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Program Statement
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Confidentiality Policy
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Serious Occurence Policy
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Policy Regarding Placement of Students
Compliance With Policies Of The Centre
Director Designate
Forms

Confidentiality Policy

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             A child's record is considered privileged and confidential.

  • The right to every child and family to privacy is recognized and protected to the greatest extent possible.
  • Parents have access to their child's records at any time.
  • Written consent of a parent is required prior to the release of personally identifiable information to third parties. A release of information form is to be used.

    Access to a child's records without parental consent may only be given to officials of the following jurisdictions:
  1. Coroner's Office
  2. Courts in response to a warrant or court order
  3. Ombudsman
  4. Authorities vested in provincial or federal statutes
  5. Minister and officials to whom he/she has delegated the authority