Triangle congratulates Frontline Manager of the Year 2020

Triangle announced the winner of the Frontline Manager of the Year category at The Employment Related Services Association (ERSA) Employability Awards 2020 and congratulated Julia Marcus, London Borough of Camden Council on her achievement.

Triangle sponsored the Frontline Manager of the Year award and revealed the results of this category as part of ERSA’s virtual celebration, held to honour the achievements of those working to support jobseekers in their progression in to work.

Graham Randles, Triangle’s Managing Director awarded Julia Marcus, London Borough of Camden Council as this year’s winner. The award recognises her commitment to leading a frontline team to high performance and customer achievements.

Julia has supported hundreds of residents into work in Camden, using a personal and committed style that has made demonstrable impact on the local people. Julia took that learning and developed new ways of supporting residents into good work.

Julia spoke to ERSA further to receiving her award:

 “I passionately believe that good quality employment support can be transformative. We do our best to provide accessible and relational support to residents. And by exploring a whole range of factors – including money, childcare, transport, housing and health – we’re able to get to the heart of the challenges that people face around work. I know there’s so many wonderful services out there, so I’m particularly proud that our approach has been recognised.”

Working with Camden Council, Julia developed the Somers Town Job Hub, a service that connects residents, services and employers around a shared mission to address long-term unemployment. The ‘hub model’ that Julia delivered in Somers Town has since provided a foundation for Good Work Camden, the borough’s new approach to employment support.

 

Graham Randles commented:

 “It was an honour to present Julia with her Award – albeit virtually! Through her dedication, Julia has created a unique and individual approach to involving her local community to design a service. She’s shown an outstanding commitment to supporting jobseekers in their progression into work and is a very worthy winner of this important award.”

Finalists Lorna Beaton, Fedcap Scotland and Lesley Wood, Stockton Job Centre (nominated by Triage Central) were highly commended in the Frontline Manager of the Year category.

Award winners were announced as part of a virtual celebration on Thursday 23rd July 2020. Further details about the ERSA Employability Award winners can be found on the ERSA website.

 

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For more information please email info@triangleconsulting.co.uk. Each Outcomes Star is carefully designed to support the organisations, frontline and keyworkers as well as remain accessible and user friendly for the service users that they support. Triangle have developed specific Outcomes Stars for use within the employment sector, including the Work Star and Pathway Star. Discover which Star is right for your sector.

The Employment Related Services Association (ERSA) is the representative body for the employment support sector. ERSA’s membership spans the private, voluntary, and public sectors and ranges from large multi-nationals through to small specialist charities.

Free client webinars: dates for August

Triangle continues to host a series of free client webinars, and has just announced several dates for the month of August. These free live webinars are for existing Outcomes Star clients and there are limited seats available. An email invite for existing Outcomes Star and Star Online clients will be sent out this week.

These webinars are short video workshops which will be 45 minutes long and which will include a brief presentation, followed by a question and answer session, they are designed to share knowledge, ideas and information with Outcomes Star clients. Each session will be hosted by two of our Triangle and Outcomes Star experts and will focus on a core topic.

There are three main webinars, currently, and their main topics and dates in August are as follows:

Practitioners guide to Star Online

  • Wednesday 29th July, 10am
  • Wednesday 5th August, 10am
  • Monday 10th August, 2pm
  • Monday 17th August, 10am
  • Wednesday 26th August, 2pm
  • Wednesday 2nd September, 11am

How to use the Star remotely (Phone/online)

  •  24th August, 2pm

An introduction to Star Online reports dashboards.

  • Monday 3rd August,   10am
  • Wednesday 19th August, 10am
  •  Monday 7th September,  10am

For more information on the webinars, how to book, or what clients need to do, please take a look at our previous posts, or wait for your invite email. Please note: We have limited spaces available and we expect them to fill up quickly! We will be organising further webinars to meet demand.

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If you have any questions about our webinars, remote training, new Stars, or would like any information on the new Star Online, or anything else, please contact us on info@triangleconsulting.co.uk or +44 (0) 207 272 8765.

Triangle announces Frontline Manager of the Year at ERSA Employability Awards 2020

Triangle has sponsored the Frontline Manager of the Year award at The Employment Related Services Association (ERSA) Employability Awards 2020. Triangle will announce the winner of this category on 22nd July via an online video conference.

