Certain aspects of the App may allow or require you to submit information related to problem-solving and emotion regulation, or your general well-being. When you start the app for the first time, if you opt-in to share your data, then a universally unique ID (UUID) will be generated and stored within your device. This ID will be used to collect information about how you use the app to help solve problems and regulate emotions without having to collect personal information such as your name, email, etc. It will also be used to collect information you enter about your well-being, if you choose to complete the Wellness Surveys. This way, any information collected will remain anonymous but will still allow us to differentiate one user from another in the cloud.
As with many other Web sites, the Web servers used to operate the App may automatically collect some information about registered users of the App. The data collected by our Web servers includes "clickstream" data, such as the domain name of your Internet service provider, the Internet protocol ("IP") address assigned to the device by which you are connected to the Internet, the name and version of your Web browser, your device’s operating system and platform, the amount of time you spend on the App, pages viewed on the App, information that you search for on the App, and other relevant statistics regarding your use of the App. In some cases, this information may possibly personally identify you, or we may combine this information with other sources of information so as to personally identify you. However, we collect and use this information only for our internal business purposes, such as facilitating App operation and system administration, performing problem diagnosis and resolution for the App, monitoring and analyzing traffic and usage patterns, generating aggregated statistical or demographic information that is not personally identifiable, and improving content and content delivery with regard to the App.
Many Web sites use "cookies" (small files stored on the hard drive of your computer) to help track and customize your access to and use of such sites. Cookies store and retain information (for example, a unique numeric code for each visitor) that helps recognize a particular registered user when he or she returns to a Web site following a previous visit and allows us to better tailor such site to individual registered users’ needs. Your use of the App may also provide us with similar capabilities and information using similar data collection tools or mobile device identifiers. Most popular Internet browsers have options that allow you to configure the browser so as not to accept cookies. Similarly, most mobile devices also offer settings to reject mobile device identifiers. However, setting your browser to reject cookies, or your mobile device to reject mobile device identifiers may, in certain instances, limit the range of features accessible to you on the App and prevent you from taking full advantage of the materials, products, and services that we make available. Our policy is not to store unencrypted personally or individually identifiable information in cookies or other mobile device identifiers.
Similarly, while entering certain data into your profile in the App may be optional, not entering certain data into the Apps, or agreeing to certain functionality) may prevent you from taking full advantage of the capabilities of the App.How We Use Information We Collect
We have created this App as an aid to problem-solving and emotion regulation. Thus, we will use the information that you submit to us through use of the App for research related to this general purpose. We also use information that you submit to us through use of the App or that we collect in your use of the App, as necessary to realize or fulfill the intended purpose and functionality of the App and to assist with future development of similar apps for people with cognitive, behavioral and physical disabilities.
We may use de-identified data to perform research on app-supported problem-solving and emotion regulation. We may also create reports based on aggregated and de-identified data, but these reports will not contain your personally identifying information.
We may use the information that we collect through the App to analyze and improve the content, features, materials, and opportunities that we make available and to evaluate your needs and preferences for research related to stress management, and for other legitimate and lawful business purposes.With Whom Do We Share Information We Collect?
We will not share the information we collect in any way other than the uses and disclosures described above.
As we continue to grow and develop our business, it is possible that our organizational structure may change, that we might merge or otherwise combine with another company, or that we, or portions of our business, might be acquired by another company. In any such transactions, customer information generally is, will most probably be, and should be expected to be, one of the transferred business assets.What Choices Do You Have?
Features of the App may allow you to either opt-in or opt-out of certain capabilities or functionality, such as and weekly notifications to complete the Wellness Survey. Many of your choices as to whether to opt-in or opt-out of any particular capabilities or functionality of the App are handled immediately and automatically within the App, and may be changed from the "Settings" function of your device.
Attention: Tracey Wallace
Shepherd Center, Atlanta, Georgia
Last updated on September 20, 2018