Definitions for wraparound
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word wraparound
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
(of a garment) made to fold around or across the body so that one side of the fabric overlaps the other, forming the closure.
extending in a curve from the front around to the sides:
a wraparound windshield.
Category: Common Vocabulary
a wraparound insurance plan.
(n.)a wraparound object.
Origin of wraparound:
a garment (as a dress or coat) with a full length opening; adjusts to the body by wrapping around
A garment that is wrapped around the body and tied.
A label or advertising display that wraps around a container.
Word wrap, the word processing feature that moves text on to the next line if it will not fit on the current one.
wrapping of numerical value in case of underflow or overflow
In C# the addition of integers is unchecked, so wraparound occurs if the resulting value is beyond the representable range.
designed to be wrapped around the body and tied
that extends around a corner or bend
The wraparound process is an intensive, individualized care management process for youths with serious or complex needs. Wraparound was initially developed in the 1980s as a means for maintaining youth with the most serious emotional and behavioral problems in their home and community. During the wraparound process, a team of individuals who are relevant to the well-being of the child or youth collaboratively develop an individualized plan of care, implement this plan, and evaluate success over time. The wraparound plan typically includes formal services and interventions, together with community services and interpersonal support and assistance provided by friends, kin, and other people drawn from the family’s social networks. The team convenes frequently to measure the plan’s components against relevant indicators of success. Plan components and strategies are revised when outcomes are not being achieved. The process of engaging the family, convening the team, developing the plan, implementing the plan, and transitioning the youth out of formal wraparound is typically facilitated by a trained care manager or “wraparound facilitator,” sometimes with the assistance of a family support worker. The wraparound process, and the plan itself, is designed to be culturally competent, strengths based, and organized around family members’ own perceptions of needs, goals, and likelihood of success of specific strategies.
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