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LLDA Website Terms and Conditions
These are the terms and conditions of our LambethLDA website.
This website is owned by the Lambeth Learning Disability
The terms Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly, LambethLDA , Lambeth LDA or LLDA refers to the owner of this website. The term ‘you’ refers to the user or peson looking at this website.
Access to the website
Access to this website is allowed on a temporary basis, and we reserve the right to remove or change the service we provide on this website without warning.
There are some parts of this website where we limit access to users who have registered with us or for committee or specific individuals only. This is necessary for reasons of privacy and monitoring.
Changes to the website
From time to time, we will update sections on this website. However, at any given time, any of the content or information on this website may be out of date, and we are under no obligation to update that content or information.
Although our ‘webmaster’ and others spend a lot of to keep this website up and running smoothly, there may be occasions when we need to close areas of the website, or maybe just stop access for a while. We will also not be responsible if for any reason parts or all of this website is unavailable for any time at any period.
Copyright and re-production of content
Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly owns the name and logo of Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly. You cannot use it without first getting our permission – don’t be afraid to ask, we usually allow it if it will be used properly.
This website contains material which is owned by or licensed to us. This material includes, but is not limited, to, the design, layout, look, appearance and graphics. If any materials, pictures or videos on this website are owned by someone else, it will say they are. It will be your responsibility to get permission to use them from the relevant person or organisation.
Everything on this website is for information only and you may only use it for your own use. It must not be used for any profitable gain.
You can use the information on this website to share it with other people as long as you say it came from Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly.
You must not change any information, pictures or videos that you get from this website. You must only use information, pictures or videos exactly as they appear on the website, and if you use a video you got from this website you must not use just part of it.
Links to and from this website
Our website contain many links to other websites and resources that are not owned by Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly. These links are provided for your own information only.
We have no control over the content of third party websites or materials and accept no responsibility for them, as well as any loss or damage that may occur from your use of them.
You are responsible for checking if the information on any other websites that you link to from this website is accurate or correct, as well as anything that you might buy from another website. Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly is not responsible for your use of any websites that are not owned by us.
The existence of a link from any organisation’s website to this website does not mean that we approve of the activities or views of that organisation. And it doesn’t suggest any form of association or imply that we endorse the organisation, individual or product etc.
Commentary, advice and other materials posted by people outside of Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly on our website should not be relied upon. We do not accept any liability or responsibility arising from any reliance placed on such materials by any visitor to this website, or by anyone who may be informed by any of its content.
Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly does not accept any liability for loss or damage that you may experience as a result of connection with our website, use of our website, websites linked to or from this website, or any material posted on our website. This includes loss or damage without limitation, indirect or resulting loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits. Your use of this website and any disagreement arising as a result of using it is subject to the laws of England and Wales.
Changes to these terms and conditions
If you do not understand these conditions and need things explained, please contact us and we will be happy to support you.
what information we collect
why we collect it
what we do with it
when we may share it with others
how you can access and update your information.
Why do we collect your personal data?
Basically, it helps make the way we communicate and work with you better.
We believe in a world where people with a learning disability and carers are valued equally, listened to and included. We need you to help us make this happen, and collecting your personal data enables us to learn what different methods of communication work best.
So, what all this means is: when you use our website or services, you are agreeing for us to store and process your personal data. The ways we do that are explained in this policy.
Want to change the communications you get from us?
If you want us to stop sending you emails or contacting you, just let us know and we will stop!
What is in this policy?
Here is a more detailed list of things you will learn about in this policy:
who we are
what types of information we collect
how we will use your information
how and when we share your information with others
how long we will keep your information
how you can access your personal information
updating your preferences and stopping communication from us
making changes to your personal information
how we store your information
following links to third party websites (we’ll explain these too).
Changes to this policy
This policy may change, but we will always have the latest version on our website. It there are any major changes, we will add a notice on our website. This policy was last updated on 10th January 2018
Who we are
We are the Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly
We are a constituted organisation for people with a learning disability and carers to come together to talk about things that are affecting them - and what they want to see happen. The job of the assembly is to make sure their voice is heard by all the people who make the decisions that affect us - the council, the heath decision makers - like the CCG, hospital trusts, health and wellbeing board, the police, social care commissioners… The assembly is your voice, your way of being heard.
What types of information do we collect?
This means any information that may be used to identify you, such as your name, telephone number, postal and email addresses, and your bank details if you are supporting us financially.
How do we collect this information?
There are two main ways that we collect this information: directly and indirectly, including use of third parties (this is explained below).
What does ‘directly’ mean?
