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0-25 Disability Service privacy policy

The 0-25 Disability Service offers social care support to children from birth to 25 who have a profound, severe or multiple disability or a complex and long-term health condition. We also offer a service to young people aged 18 to 25 who have a diagnosed learning disability.

Personal information collected

  • Name
  • Address and contact details
  • Date of Birth
  • Health information
  • Equalities information
  • NHS Number
  • Employment information
  • Support Network
  • Financial information
  • Education Information
  • Health Information 
  • Housing Information 
  • Other Agencies Involved
  • Family/Relationship Information
  • Criminal/Prosecution Information

Who we share the information with

  • Council social care teams for children and adults
  • Police
  • Council Youth Offending Service
  • Judicial Agencies e.g. Courts
  • Department for Education
  • Health Agencies (like the NHS or GPs)
  • Health & Safety Executive
  • Council Education Service
  • Education providers (like schools)
  • Housing Providers (like Barnet Homes)
  • Care Quality Commission
  • Third sector/Voluntary Agencies
  • Other local authorities
  • Legal representatives 
  • Advocates

Legislation that applies

  • Care Act 2014
  • Mental Capacity Act 2005
  • Mental Health Act 1983
  • Children and Family Act 2014
  • Autism Act 2009
  • Care and Support (Direct Payments) Regulations 2014
  • Children Act 2004

How long we keep your information

7 years from case closure

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