Privacy Policy

Privacy Notice

The Center for Attention and Deficit Learning Disorders respects your online privacy. We understand and appreciate your need to control the personal data that you share with us.

Notice and Disclosure

If you choose to provide us with your personal information, we may transfer your information within The Center for Attention and Deficit Learning Disorders for marketing purposes. We never disclose your personal information outside of our corporation or business partners without your knowledge or consent except when obligated by law, under which circumstances we may be obligated to disclose information without consent.

Personal information may also be subject to transfer to another company in the event of a change of ownership of all or part of The Center for Attention and Deficit Learning Disorders. This will occur only if the parties have entered into an agreement under which the collection, use and disclosure of such information is restricted to those purposes that relate to the business transaction, including a determination whether or not to proceed with the business transaction, and is to be used by the parties to carry out and complete the business transaction.

Data Security

When personal information is retained by The Center for Attention and Deficit Learning Disorders or on its behalf, we intend to take reasonable and appropriate steps to protect the personal information that you share with us from unauthorized access or disclosure.

Use of Cookies

A cookie is a small piece of data that allows a web site to store information on your web browser. Cookies help identify returning users so that we don't ask your contact information with every visit. Recording cookies at various points of our website can make your online experience easier and more personal. A cookie cannot read data off your hard disk or read cookie files created by other sites. If you choose to not accept cookies, some web features may not work as intended.

 

What Our Patients Say

You gave my daughter Linda hope and the ability to move forward in her life and studies. The difference from last year is like night and day. There has been a dramatic improvement in her life – and in ours as a family!

— Wendy, mother of a 15 year-old with ADD

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