The CIP Ohio Wraparound Training and Workforce Development | Wraparound Resource Tool Kit

Wraparound Resource Tool Kit 
Tool Kit Section  Description  Content 
  1. WA Readiness 


A range of resources for Administrators, Managers, Supervisors and Practitioners designed to help a community or organization become prepared for Wraparound implementation.   
  • Are you ready for Wraparound?  
  • Checklist for Administrators 
  • Checklist for Supervisors 
  • Checklist for Practitioners 
  • Action Plan for Preparation 
  • Sample Training Design for Wraparound Care Coordinators 
  • Necessary Ingredients for Collaborative Supports in Wraparound implementation 
  • Community Profiles: samples of community applications of Wraparound 


2. WA Quality Management   Best practice/best management/best administration targets for Wraparound implementation.   
  • Best Practices in Wraparound 
  • Core Skills for Wraparound Coordinators 
  • Practice pathways in Wraparound 
  • Elements of Quality Plans in Wraparound 
  • Training Competencies for Wraparound Coordinators: Years 1,2,3 
  • Training, Certification & Coaching in Wraparound 
  • Best Management in Wraparound 
  • Considerations for Supervisors:  Is it Quality Wraparound or something else? 
  • Workforce development:  Tools from recruitment to termination/transition 
  • Sample Quality Dashboards for review & download 
  • You have Data.  What Now? 
  • Debugging Wraparound:  Tracing what went wrong when things go wrong 
  • Quality Targets in Wraparound Plans: Reviewing the Wraparound Plan for Quality, Consistency & Creativity 
  • Best Administration in Wraparound 
  • Funding options for Wraparound 
  • Cross-system & community options for Wraparound 
  • Key Functions to Establish in Wraparound:  From Target Population through Outcome Management 


3. WA Practice Implementation   A range of tools for implementation that include road maps for the process and troubleshooting tools that can be used at the supervision and practice levels.  
  • Targets & Activities by Wraparound Stage: A one-page outline for each stage 
  • I Wish I Had Known: A series of video conversations with lessons learned from Ohio Wraparound Coordinators 
  • Tools for Stage 1 
  • Verbal Needs Worksheet 
  • Needs from Behavior:  The Needs Egg 
  • Needs from Your History:  The Timeline Activity 
  • Team Scheduling Form 
  • Sample Strengths Questions:  How to Get to Know the Whole Family 
  • Culture Compass:  Understanding Family Culture 
  • Tools for Stage 2 
  • Sample Agendas 
  • Sample Plans of Care: Some options for Wraparound Care Coordinators 
  • Strategy Worksheet:  Support, Intervention, Community Integration  
  • Task lists for Team members 
  • Team Member Contact Form 
  • Tools for Stage 3 
  • Outcomes & Needs:  Summarizing Progress 
  • Rating Follow-through, Impact & Result:  A Worksheet for Coordinators to Guide Teams 
  • Balancing individual team/family contact and team meetings:  Establishing the right ratio 
  • Sample Ongoing Meeting Agenda: Accomplishment, Assessment, Adjustment, Assignments 
  • Tools for Stage 4 
  • Planning for tomorrow:  Establishing targets as Wraparound winds down 
  • Self-care Plan for Parents: Decisions, Resource, Taking Care of Me,  
  • Family Calendar for Success, Support & Strengths 
  • Sample Resiliency Plans upon Wraparound’s end 


4. WA Special Topics   A series of strategies & solutions for unique circumstances that may occur while doing Wraparound.   
  • Residential as an Intervention:  When Wraparound Uses Residential Care: Tips for Care Coordinators 
  • Practicing Recovery Skills:  Beyond Crisis Response 
  • Special Considerations for Specific Team Members 
  • Peer Support:  Balancing Support needs within a supportive process 
  • Child Welfare & Perceived Mandates:  Making Wraparound Relevant 
  • Juvenile Probation & Wraparound:  Using Wraparound to customize Probation Conditions 
  • Tips for running Virtual Team Meetings 


5. WA Care Coordination, Customization & Individualization   This section will focus on establishing a range of Care Coordination options from Wraparound to Wraparound-informed options.   
  • Collaboration + Communication and Engaged Coordination:  Tools for youth/children who fall in the Moderate range of care need 
6. Facilitation Microskills  


This section will focus on the facilitation microskills needed to successfully manage Wraparound meetings 
  • Validation prompts; partnering requests 
  • Translational listening; Reframing 
  • Creating shared understanding 
  • Broadening the possibilities 
  • Exploring barriers 
  • Exploring solutions 
  • Strategies for handling disagreement 
7. Parent peer support guide to Wraparound  This section will focus on parent peer support guide to being a member of a Wraparound team and functions of parent peer support within Wraparound. 
  • Role of parent peer supporter on a Wraparound team  
  • Resilience promotion 
  • Navigating the system from a family perspective 
  • Strategic advocacy  
  • Knowledge of special education 
  • Utilizing lived experience in the helping process 
8. Resilience promotion for youth with SED and their families  Resilience promotion for youth and families in Wraparound 
  • Risk and protective factors 
  • Resilience promotion with youth and caretakers 
  • Accommodations that support success 
  • Resiliency-oriented engagement 
  • Supports and connections 
  • Resilience Success Plan