Quality of Life reviews are a person-centred way of measuring how services and community supports enable people to have a good quality of life, as valued members of their community, making choices about their own lives which lead to greater independence. These reviews measure how services and supports unlock a life and an individual's potential. Our review team, made up of people with lived experience and professional experience are commissioned to carry out a review.

Since the organisation was formed in 2002, people with learning disabilities have had a passionate commitment, checking the quality of local services. From 2004, teams of people with learning disabilities wrote the first set of Quality of Life standards. Quite simply these standards told commissioners and service providers what they expected in terms of support. Community inclusion, personalisation, choice and control and basic human rights underpinned these standards. Over the years the standards have been reviewed by disabled people. They are used as the measure for Quality of Life reviews.