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Privacy Statement

disAbility Living respects your legal right to privacy and has implemented a Privacy Policy that sets out how we manage personal and sensitive information in an open and transparent way. The Privacy Policy includes information about how disAbility Living collects, uses, discloses, secures and destroys your information.

The Privacy Policy has been developed to align with our organisational obligations under the Privacy Act 1988 (as amended) and Australian Privacy Principles (for further information visit www.oaic.gov.au)

Our Privacy Statement can be downloaded by clicking here or you may request a hard copy by contacting our Privacy Officer on 8132 5400 or email to privacy@disabilityliving.org.au.

We may collect contact information, unless you object, that may be used to send news, information about our activities or general material which we believe may be of interest to you. Your information is kept confidential to the best of our ability at all times.
If you do not wish to have your personal information used in this manner please contact our Privacy Officer on 08 8132 5400 to have your details removed from our database. 

Written complaints should be sent, with any supporting documentation, to the Privacy Officer at the following address:

disAbility Living Inc
6 George Street
Stepney SA 5069



disAbility Living believes in the inherent right of people with disabilities to have choice and control over their lives and support their right to be active citizens, enabling them to participate fully in the community. Our website and social media accounts aim to reflect our organisational values which is known as our CREDIT culture. More information is available here.

This website and associated social media accounts are used to share knowledge and build capacity for their users. Accordingly, the material on both our website and social media accounts are produced in good faith and should be considered general in nature. When linking to social media accounts please remember that you are bound by the terms and conditions of the social media platform you are using. disAbility Living cannot assure that the information. 

We strongly believe in an individual’s right to choice and control. Accordingly, disAbility Living’s website and social media accounts should not be considered to advocate for a particular course of action. 

Material on this site comes from a variety of sources and authors, including staff members, volunteers, clients, supporters, and other organisations. Disability Living does not necessarily endorse the views expressed by contributors to the website. disAbility Living encourages you to consult  independent professional advice when evaluating online content.

disAbility Living does accept any liability for any actions taken in response to content featured on any of its online platforms, including but not limited to errors or omissions in information. 






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