Module 2: WI Principles of Wraparound 1-5

There are 10 principles that govern how wraparound is used in Wisconsin. This module covers principles 1-5.

Principles guide practice, reflect values, and carry a broader message than policy or procedures. 

This module covered principles 1-5 (out of 10). They are used in order to guide implementation of the wraparound process in Wisconsin:

Takeway Points

  1. Family Voice and Choice
  2. Team-Based 
  3. Natural Supports
  4. Collaboration
  5. Community-Based
  6. Cultural and Linguistic Responsiveness
  7. Individualized and Developmentally Informed
  8. Strengths-Based
  9. Unconditional
  10. Outcome-Based

The care coordinator educates, models, and ensures these principles are implemented throughout the entire process. Over time, team members will take on the role of the care coordinator.

Review Questions


What guiding principles (1-5) do you educate others on and model effectively?

2. What guiding principles (1-5) do you find challenging when working in the process?

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