The Wraparound Guide

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parents’, school staff’s, and partner agencies’ experiences related to wraparound services that we’ve gathered since 2015. Many of these quotes are necessarily anonymous, but all highlight the value of wraparound services. A Word About Mental Health, Trauma, and ACEs boxes offer published guidance from professionals in these fields to augment your knowledge about the impact of adverse experience on children and teens. While we cite a variety of published works and resources throughout this text, you will find several quotes from two books written by Joe Hendershott (2009, 2016), Reaching the Wounded Student and 7 Ways to Transform the Lives of Wounded Students. We believe his work as an educator and his experience as a parent have informed his perspective in ways we find deeply authentic, credible, and hopeful. Joe’s work has not only influenced the two of us, but it is also giving shape to the movement of creating trauma-informed classrooms and schools. We hope these diverse perspectives (student, parent, teacher, partner, researcher) will pique your curiosity and move you to listen to the voices in your school and community.


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