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Terms and conditions of using the site
Reference to “we”, “our” and “us”, etc. are references to Peter Bradley Foundation Company Limited by Guarantee, a company registered in Ireland (company number 334659), trading as Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, which has been granted Charitable Status (registered revenue number 6354659O and registered charity number CHY 14289), with its registered office at 2nd Floor Block A, Century House, 100 George’s Street Upper, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, A96 R2V3.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland reserves the right, in our sole discretion to revise the Terms at any time by updating this posting. Your continued use of this site after changes are posted constitutes your acceptance of this modified agreement. If you do not accept the Terms, you should immediately cease use of the website.
Acceptable use of the site
Any and all information contained on the site is for personal use and may not be sold or distributed in any form or used for any other commercial purpose. We reserve the right to suspend and/or block your access to the site at our discretion and including but not limited if we suspect use contrary to the Terms or contrary to any applicable laws. In using or gaining access to our site you agree not to knowingly or recklessly use the site in a way that may jeopardise the integrity of the site or the operation of Acquired Brain Injury Ireland.
The website contains hyperlinks to a number of websites owned, operated and controlled by third parties. Acquired Brain Injury Ireland has no control over or proprietary interest in any of these websites and, as such, makes no warranties with regard to the quality, security, accuracy or any other aspect of such sites, and excludes any and all liability arising from the use of the same however so arising, including but not limited to liability arising out of negligence.
If you set up an account under ‘Rehabilitation Anywhere’ and use the services it offers, we may specify or ask you to specify a user name or password to access your account. Solely you will be responsible for any use of your account (whether or not by you), for logging out and for the use of the material within the account. If you forget your login details, you can contact the details provided in the ‘Rehabilitation Anywhere’ section of the site. We reserve the right to close or block your account if you breach any of these terms.
Copyright and trademarks
All material and content appearing on and accessible on this website is the property of Acquired Brain Injury Ireland and protected by the applicable copyright laws and/or trademark laws except where expressly indicated otherwise. You may view website pages on screen and may print or download small extracts of them for your own personal non-commercial use or for non-commercial personal use by others within your organisation. Any other use of such materials, including any copying, reproduction, modification, sale, republication or other exploitation thereof, by any means or medium without written permission from us is prohibited. Where use is required outside the Terms, a written request for permission should be made to Acquired Brain Injury Ireland outlining the exact materials being requested and the extent of the intended use of those materials.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland will try and respond to all such requests within a reasonable timeframe and reserves the right to grant or deny permission for any reason it sees fit.
Nothing in this section however is intended to prejudice the rights of any person seeking to assert their rights under any applicable data protection legislation.
Privacy and security
We are committed to protecting your privacy and security. All personal data collected from you will be stored and processed in accordance with our Privacy Statement and these terms.
Limitation of Liability
While Acquired Brain Injury Ireland makes every attempt to ensure its website is running efficiently and continuously, there are on occasion events occurring which may result in the website being offline or not running as intended and as such we make no warranty, guarantee or assurance that the website will always be available to access or run as intended. For any such period, you accept that we will not be liable for any loss that derives therefrom, however so arising and including but not limited to loss arising from negligence.
While every attempt is made to ensure that the website and materials downloadable therefrom are fault-free, no such representation, guarantee, warranty, or assurance is implied and use of the website and the material thereon is provided “as is”. You understand and agree to the fullest extent of the law, that Acquired Brain Injury Ireland shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential, exemplary or punitive damages, or any other damages however so arising and including but not limited to damages arising out of negligence, which derive out of your use of the website and/or any download or use of any material provided thereon.
These Terms will be interpreted and construed in accordance with Law of Ireland and the user submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Irish Courts.
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