It is important to Disability Focus that the personal data you share with us is not made available to any outside parties without your consent.
General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will be in place from the 25th May 2018 and Disability Focus will be fully compliant with the new rulings.
How do Disability Focus use your data?
The data supplied to Disability Focus will ensure that we manage the designated service selected for those individuals. The data that we may collect will include:
- Bank Account Details
- Full Name
- Medical History
- Next of Kin/Suitable person information
- NI Number
- Savings held in bank accounts
Who will have access to your data?
Disability Focus staff will have access to your data.
Disability Focus are responsible for the data we hold about you. We work in partnership with agency’s including local councils, government bodies and NHS Trusts.
The services provided by Disability Focus may necessitate the sharing of your data with these agencies this will only be undertaken when relevant and necessary to provide our services to you.
How is your information stored at Disability Focus?
All personal data (whether manual or electronic) is stored securely and is only accessible by those authorised to do so.
As records are kept for a minimum period of 6 years to comply with our regulatory and auditing practices.
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