ERSA logo on a balloon background

ERSA, the membership body for the employment support sector, hosts the Employability Awards, honouring the achievements of those working to support jobseekers in their progression in to work.

 Triangle, the social enterprise behind the Outcomes Star, supports frontline workers across employment programmes and services, including skills provision, self-employment, and youth employment services.

The Employment Awards are now in their eight year and ERSA has added four new award categories for 2020 to better reflect the diversity of the sector. Triangle has sponsored The Frontline Manager of the Year – a new award category that recognises a frontline manager or team leader who has demonstrated exceptional commitment to leading their frontline team to excellent performance and customer achievements.

Graham Randles, MD of Triangle, said:

“Triangle is proud to sponsor this award given the importance and need to provide exceptional frontline support to jobseekers in their progression into work. The individuals in this category have shown an outstanding commitment and should be applauded for their vital work within their organisations and the sector at large.”

 The shortlisted nominees for all categories were announced last month on UK Employability Day, which saw many organisations, including Triangle, unite across the country to show how they’re supporting people into work.

The finalists for Frontline Manager of the Year include:

Graham RandlesGraham added:

 “The team and I are excited for ERSA’s upcoming Employment Awards ceremony and revealing who has won Frontline Manager of The Year 2020. Best of luck to all the nominees shortlisted for the Awards!”

 Award winners will be announced as part of a virtual celebration on Wednesday 22nd July 2020, 17:00 – 19:00 UK BST. Further details about the ERSA Employability Awards can be found on the ERSA website.

 

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For more information please email info@triangleconsulting.co.uk. Each Outcomes Star is carefully designed to support the organisations, frontline and keyworkers as well as remain accessible and user friendly for the service users that they support. Triangle have developed specific Outcomes Stars for use within the employment sector, including the Work Star and Pathway Star. Discover which Star is right for your sector.

The Employment Related Services Association (ERSA) is the representative body for the employment support sector. ERSA’s membership spans the private, voluntary, and public sectors and ranges from large multi-nationals through to small specialist charities.

Webinar: The Outcomes Star as a key work and evaluation tool in the employment sector

On Wednesday 8th July Triangle will be hosting an ERSA Webinar. This webinar is an introduction to the Outcomes Stars used in the Employability sector. The webinar will consist of an introduction to the Work Star and Pathway Star followed by a Q&A.

Reserve your place now

This webinar is a part of the ERSA Building Partnerships 2.0 summer webinar series.

The Outcomes Stars are evidence-based tools for measuring and supporting change when working with people. They are a great way for frontline services to demonstrate their impact whilst improving their keywork. The Work Star and the Pathway Star are both tailored specifically to the employment sector.

The Outcomes Stars are evidence-based tools for measuring and supporting change when working with people.

The Work Star has been designed for use with adults out of work or returning to the workplace. It provides a holistic framework for services to use when supporting service users, as well as a simple way of measuring progress to work.

The 3rd Edition of the Work Star was published in 2017 with input from the Department of Work and Pensions (Essex Social Justice Team), Prospects, Hounslow Council and The LightBulb.

The Pathway Star is the Outcomes Star for people overcoming barriers to work and is designed for use with people who need considerable support if they are to move towards work. This includes people currently facing significant barriers to work, such as health or housing problems, substance misuse, crime, domestic abuse, family culture (including generations of people not in work) or household finances.

The Pathway Star was developed by Triangle with service providers and commissioners from Liverpool City Region Combined Authority.

On behalf of everyone here at Triangle we look forward to seeing you at the Webinar and would like to extend a big thanks to ERSA and finally please sign up for our newsletter if you haven’t already.

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Each Outcomes Star is carefully created in collaboration with sector organisations, for more information on which Stars are suitable for your sector please contact us or take a look at Find your Star. If you have any questions on which Star to use, or if you would like any information on the new Star Online, or anything else, please contact us on info@triangleconsulting.co.uk or +44 (0) 207 272 8765.

Covid-19 update July

Please note that we have recently been working at reduced staff levels and there may be some delay in getting back to you.

Online training and remote use of the Star

Like so many, we have adapted fast to the impact of Covid-19. We’re all working from home but still open and active, the Star Online is running and we are responding by phone, email, and video meetings, so in some ways it is business as per usual. In other ways, everything has changed.

