Wraparound Materials and Decription
Agenda and Materials
Duration: 8 events total, including 3 days of in-person training and 5 webinars, in the following order:
2 in-person days of Wraparound training, followed by
1 interactive training webinar, followed by
1 in-person day of training, followed by
4 interactive training webinars.
Credit: CPDU, CEU
Description: This training session will provide an overview of the systems, data, and practices of the wraparound process as a Tier 3/Tertiary Level Intervention. Primary focus will be on increasing implementers' knowledge and fluency with the wraparound process, including development of individual teams and plans that are strength-based and tailored to the comprehensive need of each student/family. Emphasis will be given to the intensive, comprehensive wraparound process of supporting and planning for the "whole child" & "whole family." Each implementer will then practice the initiation of wraparound planning for one or more students. Focus will be on team engagement, translating family/student and teacher(s) stories into baseline data via the SIMEO system, and designing strength-based interventions. Objectives include:
Interpret data to determine which students are in need of wraparound.
Learn how to develop and facilitate effective Wraparound Teams with individual students and their families through skill sets (i.e., hearing stories, strength assessment, identifying big needs, etc.).
Understand the steps for designing a wraparound action plan with student/family/teacher to address needs across home, school, and community following four (4) Phases of Wraparound.
Practice how to integrate use of strength- and needs-based data tools into all four Phases of Wraparound.
Learn how to use data for decision making and on-going progress monitoring.
Action Plan: decide who will be trained on SIMEO and plan next steps for initiating a wraparound meeting with 1-3 students/families in need of wraparound.
Who Should Participate: Coaches and facilitators who have completed the Tier 3 District Readiness (by responding to our survey and/or meets requirements on the Phases of Implementation [PoI]). These series are designed for school-based teams including the personnel who will facilitate the interventions. School Teams should consist of:
District-based coach supporting Tier 3
Potential facilitators: counselors, social workers, school psychologists, behavior specialists, special education personnel, community partners
Team members: administrator, special education teacher, general education teacher, community partners, family representatives
All participants will register for the entire series, which includes on-site training days and several technical assistance webinars. The on-site training days are intended for all participants, while the webinars are specifically focused on building skills of coaches and facilitators. Other team members are welcome to participate on the webinars as well.
Participants Should Bring:
Plans/policies for Tier 3/Tertiary Level supports
Progress-monitoring data for 1-3 students who seem to need more than FBA/BIP and/or students whose home/school/community placement is at risk.