Huntington's SA & NT collects information about you in order to provide you the best and most appropriate services and support.
We only collect essential information and we store your details securely.
Your details will not be passed on to any other person or organisation without your permission.
Government funding requires that we pass on statistics about some of the services that we provide to you. This information is transmitted in a way that does not identify you.
You are able to obtain most services from Huntington's SA & NT anonymously if you wish. You can be confident that your personal information will be kept securely by us.
Huntington's SA & NT needs to collect information about you in order to provide you the best and most appropriate services and support.
The records that we keep fall into the following categories:
Some of the information we obtain is provided to government agencies for statistical and accountability purposes. In these instances your personal details are used in a way that does not identify you.
Your records are handled with care. You can be assured that your privacy will be protected at all times, in accordance with privacy legislation.
Only those staff and volunteers who are involved in the relevant areas have access to your details. Personal and financial records are securely stored when they are not being actively used.
We will only pass on your information to other people or organisations with your permission. For example, this might be when you need to be referred to another organisation for services that will assist you in ways in which Huntington's SA & NT cannot.
You can view your own personal records. If you would like to see your records please write to us requesting this and a senior staff member will provide you with access at a mutually convenient time.
Generally you will provide information about yourself. In the case of a person who cannot consent to the collection, use and disclosure of their personal information, a third party who is ‘responsible’ for the person, such as their carer, may be requested to do so.
We welcome your feedback and questions about how we store and manage your records, so please contact us if there is any matter that you would like to discuss.
In the event that you have a complaint about the way in which we deal with privacy issues, please contact us and we will do our best to resolve it. If we cannot resolve the issue, you have the right to make a complaint to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner 1300 363 992.