The Learning Disabilties Association does not support, endorse or recommend any method, treatment, product, remedial centre, program or person for children or adults with learning diabilities. It does, however, endeavour to inform, in the belief that you have the right to know.
The Learning Disabilities Association makes copyrighted materials available, for non-profit educational use, as a public service, subject to copyrights provided within the materials. The presence of LDA copyrighted materials in any particular location (electronic or otherwise) does not imply any support, endorsement or recommendation by the LDA of the storage provider for the materials.
The Learning Disabilities Association of Kingston does not collect personally identifiable information about individual clients unless they choose to provide that information to us. Any information provided to us will be used solely for the purpose for which it was intended, such as mailing newsletters.
The Learning Disabilities Association of Kingston does not share, release, or sell contact information to other businesses or individuals for any reason.
This site contains links to other websites. The Learning Disabilities Association of Kingston is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites.
The Learning Disabilities Association of Kingston reserves the right to change this policy at any time by notifying website visitors of the existence of a new privacy statement. If you have any questions about this statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this site, do not hesitate to contact us.
LDAK respects your privacy and has taken steps to protect your personal information. LDAK may record some of their webinars and other Zoom events and may post these recordings to platforms such as the LDAK website, Vimeo, YouTube and other platforms that will enhance access to learning supports. Please note:
LDAK will remind participants that a Zoom meeting is being recorded when participants enter the Zoom waiting room.
Participants are not required to activate their cameras/video or microphones.
The LDAK Zoom account has disabled the ability for participant recording meaning that only LDAK can record the Zoom meeting through the Zoom platform. Please note that LDAK has no control over personal recordings of Zoom events by participants.
LDAK does not publish or display chat history in recordings or any other platform. The LDAK Zoom chat is saved for informational purposes only and does not include personal messages between attendees.
LDAK recordings are encrypted. Only LDAK staff have access to the original recordings.
Tips for enhancing your privacy during an LDAK Zoom webinar/event:
Turn off your video/camera.
When you enter Zoom, use just your first name or an alias. You can also rename yourself once you enter the meeting.
Turn off your microphone and use the chat feature to communicate.
You do not need a Zoom account to attend a Zoom event! Simply click the Zoom link invitation and join us!
Last updated 2020-11-04