Terms and Conditions
The information contained on this page explains the terms and conditions of Central Minnesota Dementia Community Action Network (D-CAN) website: https://dcan-mn.org. The information contained here is legally binding, and acts as a Contract for any user of DCAN-S’ website listed above. If D-CAN is called to appear in court, our company may use in our defense, this content in whole or in part.
1. Word References
1.1 Users of the Websites
Mentions of “you”, “user”, “patient”, “client”, “visitor”, or any term with reference to any person, computer or device which accesses D-CAN websites, or purchases any product and/or service from D-CAN.
“Central Minnesota Dementia Community Action Network”, “D-CAN”, “We”, “Us”, “our company”, or any other applicable reference refers to the company, D-CAN, as an complete entity.
1.3 URL Links
Any URL links referenced on this page should be followed when reviewing the Terms and Conditions, as the information contained within them is fully applicable to the Terms and Conditions as a whole.
2. What is Acceptable Use?
2.1 General Use of the Websites
It is required that all users of D-CAN’s websites access the website in a legal way. Any unauthorized access of the websites and/or its files will result in extreme legal action being taken against you. D-CAN has no tolerance for hacking related actions and our company will not hesitate to take a legal course of action should we suspect someone of gaining illegal access to file(s) or folder(s) stored on our websites.
2.2 Orders / Purchases
D-CAN may cancel any orders / services if illegal or unauthorized activities are suspected, and in addition we will hand over any details to law enforcement authorities. All orders / purchases are processed using a third-party payment processor with a secure server certificate. Any attempt to gain unlawful access to this server will result in a complete prosecution.
Users may only download files for which they are permitted to download. Any file which does not require a password authentication or a signup form to gain access to is considered “suitable for public”. However, any file stored on the company’s hosted web servers are copyrighted property of D-CAN, and must not be distributed, or reproduced.
Under no circumstances does the company permit uploading to our website and/or our hosted servers from users.
3. Limitation of Liability
3.1 Website Downtime
D-CAN makes no guarantees that our hosted website server will experience 100% uptime. Should our website experience website downtime, the company is not responsible for lost data or missing files within the server file structure. In the event that D-CAN has any planned downtime, a notification will appear on the applicable website’s homepage. Unexpected server crashes from our host providers’ are inevitable, and while we do seek to solve any problem as quickly as possible, please know that problems may exist for an extended period of time. Users who experience ongoing problems accessing https://dcan-mn.org could contact D-CAN at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3.2 Server Information
The company makes every attempt to ensure that the information we store on our website is accurate and updated. We are not liable for any actions caused to you “the user” as a result of our website. Any information obtained from our website should be treated responsibly. The company cannot take any responsibility for a user’s actions.
3.3 Services Information
D-CAN cannot be held liable or responsible for any strategies or tactics taught within the website. All examples are for the sole purpose of explaining dementia and do not necessarily apply to every life situation a user may experience.
4. Returns / Refund Policy
The company offers dementia related services. We do not issue refunds for these services. As a patient you are responsible for understanding this condition upon booking a service. However, at the company’s discretion, we may honor requests for a refund.
Refund requests can be submitted through the Contact page on our website (https://dcan-mn.org) or to email@example.com.
What information do we collect?
We collect information from you on our website when you complete a contact form.
When completing a contact form you may be asked to enter your: first and last name, email address, phone number. You may visit our site without entering this information, but you cannot complete a contact form without providing this information.
We use your information to:
– Improve customer service
– Improve our website’s performance and offerings
When do we disclose information to outside parties:
The information that you provide will not be sold or given to any other company whatsoever, without your consent, other than for the purpose of delivering a purchased service you requested.
Please know that we will not sell/trade/transfer to outside companies your personally identifiable information. This does not include trusted partners who assist us in operating our website, so long as those partners agree to keep this information confidential. In addition, our company may release your information when appropriate to comply with the law, to comply with law enforcement officers, to enforce the company’s site policies, or to protect the company’s or other persons rights, property, or safety.
These Terms and Conditions can be changed / updated at any time. Modifications may be made to maintain lawful conduct around our products, services, and website hosting.
This policy was last modified on November 2, 2020.
All content on this website is intended to be informational only and does not create a patient-client relationship and does not intend to constitute medical advice.