We do update this Policy from time to time so please do review this Policy regularly.
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In running and maintaining our website we may collect and process the following data about you:
When you perform a self-assessment, the ADL Platform system collects data about you in order to provide healthcare related guidance, information and services.
Where we are responding to your specific instructions (either directly or through a third party), we will forward information to others as necessary. (You will NOT receive unsolicited information from commercial companies because of data we collect).
However in addition to your specific requests, there are times when providing access to some or all of your personal data to authorised users from other organisations such as the NHS, Social Services, GPs and the Voluntary Sector, may allow us and them to provide you with better services, and reduce or avoid duplication.
Please contact us in writing if you would like to request what information we hold on you. When you contact us please include your username or email address to aid us in finding your data. We may have to charge a nominal value for the search. Please send your requests to:
Data Subject Request
ADL Smartcare Limited
Sheffield Digital Campus
We do not sell on any information that may identify you.
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