderstood topic: learning styles.

Far too often parents lament that their child is doing poorly in school, even though he seems to spend an inordinate amount of time studying. The truth is that many schools still rely heavily on classroom and book-based teaching, lecturing, and rote memorization. The result is …