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(Or "wraparound", "wrap") The action of a counter that starts again at zero or at "minus infinity" (see infinity) after its maximum value has been reached, and continues incrementing, either because it is programmed to do so or because of an overflow (as when a car's odometer starts again at 0).
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Wraparound teams are led by a facilitator, also called the "resource coordinator," whose caseloads typically range from between four and six families.
Our results failed to demonstrate any meaningful changes on outcome measures during the first six months of participation in comprehensive wraparound services among 15 participating children and their families in rural Georgia.
In wraparound work, it is believed that the youth's problematic behaviors communicate an unmet need.
In response to the lack of individualized and coordinated services for children with EBD and their families, the wraparound approach was developed to provide services within a system of care.
This system will set the standard for curved-screen, wraparound immersion and image quality," said Kurt Hoffmeister, vice president of engineering, Mechdyne.
Wraparound corner windows in the pavilion give diagonal views across the pastoral landscape.
In Australia there is some interest in wraparound or individualised models of care as an alternative to traditional modes of child welfare funding and service delivery.
If you had muttonchop sideburns or a handlebar mustache, short-cropped hair, gold chains clanking on you chest, boots at all times, wraparound glasses of a certain tint, and telltale amyl nitrate burns around your nostrils, you didn't need to have a mirror.
Systems of care work with children more in their natural contexts, providing flexible, individualized services that are based on their needs, as opposed to applying a limited range of traditional services that are linked to specific places or programs, Central to this approach is a process, known as wraparound planning, which is used to create unique and flexible service plans (Burchard, Burchard, Sewell, & Van Den Berg, 1993; Cole & Poe, 1993; Lourie, 1994; Stroul, 1993; Van Den Berg & Grealish, 1996).
I'm no Margaret Mead (although one Halloween, I did wear sensible shoes, a wraparound sarong over my regular clothes, bangs, and a big walking stick), but from what I've seen in Aberdeen and other military trials, I'd have to conclude that it's time to get men out of the military.
But, when we asked the plan providers how many allow nonqualified wraparound arrangements to maximize deferrals of highly compensated employees, it wasn't a shoo-in.
The IRS, in a private latter ruling, approved the use of a non-qualified 401(k) wraparound plan that could enable highly compensated employees to defer the maximum permissible amounts to a qualified 401(k) plan and reduce employer's administrative burdens.