Wraparound Training from Orientation to Innovation
Walker, J., Bertram, R., Embree, D., Lua, M., Berger Lucas, L., Vermillion, J., Martone, M., Meyer, C., Sandoval, J., & members of the NWI Workforce Work Group (2013). Training, Coaching, and Supervision for Wraparound Facilitators: Guidelines from the National Wraparound Initiative. Portland, OR: National Wraparound Initiative.
Quality Practice Tools
About the Tools
Guides reflect the phases of staff development and are paced to complement supervisor’s cultivation of staff and provider teams. These tools are not limited to the suggested phase of introduction as development is ongoing.
Checklists essential for the staff orientation to family teams and communicate foundation for supervisor & new staff:
Checklists with greatest value for assessing and cultivating staff skills. These can be completed by staff as self-assessment tools and reviewed with supervisor to compare observations. Ideally suited for planning around staff strengths and needs:
Checklists that support the cultivation of provider teams. These guides are developmentally informed to assist supervisor’s planning of staff capacity to safely serve complex families.
*WI SOC Care Coordinator and Supervisor Competencies developed by the Children Come First Advisor Committee and DHS to support best practice of wraparound in Wisconsin. This tool can be used to communicate with local coordinating committees and human service boards the relationship between wraparound principles and the ongoing work of staff recruitment, onboarding and development.