We support service providers across health and social care to use the Star. Many are working with the most vulnerable people. We are hearing how they are finding ways to respond and to support their service users and learning more about how we can help.

Do contact us by phone tel: 020 7272 8765 email info@triangleconsulting.co.uk or get in touch with your main Triangle contact. The Outcomes Star can be used well by phone or video link we provide Outcomes Star training remotely, by video link to those working from home, and continue to support implementation of the Star.

Please sign up for our newsletter if you haven’t already, to receive timely updates.

As the situation and government advice changes, we are monitoring the situation closely and will update our response accordingly.

Introducing a series of free Outcomes Star webinars

As part of our commitment to provide support and resources to our clients, Triangle will be hosting a series of free live webinars via Zoom over the coming weeks.

These webinars are short video workshops which will be 45 minutes long and which will include a brief presentation, followed by a question and answer session, they are designed to share knowledge, ideas and information with Outcomes Star clients. Each session will be hosted by two of our Triangle and Outcomes Star experts and will focus on a core topic.

There are three main webinars, currently, and their main topics will be as follows:

  1. Practitioners guide to Star Online
  2. How to use the Star remotely (Phone/online)
  3. An introduction to Star Online reports dashboards.

Please note: We have limited spaces available and we expect them to fill up quickly! If the webinars are full please contact us to register your interest and we can organise further webinars to meet demand.

Webinar 1: A practitioners guide to the new Star Online

Webinar 1: Practitioners Guide to the Star OnlineThis webinar will introduce you to the new Star Online features including setting up engagements and managing notifications. It will also cover all the main tasks practitioners do:

  • creating a service user
  • adding Stars and Action Plans
  • navigating the Help Centre and
  • locating the Star resources you need.

This webinar is ideal as an orientation session for all practitioners and managers using or about to use Star Online version 2.

 

Webinar 2: How to use the Star remotely (via phone or online)

TWebinar 2: How to use the Star remotelyhis webinar will be of interest to any practitioners, who due to the current social distancing measures, are completing or thinking of completing Stars with service users via phone or online platforms. We will share our top tips on making this work.

 

 

 

 

 

Webinar 3: Introduction to the Star Online reports dashboard

Webinar 3: An Introduction to Star Online reports dashboardThis webinar will explore the Star Online reports dashboard. It will cover:

  • the three new report dashboards for implementation, snapshot and distance travelled reporting
  • how to use the filters
  • how to think about engagements to create instant and engaging charts that can be downloaded to add to any report or funding bid.

The webinar will also discuss what the reports can tell you about how Stars are being used in a service and the progress made by service users. This webinar is ideal for Managers and anyone responsible for producing reports on Outcomes Star data.

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General Outcomes Star webinar FAQ’s

Are these webinars free and how can I book my place?

As an existing client, you should have been sent an email with the dates and information, just RSVP to the dates you can make, or contact us for more information.  The webinars are all free.

What are the dates and times?
  • Monday 1st June, 10am -Webinar 1: How to Use Star Online (Practitioners Guide)
  • Wednesday 3rd June, 10am – Webinar 2: How to Use Star Remotely (Phone/Online)
  • Wednesday 10th June, 2pm – Webinar 1: How to Use Star Online (Practitioners Guide)
  • Thursday 11th June, 10am  – Webinar 3: Introduction to the Star Online reports dashboard [FULL]
  • Monday 15th June, 10am  – Webinar 3: Introduction to the Star Online reports dashboard
  • Wednesday 17th June, 2pm – Webinar 2: How to Use Star Remotely (Phone/Online)
  • Thursday 18th June, 10am – Webinar 1: How to Use Star Online (Practitioners Guide)
  • Monday 22nd June, 10am  – Webinar 3: Introduction to the Star Online reports dashboard
  • Tuesday 23rd June, 2pm – Webinar 1: How to Use Star Online (Practitioners Guide)
  • Monday 29th June, 2pm – Webinar 1: How to Use Star Online (Practitioners Guide)
Can’t make the webinars?

Don’t worry, contact us anyway to register your interest and we can organise further webinars to meet demand.

Who will benefit from these webinars?

Existing clients, keyworkers, practitioners, Licensed Trainers may all benefit from the webinars. Managers in particular may benefit from attending Webinar 3: Introduction to the Star Online reports dashboard.

How do I reserve my space?

