The City of Cleveland became “age-friendly” in 2014. This recognizes the city’s efforts to have services and features older adults need to thrive here, safely and independently. Enrique Correa from Cleveland’s TV20 public access channel visited STC to learn more about what we do to make Cleveland a better place for its older residents. Watch our segment here.
STC employees will have access to highly-confidential information. STC collects certain personal information from members of the public who use the services coordinated by STC. This information consists of data such as a person’s name, address and age. Information is collected and used only for legitimate purposes and practices relating to delivery of services to those persons. Protecting the confidentiality of such information is the employee’s responsibility and disclosure of such information is prohibited.
STC employees will also have access to other STC records, files and information which are confidential in nature. The confidentiality of this information must also be preserved. Any STC records, files, paperwork, photographs, film or other information must not be removed from STC premises without the prior consent of the Executive Director and must be returned to STC upon separation of employment.
Any violation of this policy may result in disciplinary action, including termination of employment.