We collect information when you do things such as:
register on our website
request a service from us
fundraise on our behalf
donate to us
sign up to a campaign
donate goods to us or / and add Gift Aid to any donations
give personal data to us.
What does ‘indirectly’ mean?
What does ‘third party’ mean?
This means other organisations that we collect data from, but only when you have given them permission. You may give these organisations permission at various times, for example when buying something from a mail order catalogue or joining certain membership organisations. The data we receive depends on your agreement with the organisation. We may also receive information from online services you use such as Facebook or Twitter if you have given them permission to share this with us.
How we use your information
We collect your information because we need it to help us do what you ask us, keep in touch with you, and offer you information that is relevant to you. So, things like:
providing any information or services you have requested
activating your registration on LLDA Online Forum (if you choose to join)
keeping a record of any communications between us and you, for example emails and phone calls
keeping a record of other interactions too, such as requests for leaflets or attending an event
managing and improve how we communicate with you – how you prefer to be contacted, and what information you want to receive. We might contact you about our campaigns, events, appeals, volunteering, news, information and advice, and games, as well as other ways you can support Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly
researching the interests, behaviours, demographics (for example, age, sex, income), and trends of the people who are using our information, and range of services, both support and non-support related. We may ask if you wish to take part in more research, such as surveys or focus groups, but this will be voluntary (your choice)
creating a profile of what we think might interest you, so that we can offer you relevant communications. We may use your previous communication with us to try and predict how you may respond to different activities
getting more information about you from third parties, such as your age, telephone number, email address, or new address if you move. This helps us keep our records up to date, ensuring we continue to send you the most relevant communications – if you have chosen to receive them
responding to complaints or queries and look into any legal claims.
We may use information that is available to the public, such as your location, social media accounts and your potential wealth to find similar people to you who might be able to donate.
How and when we share your information with others
We will not sell or rent your information to third party organisations, and we will not share your personal information for others to use in their marketing or fundraising.
We may use carefully selected companies to provide services on our behalf, including delivering postal mail, sending emails, analysing data and processing credit card payments. We will only provide those companies with the information they need to deliver the relevant service, and we make sure that your data is treated with the same level of care as if we were handling it directly.
Legal reasons for sharing information
We will share personal information with companies, organisations or individuals outside of Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly if we strongly believe that access, use, storing or sharing of the information is reasonably necessary to:
meet any relevant law, regulation, legal process or lawful governmental request
put in force relevant terms of service, including investigation of potential violations
detect, prevent or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues
protect against harm to the rights, property or safety of Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly, the people we support or the public, as required or permitted by law.
If any of the above does not make sense, get in touch and we will be happy to support you to understand it.
How long we keep your information
We will hold your information for as long as you have an active relationship with Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly.
How you can access your personal information.
You can access the personal information we hold. To get a copy of this, please write or contact us by email making a request to Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly at the addresses on our ‘Contact’ page.
If you would rather speak to someone, please contact any member of the assembly committee.
Updating your preferences and unsubscribing
You are in control of how we contact you, for example by post or email.
You can control this by contacting us at Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly via any of the ‘Contact’ details on the website or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Making changes to your personal information
If your personal details change, please help us to keep this information up to date by getting in You can control this by contacting us at Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly via any of the ‘Contact’ details on the website or by emailing us at email@example.com
How we store your information
We store your information on a local computer database or in an old fashioned ‘register’.
Information may also be stored on our Website host’s (Wix) server, but will only be accessible by us.
We regularly review who has access to information that we hold to ensure it is only accessible by trained, volunteers, support staff and authorised Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly members
We regularly review the information that we hold, and delete anything that is no longer required.
What is a cookie?
remember certain information about users so they do not have to give the same information more than once
recognise if users are already logged in to certain areas of the website
measure how people use our website so we can improve the way information is provided
display advertisements based on what parts of the Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly website users have viewed – this is done by placing a cookie on your web browser, for example Google Chrome.
You can find out more about cookies and how to delete or control them at: https://www.gov.uk/help/cookies
The cookies we use
We currently use no cookies directly set by the Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly .
Cookies set by third parties
European compliance details re cookies can be found here https://support.wix.com/en/article/site-compliance-with-the-european-union-cookie-law and more information on the Wix website – www.wix.com
Following links to third party websites
Our website contains links to websites owned by other people. Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly will not pass on any personal information about you to any other website. You can read other websites’ privacy policies to find out how they may use any personal information that you submit to them.
Do you have any questions?
If you have any questions or want to find out more, please contact us at Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly via any of the ‘Contact’ details on the website or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org