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Chapter 6: Wraparound

Symposium: The Wraparound Approach: Theory and Research to Inform Practice

Chair: John D. Burchard
Symposium Introduction
John D. Burchard
Implementing High Quality Individualized Service/Support Planning: Necessary Conditions at the Team, Organization, and System Levels
Janet Walker, Nancy Koroloff, Kathryn Schutte
A National Portrait of Wraparound Implementation: Findings from the Wraparound Fidelity Index
Eric J. Bruns, Jesse C. Suter, John D. Burchard, Kristen M. Leverentz-Brady
Structure of Wraparound: Confi rmatory Factor Analysis of the Wraparound Fidelity Index
Jesse C. Suter, Eric J. Bruns, John D. Burchard

The Relationship Between Fidelity to Wraparound and Positive Behavior Outcomes
Melissa Hagen, Keith Noble, Carl Schick, Marilyn Nolan

A Cost and Satisfaction Study of the Wraparound Process
Ralph A. Brown, Joanne Loughlin

The Tapestry Program: A Wraparound Program for Families of Color, A Parent-Community Partnership
Julie Becker

Symposium: Defi ning Wraparound: Functional Outcomes, Fidelity, and Accountability Strategies

Chair: John VanDenBerg
Comparing Functional Outcomes of Wraparound and Traditional Mental Health and Child Welfare Services
Christa Peterson, Jim Rast, Les Gruner, Norma Abi-Karam, Leanne Earnest
Service Process as a Determinant of Treatment Effect – The Importance of Fidelity
Jim Rast, Christa Peterson, Leanne Earnest, Susan Mears
Certifi cation of Facilitators as a Method for Increasing Wraparound Fidelity
Jim Rast, John VanDenBerg
Wraparound Fidelity and Accountability Strategies in Systems of Care
Sheila Bell

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