Privacy and Cookies Policy
HIPAA for Caregivers is committed to ensuring the privacy of your confidential information. We collect only such personal information as is needed to provide the information, service, or assistance that you request.
Information we collect
If you choose to contact us, we will collect personally identifying information. For instance, this could be your name and email address. In addition, it includes any other information you provide. We will use this information to try to fulfill your request. And, we may use it to provide you with additional information at a later time.
If you are involved in any training, a survey may be involved. Within it, we may ask about your family’s experience with mental health challenges. This information allows us to improve our training. Additionally, the data may someday be used to apply for a grant. However, none of that information would be associated with your name. Rather, it would be included in a grant application as nonidentified data.
The other types of information gather through our website are summary server log information and data collected through analytics software. Again, though, these are not personalized.
Finally, we will never disclose your personal information to third parties.
How Long We Keep Information
We may keep information that we collect for an unlimited period of time. If you want us to delete it, please contact us to request that service.
Our site does not accept comments.
Our site does not allow visitors to upload media.
If you choose to contact us, we will collect personally identifying information. For instance, the form requires your name and email address. And, you may provide additional information in the form as well. We will use this information to try to fulfill your request. And, we may use it to provide you with additional information at a later time. Please do not include sensitive data in the web form. Examples are Social Security, bank account, or credit card numbers.
Contact forms may result in emails. These will be purged around one month after the final email. Please note that electronic communication, particularly email, is not always safe from hackers. Therefore, please do not send sensitive data by email either.
We do not use any of our own cookies. Therefore, you are not required to accept any cookies to use this site. However, if you click on third-party widgets such as YouTube or links, they may install cookies.
Embedded content and external links
Articles on this site may include embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other websites acts in the exact same way as if the visitor has gone to the other website first.
HIPAA for Caregivers is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites.
Who we share your data with
We do not give your personal information to any third parties. If compelled by law, we would release information gathered from our web environments.
What rights you have over your data
At any time, you may request that we delete the personal data you have given us. This does not include any data we must keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes.
Where your data is held
Flywheel hosts this website. And, our site is on their server that is located in the United States. GoDaddy provides our professional email through Microsoft Outlook. All three of these businesses have security practices to safeguard data.
How we protect your data
We protect users’ data several ways.
- We choose high level hosting and email providers. These companies utilize superior security and privacy practices. For instance, our hosting service – Flywheel – uses a plugin that protects against malicious attacks. Specifically, they only allow four attempts to login to the WordPress admin page. Also, Intelligent IP blocking on their security systems detects intruders and blocks them within seconds. Similarly, our professional email through GoDaddy utilizes Microsoft 365. And, Microsoft 365 includes intelligent cloud services and advanced security.
- Our website comes with encryption through an SSL certificate. This protocol encrypts Internet traffic and verifies server identity. In other words, SSL certificates make sure that a client is talking to the correct server – the one that owns the domain. And, that helps prevent malicious electronic attacks.
Contacting HIPAA for Caregivers
If you have any questions, you can contact us via the Contact HIPAA for Caregivers web page.