If you are an existing client, you will have been sent an email invitation to book your place. If you have not received this email, if the date you would like is full, or if you are a prospective client and would like to find out more about the Outcomes Star, please contact us for more information and to register your interest.

The webinars are full, how do I book another one?

We have limited spaces available, there are 50 spaces for Webinar 1, and only 25 spaces for Webinars 2 and 3 and we expect them to fill up quickly! If the webinars are full please contact us to register your interest and we can organise further webinars to meet demand.

What will I need to do?

All you need to do is RSVP and book your place, and then log on to Zoom or follow the link to the webinar on the date and time of your choosing.

 

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If you have any questions about our webinars, remote training, new Stars, or would like any information on the new Star Online, or anything else, please contact us on info@triangleconsulting.co.uk or +44 (0) 207 272 8765.

 

 

Year in review: Shining brightly in uncertain times

Joy MacKeith, one of Triangle’s directors and co-founders, and co-author of the Outcomes Stars, explores her year in review, and shares her thoughts on the impact and successes of 2019, including the new Star Online and new Stars.

It’s week one back in the office after my new year’s break. My inbox is surprisingly full and the office is already buzzing with activity. Not everyone has taken two weeks off it seems. Before taking a deep breath and diving into the patiently waiting emails I allow myself the luxury of a moment to reflect on a very busy 2019 and anticipate what 2020 has in store.

Star Online 2 is unveiled

For me 2019 will always be the year that we built our new, improved software system and 2020 will be the year that the one thousand organisations working with the Star Online started to use it. The initial feedback from those who helped us test it in development has been amazing. I know many of our clients will be particularly excited about the reporting capability, with new visuals, new customisation and new time period reporting options. Other new features will make it much easier to manage implementation and data quality.  The fact that we now have a state-of-the-art platform for further developments is also very exciting. An off-line app is high on the list of new features we have planned. The new system is now live for new clients.  A massive thanks goes to Sarah Owen, our team member, who has led the project and QES our software development partners.

Making an impact

I will also remember 2019 as the year we conducted our strategic review. Thirteen years since the publication of the first Star it was time to look at how well the suite of tools had stood the test of time and how Triangle and the Star need to develop to stay at the cutting edge of practice. As part of the review we carried out a summer survey of our clients to find out what difference the Star makes. I know that people love the Star, so I was expecting broadly positive findings, but the level of appreciation and impact took me by surprise. Here are a few highlights:

  • 87% of Star users report that their keywork is more effective as a result of using the Star
  • 81% said that Star data reports enabled them to monitor and report on their outcomes more effectively
  • 95% say that the Star supports good conversations and collaboration between staff and service users
  • 92% say that helps service users to get an overview of their situation
  • 93% say that the Star supports person-centered, strengths-based working
  • 92% say that the Star is motivating for staff and service users because it makes change visible.

There were so many stand-out findings that it is hard not to keep adding more, but you get the idea. Of course there are always things that can be improved, but it was heartening to hear that many of the developments people were asking for focused around the Star Online so it was wonderful to know that in just a few months those needs would be met.

Not only do the findings underline the positive way that the Star helps workers take an enabling, strengths-based approach, but they are also a powerful affirmation of Triangle’s decision to invest heavily in implementation support through our client services team, our trainers and our regionally based implementation leads.

Research shows that better results are obtained from good implementation of a poor tool than from poor implementation of a good one. We aim to provide both an excellent tool and excellent implementation support. It is so affirming to see that this powerful combination is really making a difference. 

The strategic review concluded that the Star is a tool whose time has now come because of the increasing recognition of the importance of person-centred, outcomes focused collaborative working. Although it is well known in some sectors and regions, it is still largely unknown in many others so the potential for further impact is substantial. A key theme for 2020 and beyond will therefore be doing more to communicate what the Star is, the way that it can transform service delivery and the wealth of research behind it.

An organisation with a mission

As well as fact finding, our strategic review also involved some deep reflection and soul searching on Triangle’s role in the current service delivery climate. We are painfully aware that the service delivery landscape has changed since 2006 when the first version of the Star was published. Assumptions that if someone is motivated to change then the services will be there to support them no longer hold. Many services are now much lighter touch and can find it challenging to make the time for an in-depth conversation about needs and plans. This has resulted in requests for ‘lighter touch’ or self-completion Stars.

