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Privacy Policy

Information this website collects

This website gathers and tracks certain information for administrative purposes. When you visit our site, your IP address and browser type are logged. Rest assured, you can browse our site anonymously without providing any personal data. However, if you fill out certain forms, we may ask for your name, postal address, email address, and telephone number to help us send you the requested information.

Use of your information

We log IP addresses for system administration, and these logs are analyzed to continually enhance the value of the materials available on the website. By providing your address and telephone details, you agree that we will not share this information with any third parties without your explicit consent. We may use this information to keep you informed of products and services from us that we believe may interest you.

Enquiry forms

The information required on our enquiry forms helps us process your request efficiently and accurately. We will not share this information with any third parties without your consent. Occasionally, we may send you information from Age Partnership and other group companies that may be of interest to you. If you prefer not to receive such information, you can contact us here.

Sharing of the information collected by this website:

When you register with us as a visitor, you can be confident that we do not disclose your name, email address, preferences, or demographic information to any third parties.


Please note that our privacy policy does not extend to any websites linked on our site. We encourage you to review the privacy statement provided on those sites when interacting with them.


Why do we use cookies?

Our main purpose is to enhance your experience on our site and optimize our marketing budget. By using cookies, we can keep our costs low and provide our patients with the best possible plans. We utilize various types of cookies for these purposes.

What are cookies?

In the context of the internet, cookies are tiny packets of data sent by a server to a web browser, which are subsequently returned by the browser every time it accesses that server. These cookies are used to maintain a state between otherwise stateless HTTP transactions, such as identifying the user. Source: Wiktionary. Despite our preference for chocolate chip cookies, we understand that not everyone shares our fondness or understanding of them. This document is designed to explain the types of cookies (unfortunately, not the kind with chocolate chips) we use on our website, why we use them, and how you can recognize and control them.

Types of Cookies

  1. Strictly Necessary Cookies: These are essential for navigating the website and utilizing its features, like accessing secure areas of the website or providing services you have requested.
  2. Functionality Cookies: These allow the website to remember the choices you make and provide enhanced, more personal features. For example, they may store information about your location to provide local weather reports or traffic updates.
  3. Performance Cookies: These collect information about how visitors utilize a website, such as which pages they visit most frequently and whether they encounter error messages from web pages. They don’t collect identifiable information, and all data is aggregated and anonymous.
  4. Targeting Cookies: These are used to deliver advertisements more pertinent to you and your interests. They limit the frequency of ad exposure and help measure the campaign’s effectiveness.

Cookies We Use

We use both first-party cookies for strictly necessary and functional services and for understanding visitor behaviour on our site. We also use advertising tracking cookies to help us spend our marketing budget more effectively. When you interact with certain third-party functions on the site, cookies may be dropped.

Managing Your Cookies

You can manage your cookies through your browser’s privacy settings. The process varies across different internet browsers. Detailed instructions for most internet browsers can be found here.

If you continue to use our site without taking any action to prevent cookies, such as altering your browser settings, we will assume you consent to the use of the cookies described above.

For further information on cookies, please refer to the following resources:

Opt-out policy

If you decide to change your preferences regarding receiving postal or email offers or sharing your information with third parties, you can contact us at any time.


If you want to correct and/or update your registration information, you can contact us here.