The individual usually presents between stages 1-3, though will vary depending on their circumstances in life. Some residents may work through all stages evenly, some may move up and down often over time. It is also common to get “stuck or stop” at a stage sometimes for long periods of time.

The stages are worked with the resident in 121 support sessions and sometimes in groups. Each person is treated as an individual and the plan is based around their needs and abilities within it. The client needs/skills assessment live matrix document will help indicate and reflect the stages of the pathway plan, and will be recorded accordingly and reviewed/updated every 3 months.

Stage 1: Physical needs

During this stage of living with the Pringle Group, we focus on the key Physiological needs, food, warmth, feeling safe and health.

Stage 2: Mental health & Wellbeing

Builds upon the elements of stage 1 but now includes the Physiological needs - Mental Health, confidence, anger, trust, healthy relationships, self-awareness, addiction and dependency issues.

Stage 3: Platform to grow & develop

This can be a point whereby a person achieves stabilisation. “Or as good as it gets or wants it to be” This is the stage we aim towards with all residents. 

Stage 4: Self Esteem / Ego

The opportunity to progress towards higher levels of self-awareness. This is where self-growth and self-management is achieved towards financial/emotional self-reliance. 

Stage 5: Stable & Sustainability 

Preparation for full independence/self-reliance. 

Stage 6 : Giving & Looking back

Putting what has been achieved back via teaching others (including staff) 


 Ensuring your rent is paid regularly and on time.

 Explaining your tenancy / licence agreement and assisting you abide by it.

 Organising inspections of your property and arranging for any repairs or improvements

    to be carried out, including the replacement of furniture.

 Ensuring that you are aware of your rights under your tenancy agreement.

 Offering you advice and guidance on keeping your property to a reasonable standard

    of hygiene.

 Assisting you to access other support providers as required.

 Liaising with all relevant agencies, both statutory and voluntary, on your behalf.

 Assisting you to reduce rent arrears.

 Dealing with nuisance issues.

 Ensuring that you know how to use equipment safely.

 Providing you with advice and facilitating a move to alternative accommodation as required

 Assisting you to claim Housing Benefit and other welfare benefits.

 Helping to keep you safe by monitoring visitors, including contractors and

    professionals, and by carrying out health and safety and risk assessments of property.

In essence our residents agree to a higher rental as their physical and or cognitive abilities to live safely and independently are "subcontracted" to CPG.