AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES (AAPD)
AAPD values the trust that our members/consumers place in us and will protect that trust by respecting the privacy of all of our members/consumers, particularly as it relates to maintaining the confidentiality of any member/consumer information that we obtain.
Access to information about you is restricted to those employees of AAPD and its agents, or similar persons, who need to know that information to provide products and services to you.
We require our contractors, vendors, agents and partners to agree, as a condition of doing business with us, to maintain the confidentiality of the information we disclose to them in order to carry out the services for which we have contracted; they are also required not to disclose such information or otherwise use it except for the purpose for which such information was disclosed to them.
Your trust is important to us. AAPD values its members and consumers. We are committed to protecting your privacy as we continue to provide the disability community with benefits, services, programs and products. We look forward to having you join us.
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