The language is very plain and simple. There is no medical jargon for me to get my head around and because it is so visual, I can see where I am and where I'm going.

You just can’t do that with a traditional support plan.

Service User

Versions of the Outcomes Star

There are more than 20 versions of the Outcomes Star™

You can preview all published versions of the Outcomes Star from this website. You just need to register to get access to download the preview Star PDFs. You will receive an email containing a link to a private page where all the PDFs are stored.

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Want to get started?

If you have previewed the Stars already and are ready to begin using it, your first step is to buy training and sign up for a licence. Find out more about training and the Star licence.

Find a version that is right for you:

Download preview versions, use the links below to see what is covered by each version, read our brief guide to choosing the right version or contact a member of our team to discuss your service and needs. 

In addition the following are currently in development:

  • Tenancy Star for supporting sustainable tenancies
  • Stars for supporting young people with life changing illnesses, and the parents of young people with life changing illnesses. 

All new versions rely on collaborators to provide the expertise, testing and funding for the development. Find out more about other versions under discussion. To discuss the development of a new version contact Triangle on 020 7272 8765 or

Why are the full versions no longer available on this website?

When the Outcomes Star for homelessness was published in 2006 our aim was to make the tool available as widely as possible to enable as many organisations as possible to evidence and learn from their achievements.  As the suite of Stars grew we took the same approach with the new Stars. Our view at that time was that these were clear and intuitive tools and that our role was simply to make them widely available. We have now learnt from repeated experience that to benefit from using the Stars well requires training and effective data analysis and so training and a license are now required in order to access the full document. Find out more about the thinking behind the change.