Information we hold about you Click to get info
We hold information regarding the Short Break, domiciliary care and Transition support that has been allocated to children and young adults with a disability in Waltham Forest.
This information includes:
- Date of birth
- Mosaic number
- Diagnosis of disability
- Allocation of Short Break support
Why we need your information and how we use it? Click to get info
The processing and use of your personal data is underpinned by our compliance with our legal and statutory obligations, primarily under section 25 of the Children & Young Person’s Act 2008 and the Breaks for Carers of Disabled Children Regulations 2011.
We consider your privacy with great importance and will only use your personal information to provide the Short Breaks service to you and to track the level of support that each child/young person uses within a financial year.
The Lawful basis for the processing Click to get info
We will only ask for personal information that is appropriate and proportionate to enable us to deliver our services effectively. This is in accordance with legal obligations under the Children & Young Person’s Act 2008 and the Breaks for Carers of Disabled Children Regulations 2011.
In most cases we will obtain your personal data directly from you, either on registration forms or when we communicate with you.
We will only share your data, or the data of your child, where you have provided consent for us to do so.
Who your information will be shared with (if applicable) Click to get info
The information will only be shared with commissioned Short Break and domiciliary care providers.
Currently our partner organisations are:
- The Oak Foundation
- Royal Association for Deaf People
- Marian Mission
- H.O.P.E Superjobs
- Resources for Autism
- The Limes
- Shared Care
- Jays Homecare
- Willcob Care
- Supreme Home Care
- 2 Sleep
- Little Berries Yoga
- Sport Works
How long we will keep your information Click to get info
The information will be retained until the child or young person turns 25 or is no longer receiving Short Break support.