Should the Star stick to its original formulation as a comprehensive and reflective tool or adapt to new realities? There are no easy answers, but we have re-affirmed and sharpened our mission as an organisation that is committed to both advocating for an enabling approach to service delivery and helping service providers make this a reality in practice.

We now begin a new strand of work to shape the debate around what matters in service delivery through research, blogs, conference presentations and making links with the many others advocating for this kind of approach.

Drawing together the evidence base

The Outcomes Star was born out of practice rather than research and quickly took root because many organisations were hungry for a tool that would evidence the effectiveness of their work without getting in the way. When they discovered that the Star positively helped them achieve their outcomes, there was no stopping it. 

As a result, the formal research evidence for the Star lagged behind its use. 2019 was the year that changed and we were finally able to draw together a decade of work on validation to publish psychometric factsheets on nearly all versions (we are still collecting the data on very recently published Stars). 2020 will see the publication of a paper in a peer-reviewed journal setting out the psychometric properties of the Family Star Plus, the most widely used of the suite of Stars. This is an incredibly important landmark for us in establishing the Outcomes Star as a different kind of tool that straddles the aims of both promoting and evidencing change.

Hello and goodbye

Closer to home, 2019 has been an important year of hellos and goodbyes. Hello to our first Managing Director, Graham Randles, who joined us from the New Economics Foundation consultancy service, and goodbye to Paul Muir, our Operations Director who pioneered our work on implementation support and much else besides. Hello to Tamara Hamilton who will be covering Sarah Owen’s maternity leave this year and goodbye to Susan Goodbrand who covered Emily Lamont’s maternity leave. Goodbye also to Roxanne Timmis who has moved on to an exciting new role with Think Ahead, a charity that supports graduates into mental health social work. Best of all, we have said hello to four new babies including Ziya Nisi born on 28th December to Giorgia, one of the staff at Unique Outcomes, our Australian implementation partner.

And finally

Triangle also gave birth to five new Stars in 2019 in a year of unprecedented Star development activity. We now have a Star for preparing for the end of life. Together with our Parent and Baby Star this means the Stars really can take you from cradle to grave.  2020 sees the publication of our new 3-5 year plan, a project to build on interest in the Star in the USA, the full implementation of our new software system and much more besides. 

It is incredible to see how something that started as an approach for one organisation in one sector has evolved and flourished over so many sectors and countries around the world. As we approach a very uncertain new decade, it gives me hope that when people collaborate to address specific issues with commitment, persistence, flexibility and creativity, we really can make a difference.

Graphic introducing the Planning Star - linking to the Planning Star webpage
Image introducting the Preparation Star - linking to the Preparation Star webpage
Image introducing the Pathway Star with a graphic linking to a blog on how the Pathway Star is a person-centered tool
Graphic introducing the Recovery Star Fourth Edition, linking to a blog post on the new Star
Image linking to a blog post introducing the new My Mind Star for use with organisations supporting young people's mental health and well-being

If you have any questions about our new Stars, or would like any information on the new Star Online, or anything else, please contact us on info@triangleconsulting.co.uk or +44 (0) 207 272 8765.

Christmas newsletter round-up

Our December 2019 newsletter round-up included news on the new and improved Star Online system, as well as new and upcoming Outcomes Stars. Our directors have recently attended several conferences and share their thoughts and reflections on the events: Sara Burns shares her thoughts on Hospice UK’s annual conference while Joy MacKeith shares her reflections on the Mental Health Conference. We also included information on our new Stars.

Other updates included

  • The new Star Online system is now live for new clients, find out more about the system and watch a short video of it in action: the new Star Online
  • We have recently published the Pathway Star, a new Star for the employment sector: read our blog exploring how it can help vulnerable service users in overcoming challenges and taking steps towards the world of work.
  • We have recently published two more new Stars: the Planning Star which is a vital new tool for organisations working with unaccompanied asylum-seeking children and the Preparation Star, a new Outcomes Star to support individuals in living well right to the end.

Read the full newsletter here.

Contact Triangle at info@triangleconsulting.co.uk or +44(0) 20 7272 8765 for more information on our Outcomes Stars, the new Star Online and our licence and training options. Sign up for our newsletter here.

