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Paving the Way

Early intervention for children with learning disabilities whose behaviours challenge

Privacy policy

This site is presented and operated by The Challenging Behaviour Foundation from within the United Kingdom. The Challenging Behaviour Foundation makes no representation that information or materials available on this site, or on other sites linked to this site, are appropriate or available for use in other locations, or accessible from locations where their contents may be illegal or prohibited. If you choose to access this site from other locations, you do so of your own initiative and are solely responsible for compliance with applicable local laws.

Restrictions on use

The content of this website contains copyrighted material (including but not limited to code, copy and media) of The Challenging Behaviour Foundation the Council for Disabled Children and others. The Challenging Behaviour Foundation owns or has been allowed to use the materials, pictures or videos on this website. If any materials, pictures or videos on this website are owned by someone else, you will need to ask that person’s/organisation’s permission to use them.

You may not copy, modify, republish, or distribute any of these materials for commercial use without the express written permission of The Challenging Behaviour Foundation or other copyright owner. Any material downloaded for reference or non-commercial use must retain any copyright notices.

You must not change any information, pictures or videos that you get from this website. You must only use information, pictures or videos exactly as they appear on the website, and if you use a video that you got from this website you must not use just part of it.

Website links

This website contains links to websites operated by other parties. We do not control such websites and The Challenging Behaviour Foundation takes no responsibility for, and will not incur any liability in respect of, their content. Our inclusion of links to such websites does not imply any endorsement of views, statements or information contained in such websites. We cannot say if any information on such websites is accurate or correct. You are responsible for checking if the information on any other websites that you link to from this website is accurate or correct and for anything that you might buy from another website.

Public areas

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation is not responsible for anything that you or other people post on any public area of this website, including any comment sections, bulletin boards, or forums. We do not check everything posted in any public areas and so you are responsible for what you post.

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation can remove or edit anything that you post in any public area, without telling you if we think that it is inappropriate in any way; for example, if we think it is defamatory, obscene, indecent, discriminatory, threatening, breaches any copyright or trade mark, is intended to solicit business, contains viruses or corrupted files or is otherwise unlawful.

By posting anything on any public area you are agreeing that The Challenging Behaviour Foundation can use what you have posted on any other part of the website and in any other publications by The Challenging Behaviour Foundation, unless you tell us we cannot.

Disclaimer of warranty

While we attempt to provide accurate information or materials on this site, or on any sites linked to this site, all such information is provided “as is.” The Challenging Behaviour Foundation does not warrant or make any representations regarding the validity, accuracy, completeness, or reliability of such information or materials, or of the results of using same. You should not rely on information on this website as being professional advice on any matter. You should get your own advice before taking or not taking any action because of any information you may have seen on this site.

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation cannot guarantee that your use of this website will not be interrupted or that this website is free from errors, viruses or bugs, so you must take your own action to protect your own computer before downloading information from the site.

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation cannot accept liability for any damages whatsoever including, indirect or consequential damages, loss of profits, as a result of your use or loss of use of this website or from downloading any virus.

We cannot guarantee the security of information and payments processed on the Internet. If you suffer any loss when you give any payment information in an email or other internet links this is your responsibility and The Challenging Behaviour Foundation and its agents will not be liable.

The laws of England and Wales apply to this website and any disputes about the use of this website will be dealt with by the courts of England and Wales.

Collecting personal information

Personal information from you, such as your name, email address or telephone number which is provided via our contact forms is treated as confidential information. Your email address will never be sold to 3rd parties or spammed.

Collecting domain information

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation also collects domain information (e.g. IP address and referring URL’s) as part of our analysis of the use of this site. This data enables us to become more familiar with how people visit our site, how often they visit and what parts of the site they visit most often. This information is collected automatically and requires no action on your part.

Disclosure to third parties

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation does not pass on or sell email addresses to 3rd parties.

Use of cookies

Some pages on this site use “cookies”, which are small files that the site places on your hard drive for identification purposes. These files may be used for site registration and customisation the next time you visit us, and to make navigating the website more user-friendly.

A cookie is a piece of data that a website can send to your browser, which may then be stored on your computer as an anonymous tag that identifies your computer but not you. You should note that cookies cannot read data off of your hard drive. Your web browser may allow you to be notified when you are receiving a cookie, giving you the choice to accept it or not. By not accepting cookies, some pages may not fully function and you may find it harder to access certain information on this site.