Individualized services and supports through the wraparound process: Philosophy and procedures

We describe the current practices which have been developed in the field

John E. VanDenBerg; E. Mary Grealish

2005

Key concepts

Scholarcy highlights

  • The wraparound process is emerging as an alternative to the traditional treatment planning processes inherent in categorical services for children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders
  • We describe the current practices which have been developed in the field
  • Due to social and policy pressures, it is likely that wraparound process implementations will continue to develop

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