The Outcomes Star is an evidence-based tool for supporting and measuring change

Welcome to Triangle’s July 2021 newsletter

2020/2021 been a rich and interesting time at Triangle. We have a lot of news to share. In 2020 we quickly settled into delivering remote training, supporting services to use the Outcomes Star and migrated all clients to our advanced new Star Online platform. 2021 has presented opportunities to take forward new ideas and re-engage with plans put on hold in 2020.
We have been talking, listening, writing and publishing.  Including, a major think piece on service delivery, several blogs, new Stars, new edition Stars and new resources. We are also progressing long-planned reviews of major Stars, to ensure the Stars are even more trauma-informed, strengths based and relevant.
  1. NEW whitepaper: How can social provision achieve more?
  2. Feedback request: Family Stars & Homelessness Star under review
  3. Latest Triangle blog posts (4)
  4. Case study: National rollout of the Empowerment Star in New Zealand
  5. Carers Star: NEW Flashcards – sets for adult and young carers
  6. Justice Star: Trauma informed language enhancements
  7. Youth Star 2: New edition
  8. New Star: The Integration Star
  9. New Star: Gambling Recovery Star
  10. Staff news

NEW whitepaper: How can social provision achieve more?

We know many people with chronic issues and complex needs are not well served by current provision. However, twenty years of synthesised front-line practitioner wisdom has uncovered the six fundamental principles of effective help.
Our Enabling Help Report written by Joy Mackeith, co-founder and strategic director for Triangle, outlines why a rethink of the ideas that drive the service delivery system is essential.  It shows how a new set of ideas can unlock the potential in research, policymaking, commissioning and the way services are delivered and managed. Read our blog post about Enabling Help
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Feedback request: Family Stars & Homelessness Star under review

Triangle is constantly learning from clients, and we need your feedback to keep the Stars as valuable and helpful as possible.  
The Family Star review process is currently underway (Family Star, Family Star Plus and Family Star (Early Years).
We are inviting your feedback on the Family Stars NOW.

Latest Triangle blog posts:


Latest Triangle Case Study

Using the Empowerment Star – Women’s refuge New Zealand and the Empowerment Star successful national roll-out (10 min read)

Carers Star Flashcards: for young carers

In March, we introduced new Flashcards for young carers and young adult carers. These are designed to work alongside the existing Carers Star and some of the wording has been altered to make it more relevant and accessible for young people.

We have also recently published a set of flashcards to be used with the Victim of Crime Star.

Justice Star: Trauma informed language enhancements

In October 2020 we published edition 1.2 of the Justice Star, with some of the language adjusted to be even more trauma informed. All clients who use the Justice Star or work in the sector were emailed with information about the updates but do check you are using the latest edition.

Youth Star 2:  New edition

We published Edition 2 of the Youth Star in May 2021.  The Youth Star is designed to support services working with young people in the youth work and community sectors and the new edition responds to service provider feedback over several years.

Learn about the changes and how organisations can transition to the edition 2.

New Star: The Integration Star

New Star: Gambling Recovery Star

In April, Triangle launched the new Gambling Recovery Star along with our International Service Providers in Australia Unique Outcomes.  Unique Outcomes Co-Director, Paul Montgomery, gave us a little insight into the event.

Staff news

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