Privacy Policy


Partners on the Path respects your privacy and we are committed to protecting it. We recognize your need for appropriate protection and management of the personal information we obtain and learn about you while you visit our web site.

This site is intended for use by individuals, professionals, and organizations impacted by the demands and obligations that being a caregiver creates, in personal lives, as well as in the professional workplace.

Purpose and Scope

When you visit Partners on the Path you provide us with two types of information: personal information you knowingly choose to disclose that is collected by us, and web site use information collected by us as you interact with our web site. This privacy policy describes how we use and protect that information, and how you can control it.

Effective Date

This privacy policy is effective as October 31, 2016.

Use of Personal Information

Partners on the Path collects both personal and non-personal information about you when you use this web site. Partners on the Path may use the personal information you provide to help us improve the content and functionality of this web site, to better understand our customers and markets, for marketing purposes, and to improve our products and services. Partners on the Path may use this personal information to contact you in the future to tell you about products or services we believe will be of interest to you. If we do so, each communication we send you will contain instructions permitting you to opt-out of receiving future communications.

Partners on the Path offers multiple areas in which individuals may submit feedback. Any suggested contributions that you submit to Partners on the Path, if approved by Partners on the Path and published to the web site, will be made available for viewing by all viewers of the website; you hereby provide your permission to display your contributions in this manner.

Please be aware that if you store and/or update your personal information in Partners on the Path, even if you remove such information, it may still be stored in our databases (including those kept for archival purposes) and may still be used as individually identifiable information, or to compile aggregated or demographic information in accordance with this privacy policy.

Disclosure of Your Personal Information

You are not required to display any additional personal information such as your address, telephone and fax numbers, email address, or photograph. Partners on the Path may share some or all of your personal information collected through this web site with our affiliates, who may use the personal information in accordance with this privacy policy.

Partners on the Path and our affiliates may also share personal information collected through this web site with third-party vendors who act for or on behalf of Partners on the Path or our affiliates and corporate partners (for example, companies that provide support services to us, including data processing services, or that help us market our products and services). These companies may need personal information about you in order to perform their functions. These companies are not authorized to use the personal information we share with them for any other purpose.

It is our policy not to provide information that identifies you personally to any third party without your permission, except to process or fulfill your requests, or as otherwise set forth in this privacy policy.

Use and Disclosure of Non-Identifying Information

We may collect information about our visitors, customers, page views, traffic patterns, and related web site information. This information helps us evaluate and improve our web site and is sometimes useful for business, marketing, and investment analysis. We may share this information with third parties, but only in aggregate statistical form that includes no personally identifying information.

Use of “Cookies”

When you enter Partners on the Path, we collect your browser type and IP address. This information is gathered for all Partners on the Path visitors. In addition, we store certain information from your browser using “cookies.”

Cookies are small files that many web sites place on your hard drive that allow those web sites to identify you. The use of cookies is a standard and common practice of many web sites. For example, if you allow a web site to remember your login name or password, the web site places a cookie on your computer. We may place cookies on your computer to allow us to identify you during future visits to our web site. We may use cookies to measure web traffic, to offer you certain products or services, and to customize your visit. However, if you do not wish to receive cookies, or want to be notified of when they are placed, your internet browser may permit you to do so. In many internet browsers, you can change the browser settings to warn you before accepting cookies or to block cookies. If you block cookies, you may not be able to use certain web site features or functions, or this web site may not operate in an optimal mode.

Links to Other Websites

Partners on the Path contains links to a number of third party web sites that may offer useful information to our members. This Privacy Policy does not apply to those sites; we recommend reviewing their individual privacy policies if and when you visit these sites.


We use reasonable security procedures to protect the personal information you share with us from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure.

Privacy Protections for Minors

Our web site is not directed at or intended for minors. Therefore, we do not wish to receive, nor do we knowingly collect, personal information from minors via this web site.

Other Disclosures

Although your privacy is very important to us, due to the existing legal, regulatory, technical, and security environment, we cannot fully ensure, nor do we represent or warrant, that your personal information will not be disclosed to third parties. For example, we may be required to disclose your personal information to the government or other third parties under certain circumstances, or third parties may unlawfully intercept or access transmissions of web site information. Additionally, in the unlikely event we need to investigate or resolve possible problems or inquiries, we can (and you authorize us to) disclose any information about you (including personal information) to private entities, law enforcement or other government officials as we, in our sole discretion, believe necessary or appropriate. In all instances, we will cooperate fully when required by law to provide information regarding visitors.

Changes to this Privacy Policy

We reserve the right, in our sole discretion, to change, modify, update, add or remove any portion of this privacy policy in whole or in part, at any time. If this privacy policy is changed by us we will notify you by posting the date of the change in the current privacy policy on this web site. Any changes in this privacy policy will be effective when such changes are posted to this web site. Your continued use of this web site after any changes to this privacy policy are posted will be considered acceptance of those changes.
This privacy policy was last updated on October 31, 2016.

Transfer of Information

Notwithstanding anything expressed or implied in this privacy policy, in connection with an assignment, sale, joint venture or other transfer or disposition of some or all of the assets of Partners on the Path, or its affiliates, you agree that we can accordingly assign, sell, license, or transfer any information, including personal information, that you have provided to us to those third parties directly involved in the transfer or disposition of such assets.

Notice to Users Outside of the United States

You expressly consent to Partners on the Path’s processing of your personal information in accordance with this privacy policy. Your personal information may be processed by Partners on the Path in the country where it was collected and in the United States. United States laws regarding processing of personal information may be less stringent than the laws in your country.