Ohomairangi Trust Privacy Statement
The personal information collected from you on is required by Ohomairangi Trust Early Intervention Service for the purposes of providing special education and parenting support and services to assist your child and your whanau.
The information collected by Ohomairangi Trust Early Intervention Service may be disclosed to other professional agencies (educational staff, medical and health professionals and welfare personnel) for these purposes. Your information will not be disclosed to people other that those listed above, unless it is authorised or required by law.
The information collected will be held at the office of Ohomairangi Trust Early Intervention Service, 95 Wiri Station Road, Manukau. You have the right under the Privacy Act to see this information and to ask for any inaccurate information to be corrected.
Should you not wish to provide any information requested, please contact our service co-ordinator, Lyn Doherty 09 263 0798 to discuss the consequences of not supplying it.
Ohomairangi Trust Early Intervention Service will respect the confidentiality of the information collected including the data on this referral form. The information will be used in the context of the request for service outlined on this form. It may also be used for statistical purposes in a way that will not identify the individual.
As a Consumer you have the right to:
Be treated with respect and care regardless of your age, gender, ethnicity, culture, sexual orientation, gender.
A professional, accountable service with full information provided to you about that service so you can choose whether it is appropriate for you.
Confidentiality: Information about you will not be disclosed unless there is risk of harm to you or others, or you have signed a consent form for it to be released.
Access to information held about you.
Know the name and roles of everyone involved in your support team. You also have the right to be told why someone not directly involved in your support (e.g. students on placement) may be present and you can refuse to have such people present.
Complain if you are dissatisfied with the service.
Questions and Complaints
We understand that asking questions or making a complaint may not be easy for many people, for all sorts of reasons. We welcome your feedback so that we can evaluate our services and continue to improve them.
Any complaints can be directed to
Lyn Doherty at Ohomairangi Trust
Ph: 09 263 0798