Terms and Conditions


The following are the terms and conditions of your use of the Autism Association of WA web site.

By accessing this site you indicate your acknowledgment and acceptance of these terms and conditions.

Disclaimer or Liability of Autism Association of WA.

Autism Association of WA makes no warranty, guarantee or promise (express or implied) concerning the content or accuracy of the information provided through this site.

The pages of Autism Association of WA represent the developers’ personal views and do not necessarily represent the views of Autism Association of WA.

Autism Association of WA specifically disclaims any liability for any loss or damage arising out of, or in any way connected with access to or use of this site, including liability associated with any viruses which may infect a user’s computer equipment.

Disclaimer of Liability for Information on Other sites

Autism Association of WA is not responsible for the contents of any pages linked or referenced through this site. Autism Association of WA makes no warranty, guarantee or promise (express or implied) concerning the content or accuracy of the information linked or referenced through this site.

The presence of a hyper-link from a page on Autism Association of WA does not imply any kind of endorsement of the content of these pages or links by that organization.

Copyright

All documents on this site incorporate a link clarifying the copyright status of the document. This link appears at the foot of the page, along with the contact details.

Autism Association of WA holds the copyright to all original material produced and displayed on this site. Users may not copy or reproduce the original material displayed on this site without the express written consent of Autism Association of WA.

Rules and Regulations

User access to and use of this site is subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations.

Privacy Statement

The Autism Association of Western Australia respects the privacy of all information it holds in relation to people who use our services, our members, donors, and others, by complying with the National Privacy Principles of the Privacy Act (1988) and the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000.

Where we collect information, we do so for the primary purpose of providing services to people with Autism and their families, or for related activities of the Autism Association. We may also use information for a secondary purpose where it is directly related to the primary purpose for which it was collected and where the person would reasonably expect the Autism Association to do so (for example, your details may be used to send you information on other services you may find helpful unless you instruct us otherwise).

All personal details of individuals are maintained in a secure manner. Information is only disclosed to other organisations or individuals with your prior consent unless the disclosure is required by or under law. However it should be noted that the Autism Association is required to release information about service users to Commonwealth or State disability funding bodies and to enable statistics about disability services to be compiled. This information is used for statistical purposes only and will not be used to affect your entitlements or your access to services.

For further information, regarding the Autism Association’s Privacy Policy, or how to access your personal details, please contact the Operations Manager or applicable Service Manager on 9489 8900.

Complaints and concerns

If you have any concerns about the Autism Association’s handling of your personal information, please contact the Operations Manager or applicable Service Manager on 9489 8900.