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Transcript of Wrap World
The Heroism of Wraparound
Spirit of Wrap (Principles)
Process of Wrap (Phases)
Million Dollar Kids
Child Population: 9,364,530
Child Poverty Rate: 18.5%
Number of Children in Foster Care:* 76,129 Average Length of Stay in Foster Care: 34.8 mos.
Why is it important to you?
Activity: Look around the room and find a principle that means something to you.
Family Orientation to Wrap
Listen to the Family Story (genogram)
Engage Team Members
Crisis stabilization (Family immediate concern)
Safety Planning (behavioral)
Informal Support Inventory
Team Building Activities
Explaining Wrap to the family
Principles and Process
Listening to the family story
In the moment
Empathy vs Compassion
Open ended questions
Activity: Team Agreements
Who is on the team anyway??
Engaging Team Members
Who's Crisis is it?
What are Strengths?
-things people are good at
-what a person enjoys
-a persons knowledge
What do you see in this picture
Why do Strengths matter?
seeing strengths build hope
seeing strengths builds relationships
seeing strengths helps us get through hard times
Cares about family
Global Strengths vs Functional Strengths
Activity: Strengths and a
Strengths are Strategies!!!
Who are they?
Why do they matter?
How do we find them?
How do they fit in the Wrap process?
Activity: Who are your natural supports?
-ground rules (3-5) focused on meeting
-update safety plan
-prioritize life domain’s
-outcome / goal creation
Creation of Wrap Plan
How do we find Unmet Needs
Team Building looks like:
BBQ, Walk at the beach, trip to the park, going to a sports game…ect
Getting to know the family, the family getting to know you
Who makes the rules?
How do they live?
Activity: Ground Rules
Vision of what’s to come.
Hopeful, global, positive, and collective instrument
Activity: Your Mission Statement
Guide to goal formation
They can also provide a strong/common thread to pull things back.
Structure for success
Wherever we are together, we are HOME
Update Safety Plan Fool!
aid in defining areas of life a family would like to see improved
What Domain will you work on?
Needs are the
Unmet Needs drive behavior
We all have needs!
What are we looking at?
What happens next?
act this way
Possible unmet need
Mom is mean
Jared is flunking classes
Find the Unmet
Helpful tips to identify needs:
-Needs are not services or strategies. You should be able to identify more than one way to meet the need.
-Needs are not goals. They are what someone needs to achieve the outcome.
-Needs define why someone is doing the action.
-Focus on the ‘why’ of a need and not the ‘how’ of it.
-Common unmet need themes: meaningful relationships, sense of safety & well-being, power and control, joy, relevant skills & knowledge, sense of value & self-worth, protection, able to provide, love, attachment
revisit safety plan
continue development and engagement of informal
continue to maintain team cohesiveness and trust
revisit team strengths
revisit the mission statement
The team defines the outcome in the family’s language and also decides on how to measure the outcome
By this point you should be able to create a more realistic picture of safety
There are no bad Strategies.
Not all strategies fit into all situations.
The best strategies are individualized, outside of the box and include informal supports.
Who's Goal is it anyway?
Brainstorming rule of 10.
Create a menu of strengths.
If it’s not your strength, then it’s not your strength and you have to find an informal.
feel control over life
know how to control anger
to feel a sense of hope
ick a Strategy
dentify who’s strength it might be
larify details (when, where, who, time)
eep track of all strategies (successful or not)
Everyone on the team is advocating for strength based informal support action planning
Informal supports must be a strong presence at this phase in the process.
Individual meetings as assigned in wrap plan
CC comes with all tools in tool belt
Partner prep and post
Create a transition plan
Create a post transition Safety plan
Modify wrap process to reflect transition
Provide family with all documented work
Celebrate success and transition
Safety Planing for the future
List interventions that were successful and ones that were not
Follow up on phone numbers
Wrap Team Roles
the what if's...
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