Supporting Adults with learning and physical disabilities through animal therapy and rural activities
Briars Barn Ltd
01827 896 454
We are able to offer a range of training for professionals and carers that are bespoke and in line with current legislation. We can accommodate a range of training times including evenings and weekends to suit you and your staff team or community group.
Please contact us for more information but the training opportunities we can offer include:
Active Support - how to engage and enable positively with people to create and maximise opportunities
Autism Awareness - what is Autism and what are the challenges that people with Autism may experience
Communication - understanding the importance of communication and strategies for improving communication with people, with or without a learning disability
Epilepsy Awareness - understanding what epilepsy is, how to respond to seizures and the impact of living with epilepsy
Person centred Thinking and Practice - understanding the history of social care support and how to engage with people in a way that puts them at the centre of their support using strategies and tools
Think Positive - how to think differently about engaging with people whose behaviour may challenge themselves or others
There are many courses we can offer. Contact us on 01827 896 454 to find out more.
Courses are £25 per person for 1/2 day course (minimum of 6 people). Transport/accommodation costs will be additional.
Briars Barn Ltd Privacy Notice Our contact details: Briars Barn Ltd Station Road Polesworth Warwickshire B79 0EH 01827 896 454 firstname.lastname@example.org www.briarsbarn.co.uk Data Protection Officer: Operations Director What type of information we have: We take our responsibilities to data protection seriously and we recognise that you should have confidence and trust in us to manage your data safely and in accordance with best practice. We offer services to vulnerable adults and to ensure that we are equipped with the skills and knowledge to support them safely, we collect and hold data that is relevant to the purpose of the organisation. In line with this, we hold data about those involved in the bigger circle of support of that individual such as their primary carers, social services representative and our staff team. We collect data on a day to day basis in many ways, such as but not exclusive to: • Written • Verbally face to face • Electronic such as email • Telephone including text • CCTV for the purposes of safety • Website cookies • Images We will collect data directly from you wherever possible. We may also collect data about you from other organisations or representatives to ensure that we are complaint and equipped for the purpose of our engagement with you. The type of information we many collect will/may include but not exclusive to: • Name and address • Telephone contact details • Email • Customer financial details • Next of Kin/Primary Contact • Social Worker Details • Contact logs • Health records • Professional reports • Information relating to employment as legally required • Social Media statistics • CCTV imaging Data we collect will be collected and stored within the appropriate systems. Access is through authorised personnel only. How we get the information and why we do we have it: We have a requirement under General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) to manage your data in compliance with best practice and compliance. This includes collection, storage and rights to access. We are registered with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) and are considered as a Data Controller. Our registered address is shown above. Any other agency that we share information with in line with the core principles of our purpose will need to be compliant with the GDPR. We only use your information for its intended purpose and for no other reason. We do not sell your information or share your information with any other agency that is not directly connected to the purpose of our organisation. We will collect information to ensure: • We have the skills to provide support to an individual • We can respond effectively to an individual • Your contact details are updated and current • We fulfil the contractual obligations we have to an individual • We are legally compliant Sharing your information: The purpose of our organisation is to provide support to vulnerable adults and this may and will mean that information is shared in the best interests of the individual being supported or in relation to compliance with legal responsibilities. It will only be essential, need to know information that is shared. If we have to share more information, we will ask for your consent as we do with the use of images or statements. At times we may send you information regarding our service but we will never share your details with another person if doing so. You have the right to ask us not to send you information. We have installed CCTV systems on our site for the purposes of safety and the prevention and detection of crime. We will only disclose CCTV images to third parties for the purposes of a safety investigation and the prevention and detection of crime. CCTV images will not be released to the media for entertainment purposes or placed on the internet. You have the right to see CCTV images of yourself and be provided with a copy. How we store your information: Your information is securely stored at Briars Barn Ltd, Station Road, Polesworth Warwickshire B79 0EH and is accessed only by authorised personnel. We keep information relating to social care for the time period specified by our insurers which may be up to 50 years. Recruitment information for unsuccessful candidates is kept for a 6 month period. Information on employed staff is kept for 6 years following the cessation of their employment with the company. 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