Cookie Policy

What is cookie?

A cookie is small text-only file stored on your computer when visiting a site that records your preferences for that site’s usage.

How do we use cookies?

We use cookies solely to enable us to gather basic information, like your user identification. These cookies will not allow our website to learn or gather any of your personal information (such as your name and address) that you have not otherwise given to us.

Your activities before you enter or when you leave the Niagara Therapy website will also not tracked by these cookies. The only purpose of using cookies is to make your visit to our website easier and more rewarding for you.

Different Types of cookies

Strictly Necessary cookies

‘Cookies‘ are set to help support the structure of the pages that are displayed to you. These help the website to function and enhance the look and feel of the website. They also help to improve navigation around our website and allow you to return to pages you have previously visited. This type of ‘cookie’ only lasts for the duration of the time you are visiting the website. When you leave the website they are deleted automatically.

Performance cookies

‘Cookies’ are used to provide aggregated statistics on visitors to our websites and their browsing behaviour. This enables us to order the site to make customers’ journeys easier, and if necessary make improvements. The data is aggregated and anonymised, which means we cannot identify you as an individual.

We use a number of tools to carry out analytical functions on our site including, Google Analytics and our own internal referral tracking.

You can view the Google privacy policy here http://www.google.com/intl/en_ALL/policies/privacy/

Functionality cookies

We use ‘cookies’ to make accessing the website more convenient, so you don’t need to remember your details, such as your email address. The use of cookies will ensure that you do not have to re-enter your information every time you visit our website, resulting in an improved user experience.

Cookies may store information on your computer which will remain once you leave the Niagara Therapy website.  Your information will automatically populate in the contact form the next time you visit our website. Please note the functionality of our website depends on the acceptance of the session cookies by your browser.

Our ‘cookie’ will remain on your hard drive until you choose to clear it.  If you choose to do this, you will need to enter your details each time you visit the site when completing forms.

Targeting cookies i.e. Third Party Cookies and Cookies used for Advertising

‘Cookies’ are used to help us understand the performance of our marketing activity and improve the relevance of the adverts that you see. The display/search advertising channels that we use enable us to present you with retargeting/remarketing advertising on other sites based on your previous interaction with our website. This technique does not collect personal information such as your name, email address, postal address, or telephone number.

As you browse the Niagara Therapy website, advertising cookies will be placed on your computer so that we can understand what you are interested in. Our display advertising partner, AdRoll and Facebook’s pixel/cookies collect or receive information from our website and use that information to provide measurement services and target ads based on your previous interaction with the Niagara Therapy website.

Should you wish to disable your ‘cookies’ from your web browser please see How to disable “Cookies” using web browser?.

How to disable “Cookies” using your web browser?

However, it’s possible to configure your web browser to refuse cookies or to be informed if a cookie is set. For more information, please refer to your web browser manual.

You can also visit this page – http://optout.aboutads.info/#!/ – to opt out of Facebook, AdRoll and their partners’ targeted advertising.

Most web browsers allow some control of cookies through the browser settings. To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit www.aboutcookies.org or www.allaboutcookies.org