Terms of use

These terms of use govern your use of the Pocket Advocate exercises and the content and functionality they provide (together referred to as the “Site”). By using the Site you agree to be bound by these Terms of Use, which form a binding legal agreement between you, the user, and us, Project Embrace CIC.

The Site offers access to and use of the Pocket Advocate, a self-management tool, which is designed to give assistance to people with mental health issues (“Clients”) in assessing and communicating their needs.

We grant you a non-exclusive license to use the Site for: (i) if you are a Client, your own personal use, or (ii) if you are a health professional or other individual, solely for the purpose of assisting a Client in their own personal use of the Site and the Pocket Advocate. If you fall into the latter category (a “care worker”), you take responsibility for ensuring that the relevant Client agrees to be bound by these terms of use in respect of their use of the Pocket Advocate or any other aspect of the Site, as though they were using the Site directly themselves.

We may terminate your access to the Site if we have reasonable grounds to believe that you are in breach of these terms of use.

You acknowledge and agree that all intellectual property rights (including copyright and other similar rights) in and to the Site are the property of Danielle Singer Moore. Any such rights in the Site (including the Pocket Advocate itself) are licensed to you only, and are not transferred to you.

You acknowledge and agree that the Site, including the Pocket Advocate, are designed to provide assistance in dealing with mental health issues, but do not offer a cure for such issues. We recommend that Clients use the Site with the supervision and assistance of a health professional. We cannot be held responsible if a Client suffers mental health issues whilst using the Site or any product of the Site. We do not guarantee that the Site will be available at all times, or that the Site will always operate without errors, and except as set out in these terms of use we exclude all warranties in relation to the Site to the fullest extent permissible by law. Our maximum liability to you, howsoever arising, in relation to the Site or these terms of use, shall not exceed [£100].

We will monitor and record data certain data about your use of the Site, and collect certain data (e.g. name and address) when you register to use the Site. The data we will collect includes the information that you put into the Site and the content that you put into the Site. We use this data for the purpose of making the functionality within the Site available to you, and for the purpose of enforcing our rights in the Site; for these purposes we may share the data with trusted third party service providers, but only to the extent necessary to achieve this purpose, and only where appropriate confidentiality restrictions and safeguards are in place. We will store such data using appropriate measures to protect it from unauthorised disclosure or access. We may also aggregate such data with other data and anonymise it, and may use the resulting aggregated anonymised data without restriction, including for the purpose of statistical analysis. By using the Site, you consent to the collection and use of data in this manner.

These terms of use are governed by English law, and any disputes relating to these terms of use shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.