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0-25 Disability Service - Short Breaks privacy notice

Short Breaks offer activities for disabled children and young people to make sure they have the same opportunities as other children to have fun, spend time away from home with their friends, and develop skills and independence. Short Breaks also give families a chance to take a break from their caring responsibilities.

These breaks can include day, evening, overnight and weekend activities and can take place in the child's own home or in a community or residential setting. They come in a range of formats and each one can last just a few hours to a few days, and occasionally longer, depending on the type of provision and the needs of the child and their family.

We employ companies to help us deliver these services, such as specialist activity providers.

Personal information collected

  • Name
  • Address
  • Date of Birth
  • Contact details
  • Education Information
  • Health Information including disability and social care needs
  • Family/Relationship Information
  • Equalities Information

Who we share the information with

  • Health Agencies
  • Day Care Providers
  • Police
  • Other Local Authorities
  • Health and Safety Executive
  • Care Quality Commission
  • Council Education Services
  • Specialist activity providers
  • Schools
  • Other council services

Legislation that applies

Break for Carers of Disabled Children’s Regulations 2011

How long will we keep your information

Adoption records 100 years

Looked After Children 75 years

All other record types 35 years

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