The following explains how the NeuroRHB Neurorehabilitation Unit uses cookies on its websites.

Cookies are files that can be downloaded from websites onto your PC. They are tools that play an essential role in offering numerous services in the information society. Among their other functions, cookies allow a website to store and recover information about the browsing habits of a user or his or her PC, and depending on the nature of the information, cookies can be used to recognize the user and to provide a better service.

Types of cookies

Depending on the entity that manages the domain where the cookies are sent from and that processes the data obtained from the cookies, there are two types of cookies: own cookies and third party cookies.

There is also a second classification according to the length of time the cookies remain saved on the user’s browser: session cookies and persistent cookies.

Finally, a third classification lists five types of cookies depending on how the data obtained from the cookies are used: strictly necessary cookies, functionality cookies, performance cookies, advertising cookies, and target cookies.

Cookies used on the website

Below, we list the cookies that are used on this website, as well as their type and purpose:

The NeuroRHB website uses Google Analytics, a website analytics service developed by Google that allows us to measure and analyse browsing traffic on our website. In your browser, your will find four cookies for this service. As per the above classifications, this website uses its own cookies, session cookies, and performance cookies. You can find more information about these cookies, and you can opt out of using these cookies at .

Using web analytics does not collect personal information, which guarantees privacy protection for users of this website. The information collected relates to the number of users who access the website, the number of pages visited, the frequency and repetition of the visits, their duration, the browser used, the operator providing the service, the language, the device used, and the city the user’s IP belongs to. This information can help us to improve the service offered by this website.

Finally, our own strictly necessary session cookie (called cookies_policy) is also downloaded on your PC. This cookie manages the user’s consent of the use of cookies on the website. For people who have already accepted the cookie policy, this cookie avoids the unnecessary inconvenience of continually having to read information about the cookie policy in the lower part of the website.

Acceptance of the cookie policy

NeuroRHB shows a notice about the cookie policy in the lower part of any page on the website each time you start a new session.

When this information appears, you may take one of the following actions:

Accept cookies. This notice will not appear again when you access any page on the website for the rest of the session. This action will accept the use of cookies while you continue to navigate on the website.

Change your settings. You can obtain more information about cookies, read about the NeuroRHB cookie policy, and change your browser settings. Nonetheless, this will not stop the notice about cookies from appearing when you browse to new pages on the website.

How to change your cookie settings

Using your browser, you can restrict, block, or delete cookies from or any other website. Each browser is different, but the ‘Help’ option will show you how to do this.