Rights & Privacy

Rights and Responsibilities

As a Participant of GPSO you have the right to:

As a Participant of GPSO you have the responsibility to:

Privacy & Confidentiality

At GPSO we have legal and ethical responsibilities relating to the management of personal, health and sensitive information generated during service delivery.

GPSO is committed to protecting and upholding the right to privacy of Participants and their families, staff, volunteers, Board/Management Committee members and representatives of agencies we deal with. In particular, GPSO is committed to protecting and upholding the rights of our Participants to privacy in the way we collect, store and use information about them, their needs and the services we provide to them. 

We appreciate feedback as an opportunity for us to address problems and improve services.