The Ohio Department of Youth Services RECLAIM in Collaboration with Erie County Juvenile Court presents “High Fidelity Wraparound Training: Phase Four of Wraparound – Transition-Hope”, presented by National Consultant and Trainer, Patricia Miles.
The training will be held Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at Townsend Community School, 207 Lowell St., Castalia, Ohio 44824. Registration 8:00 am; program starts promptly at 8:30 a.m. and runs until 4:00 p.m. (Lunch is on your own.) There is no fee for this training.
Email Registration to Jen Cousino Kemp- email@example.com
Questions call (419) 627- 6616) or (419)627-6615
Registration Deadline: March 2nd, 2018
Among the issues addressed will be:
1) When it is time to transition a family from Wraparound?
2) What can happen if you close Wraparound too soon or stay too long?
3) How “transition” should look for families
4) Managing the team and family’s opinions about Transitioning from Wraparound
5) Achieving long term family stability and resiliency after Wraparound.
Patricia Miles lives in Gresham, Oregon and has been involved in a variety of community development and human service enterprises including starting a battered women’s shelter, running a youth employment program, directing a residential treatment center that turned itself inside out to do community-based work, and managing the start-up of a large scale implementation of wraparound in Columbus, Ohio.
She is the co-author of many of the articles that have appeared on the Paperboat website over the years – a resource hub for Wraparound articles, trainings, and workshops involving Wraparound systems of care. She has been a leader in developing a consistent and reproducible model for strength-based, needs-driven facilitation of child and family teams, and has developed the Directive Supervision model for practical and effective integration of human resources, staff development, and staff supervision in human service agencies.