See the Outcomes StarsTM
Each version of the Outcomes Star is designed to be a sector-wide tool and is created in collaboration with services and service users to make sure it meets the particular needs of each sector.
The first step is to make sure an Outcomes Star is suitable for your service. Outcomes Star tools will work for frontline services who:
- Offer keywork and 1:1 conversations and support with service users
- Work with service users over time, for more than 6 weeks
- Work in a holistic way, addressing multiple and complex areas of a person’s life
If you are not sure if these apply to your service, please contact Triangle to talk through the context of your service as a first step.
Discover which version is right for you by looking through the list below, check out our guidance in the Resources section or talk to Triangle about your service. Once you know which version is right for you, you can download free previews of the Star here.
For adults managing ADHD
For children living with ADHD
For people in the caring role
Want to get started?
If you know which version or versions of the Star you want to use in your service and you have previewed the relevant resources already, your next step is to decide how you want to use the Star (and therefore which type of Star licence you need) and which of the Star training option is right for you. You can either explore these choices yourself by going to our Terms and Prices page, or just get in touch with Triangle to discuss your needs.
The following Stars are currently in development:
- A Star for supporting people at end of life
- A Star for first time young mothers
- A Star for parents focusing on building and maintaining strong relationships
- A Star for perinatal mental health
- A Star for people overcoming barriers to work
- A Star for young people managing their mental health
Interested in developing new Stars?
The following Stars have been discussed with interested organisations but have not yet got the collaborators needed to start development:
- For unaccompanied asylum seeking children
- For people living with dementia
- For mindfulness and stress reduction
- For people exiting gangs and gang culture
- For people with an acquired brain injury
- For campaigning organisations
- For family members of people with addictions
- For victims/survivors of crime
- For perpetrators of domestic abuse
- For children with motor learning difficulties