Quality checking tools

Quality Checkers use a range of different tools to help them check the quality of a service. Members of the AQC can use their own Quality Checking tool but it must encompass the principles of citizenship and community living.

Photo of a QC holding flyer or Barry looking at paperwork

Below are some examples of tools used by some of our members.

  • The Quality of Health Principles were written by people with learning disabilities and autism in partnership with people with physical disabilities and sensory impairments, older people and people with mental health difficulties.
    Quality of Health Principles
    The Quality of Health Principles were written by people with learning disabilities and autism in partnership with people with physical disabilities and sensory impairments, older people and people with mental health difficulties.
    22.4.2015
  • Quality of Life Standards
    22.4.2015
  • Keys to Citizenship by Dr Simon Duffy is a guide to getting good support for people with learning disabilities. It was originally published in 2003.
    Seven Keys to Citizenship
    Keys to Citizenship by Dr Simon Duffy is a guide to getting good support for people with learning disabilities. It was originally published in 2003.
    14.1.2015
  • Reach: Support for living an ordinary life is a resource and set of standards to encourage people to explore what support for living an ordinary life looks like.
    The Reach Standards
    Reach: Support for living an ordinary life is a resource and set of standards to encourage people to explore what support for living an ordinary life looks like.
    14.1.2015

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