Autism Berkshire members have been sent an important email about how we keep in touch with them in the future.
A change in the law from May means that we will need to have people’s express permission to hold their details and to contact them, to comply with the new General Data Protection Regulation.
In order to make sure that we can keep them up to date about our services and activities, members need to check their email and click on the link the message contains to complete a simple online form.
This asks whether they would like to continue to receive information from us and about the ways that they would like to be contacted and the kinds of information that they would like to receive from us.
This way, Autism Berkshire members can be sure they will only hear from us if they have chosen to and can also indicate whether we should keep in touch by post, email or phone, or a combination of all three.
The information will only be used by Autism Berkshire – we never give members’ and services users’ details to other organisations to use for their own purposes.
You are free to change your mind at any time and get us to update our records by notifying the Autism Berkshire office.
Members who cannot see an email from us in their inbox should first check their spam or clutter folders. If they still cannot see a message, they should email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Autism Berkshire office on 01189 594 594 for help.
- Click here for more information if you would like to become a member of Autism Berkshire.