Your personal information
It is your right to expect us to treat any information that you tell us in the strictest confidence.
We will only share your personal details with other people who are involved in your care. If you do not want us to do this please tell us.
There may be occasions where we are required by law to share certain information with other parties.
If we are concerned about a risk to your wellbeing or safety, or that of another person, we may need to share information about you, even if you have not consented for us to do so.
Please ask us if you are not sure what information we hold about you and who we would usually share it with.
You can read about how we look after your personal information in our privacy statement.
Find out more
The laws about Data Protection and information sharing are there to protect your interests and to provide us with guidelines and legislation.
The National Information Governance Office for Health and Social Care is a government department that produces guidance for practitioners and service users about information sharing and security.
You can download and read documents on their website that explain how we use and store your information and what controls you have over this. It also tells you about your rights to ask for a copy of any information we hold about you.
Read more about the social care records guarantee(pdf).