Definitions for "Wraparound"
a garment, as a dress, made with a full-length opening and adjusted to the figure by wrapping around the body.
A play in which the puck carrier goes behind the net, then moves the puck quickly in front in an attempt to stuff the puck into the goal.
a garment (as a dress or coat) with a full length opening; adjusts to the body by wrapping around
Text that's indented around a photo or artwork; also called a runaround or skew.
When the text reaches the end of a line or column, a line feed is generated and the text continues on the following line.
See runaround.
Results when an existing assumable loan is combined with a new loan, resulting in an interest rate somewhere between the old rate and the current market rate. The payments are made to a second lender or the previous homeowner, who then forwards the payments to the first lender after taking the additional amount off the top.
A financing device that permits an existing loan to be refinanced and new money to be advanced at an interest rate between the rate charged on the old loan and the current market interest rate. The creditor combines or “wraps” the remainder of the old loan with the new loan at the intermediate rate.
An original loan obligation remains stationary, while a new amortizing obligation wraps around the other loan. One payment is made (many times to an escrow holder), out of which the underlying payment is made, with the remainder going to the seller.
Wraparound is not a program or a service - It's a process and an approach. Used with individual students, based on unique child and family needs, built upon child, family and provider strengths, uses traditional and non-traditional interventions, encompasses multiple life domains, resources are blended, services are planned, implemented, and evaluated by a team, team supports child, family and providers, and unconditional - if the plan doesn't work change it.
an installment sale and the payments you receive may be taxed as you receive them