This page contains information about the cookies used by the Living at Home website.
Cookies are used by Living at Home to provide you with the best possible experience on our website.
Cookies are small text files that are saved in your browser and are used by most websites to provide you with the best possible browsing experience.
You consent to our usage of cookies if you continue to use our website without changing your settings.
Cookies are not viruses or spyware so will not damage your computer.
Learn more about cookies on aboutcookies.org.uk
FAQs about cookies and some of our most common answers
- How you can control your cookies
You will still be able to use most of our sites if cookies are disabled on your device. However, it may limit your options. Your browser determines how you manage cookies.
If you want to learn more about cookies, go to about cookies, which describes how they operate and how to manage them in detail.
- Links to other sites
We frequently link to other websites in order to provide you with additional information or services.
For example, we provide links to Facebook and other popular social networking and bookmarking sites, to make it simple for you to share information with your family and friends.
The goal of this website is to be entertaining, useful, and educational.
We’re interested in learning what you enjoy and don’t like, and your input is critical in assisting us in improving your user experience.
We utilise a variety of ways to track your usage of the site and offer you a personalised experience, the most common of which is the use of ‘cookies.’
- What are cookies
Cookies are little data files used by websites to collect basic information about you and how you use their site.
This data is then used to improve the website and your overall user experience.
Some cookies are required for websites to function, while others assist you in determining what people are looking for on your site.
A cookie, for example, can remember the products in your shopping cart or ensure that you receive the deal you requested.
These are referred to as ‘session’ cookies, and they expire when you leave the site.
Other cookies can alert someone if you visit their website more than once.
These are ‘permanent cookies,’ which will expire three years after your last visit unless you erase them earlier.
Cookies help you get the most out of the site since certain features perform better with them.
Cookies can also provide us with feedback and information that can help us improve the website.
You may rest assured that the cookies we employ do not save personal information like credit card numbers.
The most common sorts of cookies we use and what they perform are as follows:
a) Strictly necessary/essential cookies: – These cookies help you access the information or service you’ve requested.
They’re necessary; without them, some services may not function properly.
b) Targeting or marketing cookies: These cookies collect information about your browsing habits and use it to provide you with targeted and personalised online advertising and marketing.
They keep track of the websites you’ve visited and share that information with marketers.
They allow us to make sure that the material we deliver on our site is tailored to your preferences.
c) Functional cookies: These cookies remember your preferences and allow you to personalise the site.
They might remember where you are so you can get relevant information, or they might remember modifications you’ve made to make browsing easier, like increasing the text size.
For example, if you request services depending on your location, we may keep a cookie so that you don’t have to inform us again the next time you come.
d) Performance/analytic cookies: These cookies keep track of which pages you visit the most, where you travel the most, and whether you receive error messages.
The data is only used to ensure that our website functions properly.
For instance, we collect data to diagnose faults and issues.
We then use it to improve and correct mistakes.
What are cookies
This website is required by law to obtain your permission before placing or retrieving files from any device you use to access the internet.
Most websites utilise these files, known as cookies, in a variety of ways, including allowing you to check-in and personalising your web experience.
Cookies can also help us keep track of the websites you’ve visited, providing us with valuable information about the quality of our services and allowing us to improve and better fulfil your needs.
It’s crucial to remember that cookies can’t collect data from areas of your computer other than your browser, and they can’t contain viruses or other malicious code.
How to remove or disable cookies
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Safari – Managing cookies
Google Chrome – Manage Cookies
Internet Explorer – In Internet Explorer 9, learn how to manage cookies. In Internet Explorer, how can I erase cookie files?
If you use tools or services on our website that are delivered by other organisations, they may put cookies on your device.
The tools and services on our website from other organisations, but not limited to, are: