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FIND SEX WEBSITE ESCOT GIRLS PERTHThe following privacy notice applies to the adult social care and support services provided by Conwy County Borough Council. It should be read in addition to. May The following privacy notice applies to Adult services. Information collected: Name; Address; DoB; Contact details; Financial Information; Health. 25 May For privacy notices in relation to Warwickshire County Council adult care services see below: Adult Social Care and Support Privacy Notice.
Find out more about cookies. Introduction to our Privacy Notice What information do we hold? Why do we have it and what do we use it for? Who we share information with and why? How long we keep hold of information for. Everything we do with information about living people — such as how we collect it and who we share it with — has to comply with the Data Protection Regulations.
A key part of this is being open about how we use information and what rights you have in respect of it. This notice tells you what information we collect and process about you when you ask for or get help from our Adult Social Care services. We collect and process information about people who have agreed to have support from our Adult Social Care services or who have been referred to our services by others concerned for their welfare.
The information we hold about you varies according to the service you are having but might include the following -. Staff who visit you might keep paper notes about their conversation with you but these will usually be destroyed once relevant information is transcribed to our electronic systems. Some of the information in our databases can be accessed remotely on mobile devices, by staff who visit you in your home.
The Care Act places a duty on us to work closely with health colleagues to ensure the best level of care is delivered to our citizens. It also requires us to consider whether any universal preventative services or other services available locally could help adults and older people stay well for longer. We use the information we have about you to assess your care needs, to draw up a plan of support with you, manage and monitor the quality of our services and to make our statutory statistical returns to government.
We collect only the information that we need to carry out these functions and we ensure that it is used and stored safely and securely. All staff who have access to information about you will have received training on data protection and information security and they work to a code of conduct which requires them to respect the confidentiality of the information about you that they have access to in order to do their jobs. In line with best practice outlined in the Care Act we will always ask you who you are happy for us to share your information with.
In order to provide these services, we hold information about you. This notice provides details of what information we collect from you, what we do with it and who it might be shared with.
We need to process your data in order to ensure that the services we are providing are fit for purpose, efficient and effective whilst meeting our statutory and legal obligations. The information is being collected for the following purposes:. To all of these we report our performance and practice to ensure our standards, conduct and practice adhere to the legislation and public expectation.
Where data is used for statistical, performance and improvement purposes it is anonymised. For all of the purposes detailed, we collect basic personal data so that you can be identified. This can include your name, community health index CHI number, date of birth, age, national insurance number, photographs, and contact details including telephone number, email or address including postcode.
We may also collect information about your next of kin, family members, carers, any power of attorneys or guardianships in place, keyholders to your property, GP, pharmacist and details of any referrals made. In order to support your health and wellbeing we may collect special category sensitive data. Other sensitive information collected can include details on relationship status, nationality, language spoken, racial or ethnic origin, gender, religious beliefs and relationship status.
We may also record any criminal convictions or contact with Police Scotland. This is to ensure public protection. We keep copies of your communications with us and our responses and in some cases may also document any verbal conversations we may have with you.
This record helps us to make informed decisions, monitor our performance and improve the services that we deliver. We may also have a record of your bank details, financial transactions, receipts and budget allocation, in line with Falkirk Council financial procedures and also to prevent financial harm.
We may also take photographs to ensure personalised care and support, social events and promote the services and public information purposes. However, photographs of individuals will only be used for such purposes with you or your proxy's consent. This list is not exhaustive and we may on occasion get information from other sources not listed above. We take our responsibility when processing your data very seriously and would like to assure you that we will only collect, hold and use personal data where is absolutely necessary and proportionate to do so.
We will ensure that your details are kept secure and that we maintain effective safeguards to manage access arrangements, providing adequate training to staff who handle the information provided.
We collect information from you using a variety of different methods, including when you complete one of our forms, when you call, write, email or meet with us. We may also obtain information about you from other council departments or services. In order to meet your health and wellbeing needs we may collect information from those with power of attorney or guardianship and carers, or those responsible for your health care such as your GP.