Pathway Star points the way for person-centred employment services

For people who are unemployed and struggling with mental illness, addiction, homelessness, family difficulties, trauma or other complex issues, the idea of finding a job can seem very far away. Traditional employment support often fails these people, and no wonder. If your life is upside down, classes in CV writing or job search can feel irrelevant, out of reach or even downright insulting.

That’s why “person-centred” support – a term widely used in care services – is becoming more widespread in employment services. A number of innovative programmes now offer bespoke one-to-one help for people with complex needs, with advocates focusing on helping individuals to overcome the specific challenges they face. It takes a high level of investment, but it’s increasingly seen as the best way to help vulnerable people take steps towards the world of work.

An outcomes tool for vulnerable people

The Pathway Star has been created for services and programmes like this. Launched this month by Triangle Consulting Social Enterprise, it’s an outcomes tool that helps guide keywork and conversations, with the focus on helping people move towards work rather than necessarily finding a job. Above all, it’s person-centred. It’s structured around the individual and the barriers they face to employment – things like stability at home, household finances, family and relationships and emotional well-being.

People who have been out of work for years may be facing multiple issues, from mental health problems to abuse. For a person with high anxiety, perhaps facing the threat of eviction, it’s hard to find the energy or motivation to attend an appointment, let alone take part in a group class – even if failing to turn up means losing benefits. Being required to search for work can add to an already huge burden of worries.

Using the Pathway Star, a worker can start with any area the person feels able to talk about. It’s completed collaboratively, and the person is free to place themselves on the scales, with the worker supporting, asking questions or challenging if that feels appropriate.

“It’s not a question of ticking boxes,” says Triangle director Sara Burns, who developed the Pathway Star in partnership with Liverpool Households into Work (HiW). “It’s a conversation, and as people get some of the support they desperately need, they’re more able to engage with it and see where they are now and how their lives can improve.” 

At the beginning of each of the Pathway Star’s eight scales, people are held back by issues such as poor health, poor housing, money problems or family culture, and are not able to talk about them. At the top of each scale they have been able to address the problem, with support, and while it may still be there, it no longer represents a barrier to work for that individual.

For service users, seeing their situation and their progress in a simple visual form can be powerful. “I got a surprise regarding my progress over the last few months,” said one person on the HiW pilot. “I’m pleased I’ve got some change in my life where I wanted help.”

Work Star™ or Pathway Star™?

Many employment support services already use the Work Star to support people to return to work or to find a job for the first time. It covers the traditional areas of employment support – skills and experience, aspiration and motivation, job search skills and the like, but also has two areas for drilling down into the person’s context – their health and well-being and the level of stability they have in their life.

“The Work Star is ideal for mainstream services or for people who need help with navigating job search or brushing up on skills,” says Juliet Kemp, Star implementation lead at Triangle.  “But if you’re a service working with people who are far from being job-ready and you’re offering in-depth, holistic support, take a look at the Pathway Star. From what we’ve seen so far, it’s a really persuasive tool in helping people to change.”

Triangle recently presented the Pathway Star at the British Association for Supported Employment’s annual conference, along with a workshop to demonstrate the benefits of using the tool. The Pathway Star and the Work Star are available to all organisations with a Star licence and full training can be given for workers and managers. Find out how to get started .

If you have any questions about our new Stars, any queries about the Pathway Star, or you would just like find out more about how the Stars can support your service users, keyworkers and organisation, please contact us on info@triangleconsulting.co.uk or +44 (0) 207 272 8765.


September newsletter round-up

Our September newsletter included updates on the Star Online system. We also introduced two new Outcomes Stars for mental health, the My Mind Star and the new and improved edition of the Recovery Star as well as updated research for the new edition of the Recovery Star™

Find out more

  • My Mind Star™ is an Outcomes Star for building and tracking well-being and resilience in young people and is for young people’s mental health and well-beining
  • The new and improved edition of the Recovery Star™: the Outcomes Star for mental health and well-being. This Star has been designed to support and measure progress towards recovery for adults experiencing mental health issues and contains changes to make the Star more appropriate, accessible and effective.
  • The updated Psychometric validation of the Recovery Star.

Read the full newsletter here.

Contact Triangle at info@triangleconsulting.co.uk or +44(0) 20 7272 8765 for more information on our Outcomes Stars or to find out more about how the Star can empower service users and keyworkers to make and measure positive change. Sign up for our newsletter here.