His practice always seeks to ensure that the same opportunities for quality of life are afforded to every member of society.

Siraaj has nearly a decade of experience working locally, regionally and nationally on issues that disabled people face and in particular at a national level he has worked with the Department of Health on the monitoring and evaluation group for the Confidential Enquiry into the deaths of people with learning disabilities and has sat on the advisory group for Healthwatch England.

More recently Siraaj jointly facilitates the IHaL Advisory Group, which brings together self-advocates with learning disabilities and family carers from around the country and he is heavily involved in the work of the Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR) Programme, which clarifys any potentially modifiable factors associated with a person's death, and works to ensure that these are not repeated elsewhere. Siraaj is also an experienced and inspirational speaker and regularly leads presentations at conferences and as part of his work in achieving ordinary life outcomes for disabled people.