Dementia Web - Dementia Information Resource for Oxfordshire

DementiaWeb - Dementia Information Resource for Oxfordshire

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy and Data Protection

You are free to access the information on this site, or send us feedback, without disclosing any information about yourself.

If you do tell us your personal details by post, phone, email or electronic feedback form, we will only hold and use it for the purposes for which you provide it, such as to reply to you with any further information you have requested. Your details will not be passed to any third parties without your consent and will be treated confidentially. However, please be aware that any information you send Dementia Web via email or electronic feedback form is not encrypted and may be read by third parties as it is transmitted to us across the Internet.

You can ask us whether we hold any personal data about you by writing to us at the address shown on the Contact Us page, requesting a Data Protection Subject Access Request form. There is a £10 administration charge to process the completed form.

Dementia Web makes use of 'cookies' and data access log files to monitor accesses to this site (as too may Google, the company that powers the search facilities on this website). Cookies are small pieces of data, or files, that can be created when you visit a website, and which are stored in a specific location on your computer, and which can then be read by that website. Dementia Web uses cookies, for example, to hold preferences about how you wish to view the site when you return. If you wish, you can set your browser (or other Internet security software) not to accept cookies from websites, but this may then disable some of the features available on this and other websites; please consult your own browser help for further information about cookies.

Data access log files keep a record of the IP address (a numeric code used to identify a computer system or device on the Internet and its general location) and browser type of the computers accessing the site, which pages have been accessed, when and how often, if the visit came via a search engine link, and so forth. These log files do not contain any personal information and are used to monitor general access trends, not to identify individual patterns of site usage. : funded and managed by Guideposts with support from the Big Lottery Fund