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wrap around

(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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David and the faculty members who worked with him during his year and a half at the university all confirmed the success of using a wraparound plan for David.
The wraparound model is typically used for families with children with complex mental health needs across multiple child-serving systems, including mental health, substance abuse service systems, child welfare, juvenile justice, primary health care, developmental disability service systems, and school settings (Winters & Metz, 2009).
Results from more recent studies suggest that culturally sensitive (Beck, 1999; Hamovitch, 1999) and comprehensive schoolwide approaches similar to wraparound counseling help ensure that proper student support and interventions are implemented and sustained (Eber, Sugai, Smith, & Scott, 2002; McDill & Natriello, 1998).
Inspired by Karl Dennis's "Kaleidoscope" program in Chicago, wraparound began in 1985 with the Alaska Youth Initiative, a collaborative effort of social, mental health, and education services that successfully returned youths with complex needs from out-of-state institutions to their communities.
Wraparound was one among a number of person-centered planning approaches for human services that emerged in the 1980s (VanDenBerg, Bruns, & Burchard, 2008).
Wraparound Milwaukee was recognized at the Innovations in American Government Awards ceremony.
Northland nurse Rhonda Zielinski gave a raw, honest and intimate presentation on the kaupapa Maori wraparound service provided by Ngati Whatua health provider Te Ha Oranga.
For example, connecting families of youth with SED to wraparound service providers and becoming a wraparound team member to support implementation of evidence-based treatments is an essential role physicians could play in meeting the complex needs of this population (Cheng et al.
One intervention with an evidence base currently deemed as promising and research-based is the wraparound process (Suter & Bruns, 2009; Washington State Institute for Public Policy, 2016).
According to the company, the 152E Wraparound Labeler has a short delivery time from the HERMA US headquarters in Fairfield, NJ.
They're super-lightweight and, importantly, the wraparound style sits comfortably on my ears, no irritating rubbing or friction even after a few hours out on my bike.
The TOWIE star, 25, is wearing a BOB by Dawn O'Porter skirt which looks great teamed with a crisp, white wraparound blouse.