2011 Wraparound Conference -Presentations and Notes
Thank you for attending Changing Tides: Innovations in Wraparound
Below, you'll find links to the handouts and/or Power Point presentations that were provided by the presenters at our recent Wraparound Conference in Cocoa Beach, FL.
You'll also find the links to video recordings of the presentations taken by the University of South Florida's Center for the Advancement of Child Welfare Practice. We would like to thank them for their support of Changing Tides - Innovations in Wraparound.
You'll find photos of the Conference are on our Facebook Page
We hope you enjoyed your conference experience and the Cocoa Beach area. If you have questions or a specific request, please email Stephanie Strodtman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you in 2013!
Handouts and Power Point Presentations
Family Partners in Wraparound: Who are they and what do they do?
Developing a Program One Partnership at a Time: Innovative Strategies to Work with Juvenile or Delinquent Youth from a Diverse Population
(No Power Point) What it Takes to Succeed in School and Life: Using Developmental Assets to Engage Families in School
The Use of Peer Youth Advocates in the Wraparound Process
Utilizing the Family Support Role in Engaging Families in the Wraparound Process (Handout 1, Handout 2)
The Power of One: The 40 Developmental Assets
Wraparound Tools and Techniques
Wraparound and Resiliency
Promoting the Integration of Family Support and Care Coordination through tracking the family's journey towards self-advocacy and self-efficacy
Welcome to Wraparound, An Approach to Hiring, Mentoring and Coaching New Staff
So You You're a Good Facilitator
Research and Evaluation
Demonstrating Success Part I: Transforming Child Welfare Systems
Demonstrating Success Part II: The Brevard C.A.R.E.S. Evaluation
Outcomes-Based is the First Principle: What you need to know about research, outcomes, and wraparound
Outcomes Management with the CAFAS: Helping Wraparound Get Better at Improving Functional Outcomes for Youth While Providing Program Accountability
Wraparound not the Runaround: Using a Theory-Based Wraparound Practice Model to Ensure Quality Practice for Families - Part I
Wraparound not the Runaround: Using a Theory-Based Wraparound Practice Model to Ensure Quality Practice for Families - Part II
Trends in Child Welfare
Impasse to Impact: How wraparound challenged and changed a child welfare and mental health system
Wraparound and Transition Age Youth
Cultural Inquiry and Trauma Informed Case Review: The Mindful Healing Process
Connections and Critical: Family Finding in the Wraparound Process
Systems of Care
Leadership and Systems of Care (1, 2, 3 and 4)
Improving Child Welfare Outcomes Through Systems of Care: New Roles for Families in Child Welfare
Discovering Family Culture and Using the Information in Wraparound Planning
The Substance of Practicing High-Fidelity Wraparound is Relationship Building
Sustaining Systems of Care
Video Recordings of Training
All sessions of the recent National Wraparound Conference were videotaped and and are posted to the University of South Florida's Center for the Advancement of Child Welfare Practice portal with Post-test and Training Certificate Available.
Click on the titles below to view videos relating to Child Welfare system transformation:
Demonstrating Success Part 1: Transforming Child Welfare Systems
Demonstrating Success Part 2: Brevard C.A.R.E.S. Data Validation and Evaluation
Click here to view all of the conference videos on our Child Welfare Practice Models page.