Practice and Process in Wraparound Teamwork

@inproceedings{Walker2004PracticeAP,
  title={Practice and Process in Wraparound Teamwork},
  author={Janet S. Walker and Kathryn M. Schutte},
  year={2004}
}
In recent years, collaborative family– provider teams have become increasingly popular as a mechanism for creating and implementing individualized service plans for children and families with complex needs. This sort of team-based planning is currently used in a wide variety of human service contexts, including special education, developmental disabilities, child welfare, and juvenile justice. Recently, much attention has been focused on collaborative planning teams in the context of children’s… CONTINUE READING

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