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KiteRight continues to grow. We are already a fully affiliated club/charity, and a nationally accredited school under the governance of the British Kitesports Association (BKSA), the governing body for all kitesports in the United Kingdom.
It is essential that we collect detailed information on participants of the charity for safety and governance reasons, as well as data collection (anonymously) for feedback to grant providers.
How we use it
Information given will be kept confidential and in line with the data protection act. Information will only be shared with charity personnel on a strict need to know basis, all of whom are bound by a comprehensive confidentiality policy (available on request).
Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Definition of "Disabled"
Under the Equality Act 2010, you have a disability if you have a physical or mental impairment that has a 'substantial' and 'long term' negative effect on your ability to do normal daily activities.
'Substantial' is more than minor or trivial (e.g. it takes much longer than it usually would to complete a daily task like getting dressed).
'Long term' means 12 months or more (e.g. a breathing condition that develops as a result of a lung infection).
A mental health condition (as defined by the Mental Health Act 2010) is considered a disability if it has a long-term effect on your normal day-to-day activity.
'Long term' if it lasts, or is likely to last, 12 months or more.
'Normal day-to-day activity' is defined as something you do regularly in a normal day (e.g. using a computer, working set times or interacting with people).
Drug and alcohol addiction fall out of the provision of the act as a disability. KiteRight sees massive potential for positive growth for disengaged young people, young offenders, and people of all ages with alcohol or substance misuse issues, and these referrals will be taken on a case by case basis.