Terms and Conditions of Use
CONDITIONS OF USE
Purpose of Site
This site provides information about the services provides at Children’s Neuropsychology Services (CNS). The information provided in this website is intended to educate readers about certain medical conditions and possible treatment approaches that fall within the mission of CNS. The information is not a substitute for examination, diagnosis, and care provided by a licensed and qualified health professional.
The information provided within the CNS website is not medical advice. In no event shall CNS be liable for any damages or losses whatsoever, including special, indirect, consequential, or incidental resulting from the use, reliance upon, or performance of any material contained in or accessed through the CNS website.
Use of Content
All visitors to the CNS website are provided access free of charge, subject to the conditions set forth in these TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE. It is up to you to take precautions so that materials you download or otherwise select are free of viruses and other potentially destructive items.
You may download, use, and copy the materials found on the CNS website for your personal, noncommercial use only, provided that copies bear any copyright, trademark, or other proprietary notice located on the site which pertain to the material being copied. Other unauthorized use may violate copyright, trademark, and other laws.
All information contained in this site is covered by copyright and may not be reproduced except as indicated in this TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE section of our website.
Use of the CNS logo is forbidden without prior written permission. Third-party trademarks herein appear with permission for this specific use.
Links to Other Sites
This site may contain links to websites operated by third parties. These links are provided solely as a convenience to the user and for the purpose of augmenting the information contained in this site. The presence of such links is not an endorsement by CNS regarding the quality or accuracy of content on such sites. CNS is not responsible for the content or the privacy practices of linked third-party sites. Users who choose to access linked third-party sites do so at their own risk.
As is standard practice for many websites, we might set cookies or other technologies that allow us to tailor cns-mn.com to visitor interests, help us analyze use of the site, and provide visitors with a better experience. Please note that third parties, such as advertising agencies, might also set and access cookies or other technologies on a visitor’s computer when they use the site.
The cookies used by Children’s Neuropsychology Services (CNS) do not collect any personal information about a visitor, provide any way to contact a visitor, or extract any information from a visitor's computer. CNS also does not sell, redistribute, trade or otherwise provide email addresses to any outside entity.
Online transactions are handled using SSL-encrypted technology. CNS and its technology vendors are PCI compliant—only the last five digits of the credit card number are saved to identify transactions.
If you provide your postal address to us we may mail you information about CNS. You may request at any time to change your mailing preferences. To change your mailing preferences, you can contact us at 612-850-4043.
The terms and conditions described here may change from time-to-time. We will attempt to keep this information as current as possible, but cannot be responsible for any misunderstanding based on previously expressed information. If you have specific questions not covered here, feel free to contact us.
International Users and Choice of Law
This website is controlled, operated, and administered by Go Daddy from its offices within the United States of America. CNS makes no representation that materials on this site are appropriate or available for use at other locations outside of the United States and access to them from territories where their contents are illegal is prohibited. These Terms and Conditions of Use shall be governed by the laws of the State of Minnesota without giving effect to its conflict of laws provisions.