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Our Unique Programme

The Prosperity Pathway Framework

The Prosperity Pathway Framework is a model that focuses on social and emotional capabilities that are of value to our residents demonstrating their link to outcomes such as educational attainment, employment, healthy relationships and independence in the community. 

The Framework outlines a step by step approach to measuring these capabilities in practice.This Framework will help to address the key challenges and impact on the lives of our residents focussing on reducing negative outcomes and a sustained personal social and emotional development, which evidence shows is fundamental to current and future wellbeing and success. Each person identifies key areas in their lives where they require development and staff support them to set goals in these areas. These goals will be reviewed every 4-6 weeks depending on what is outlined in the care plans.  The setting of goals ensures the treatment and support the residents receive is specific, measurable and focussed on the residents working towards independence. 

Key areas include: 

  • Managing mental health
  • Managing physical health
  • Self love and care
  • Living skills
  • Healthy relationships
  • Creating and maintaining boundaries
  • Education and employment
  • Identity
  • Self respect and self esteem

Key Outcomes

  • Personal and social development: through which our residents develop social and emotional capabilities, including determination, self-control, persistence and self-motivation.
  • Social and emotional capabilities: soft skills or non-cognitive skills, communication, creativity, self confidence, managing feelings, problem solving, leadership skills, resilience and self esteem. 
  • Developing social, communication, and team working skills: the ability to learn from experience, control behaviours, and make good choices; and the self-esteem, resilience, and motivation to persist towards goals and overcome setbacks.


  • Educational development and achievement/ career success: Participation in training, literacy and numeracy, community courses, and activities, taking advice on services to improve education, budgeting and tenancy support.
  • Being Healthy: Psycho-education, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, dietetic education, meal planning and preparation, self regulating and behavioural skills and changing thought patterns.
  • Positive relationships: Those which can also be measured and valued by other people, accessing public services, local communities, and family networks. Having positive relationships, involvement in meaningful, enjoyable activities.