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Team Observation Measure, version 2 (TOM 2.0) (WERT)

Technology No. 6984

The Team Observation Measure, version 2 (TOM 2.0) is designed to assess adherence to indicators of high-quality Wraparound observed during team meeting sessions. It consists of 36 indicators, organized into seven subscales - five dedicated to the key implementation elements of Wraparound (as trained by the National Wraparound Implementation Center and assessed by the WFI-EZ), one that evaluates meeting attendance, and one that assesses facilitation skills.

TOM 2.0 licensees also receive access to and use of WrapStat (the next generation version of WrapTrack), an online data entry and reporting system. The TOM 2.0 is an instrument of the Wraparound Fidelity Assessment System (WFAS), a multi-method approach to assessing the quality of individualized care coordination for youth with complex needs and their families. The WFAS was developed by the Wraparound Evaluation and Research Team (WERT) within the UW School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.

For more information: http://depts.washington.edu/wrapeval/

International Requests:

University of Washington agreements require additional review if the requesting entity is located in, or affiliated with the government of, China (Including Hong Kong; not including Taiwan), Iran, North Korea, Russia, or Syria. For requests from these countries, please allow for an additional month of processing time for a response.

Available Licenses

TOM 2.0 with WrapStat License Agreement:

To license this product, please download the applicable license document from the "Supporting documents" section below. Fill out the necessary fields, obtain the appropriate signatures, and send the completed document to UW CoMotion at license@uw.edu for final review and signature.

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    TOM 2_0 WrapStat w BAA.pdf (746 KB)
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