The CQC recognised creative culture change company
Ladder to the Moon supports social care organisations to deliver outstanding care and improve their business performance. We do this by developing creative climates throughout care services. As a CQC recognised provider we use approaches that incorporate training, coaching and vibrant events. We involve everyone involved in the service: leaders and frontline staff, people living with long-term conditions, and the wider community.
At Ladder to the Moon we offer 3 core services that support Care providers to achieve Outstanding care. These 3 services can be tailored to suit your environment, and at each level we work with you throughout. As recognised by the CQC we offer enabling programmes to take your care business to the next level. With over 12 years of experience in the care sector and multi-award winning services, Ladder to the Moon is unique in the industry as a way to support the development of people and communities. Find out more about our approach here...
Creativity and innovation are at the heart of CQC Outstanding requirements. Our long-term coached leadership programmes enable homes to develop a creative care culture and achieve their CQC rating aspirations.
These programmes raise levels of activity, improve outcomes and build relationships by supporting the co-production and delivery of community events in the care setting.
Enabling activities staff to be a key driver for a culture of activity that everyone is responsible for. Including coaching, training and monthly creative activity boxes.
Founded in 2001 Ladder to the Moon's mission is to build peoples confidence and skills to lead creative approaches in the care sector. As a social enterprise it has come a long way from it's roots providing interactive experiences for people living with dementia, to become a internationally recognised provider of innovative leadership approaches for change, creativity and innovation in the care sector. Since 2005 the company has been led by Chris Gage who was inspired to transform care after his grandmother's' experience living with dementia in a residential home.