Wraparound Services for Young Schoolchildren with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

Duckworth, Susanna; Smith-Rex, Sue; Okey, Suzanne; Brookshire, Mary Ann; Rawlinson, David; Rawlinson, Regenia; Castillo, Sara; Little, Jessie
March 2001
Teaching Exceptional Children;Mar/Apr2001, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p54
Academic Journal
Describes a project designed to meet the needs of young elementary schoolchildren with severe and complex emotional and behavioral disorders. Role of the teacher as creator of cultural competence; Role of the behavioral support team. INSETS: Systems Theory and a Wraparound System.;'The Therapeutic Day'.;Who Says My Child Has Behavior Problems in School?;10 Tips for Teachers.


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