The wraparound process for planning unique and flexible services emerged from community-based human-service programs for children and youth exhibiting serious emotional disturbance. The application of wraparound in schools is described and illustrated via examples of local, statewide, and national initiatives. These experiences suggest strategies that can improve the school's effectiveness in serving students with, or at risk of, emotional and behavioral challenges.

*The article suggests that clergy may be a part of the wrap-around team.

Author(s): Lucille Eber & C. Michael Nelson

Journal: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry

Date: 1997

Volume: 67

Issue: 3

Pages: 385-395

DOI: 10.1037/h0080241


Disabilities: Emotional/Behavioral Disorders

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