People Living With Disability
The City of Logan is one of the largest and fastest growing cities in Australia with approximately 12,152 people living with disability residing in the City.
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (2011):
- 1 in 5 people are living with disability (4.3 million nationally)
- 4.4% or 12,152 people living in the City of Logan reported needing help in their day to day lives due to disability
- There are 22,189 carers providing unpaid assistance to a person living with disability, long term illness or old age
- 10.8% of residents living in Logan assisted family members or others due to a disability
Below lists the various facilities, services and programs that Council provides to support inclusiveness and promote participation by people with all abilities in the life of the city.
Access and Inclusion Plan 2017-2018
Council's Access and Inclusion Plan 2017-2018 will guide Council’s practices in delivering accessible and inclusive community facilities, programs and services over the next two years.
To download and find out more about what is included in the plan, visit the Access and Inclusion Plan page.
Logan City Council parking officers monitor the use of disability parking bays to ensure the spaces are not used by people who do not have a current disability parking permit. Information is also provided on how to obtain a disability parking permit from the Department of Transport and Main Roads.
Find out more about Disability Parking in Logan.
Accessibility & resources at Logan Libraries
Logan City Council libraries offer a range of disability resources including audio books, large print materials and special needs computers.
Find out more about the resources at Logan Libraries.
Preparing for an emergency
Getting to know your neighbours and your local community is an important part of preparing your household before an emergency situation occurs.
Find out more how you can get prepared.
Programs and Services
Council offers a number of programs and services to assist and support those who are living with disability in the City of Logan.
Find out more on how you can access the range of programs and services.
Customer Service Centres and Accessibility
Logan City Council has three Customer Service Centres located at Logan Central, Beenleigh, and Jimboomba. Find out more about what accessibility amenities are available at each centre.
Find out more about the accessible features at Council's customer service centres.
NDIS in Logan
Find out more on NDIS readiness workshops in Logan and where to find out more on the NDIS.
Getting out and about
Find information available to assist people living with disability to get out and about in Logan.
Accessible Design Fact Sheets
Find information available to assist with the use of Council's planning and development services in regards to accessibility.
All Council documents and publications are available in alternative formats upon request. Formats available include large print, electronic (CD or email) and hard copy.
To request a publication/document in an alternative format, contact Customer Service office on 3412 3412.
Deaf, speech or hearing impaired support
If you are deaf, or have a hearing impairment or speech impairment, contact us through the National Relay Service.
- TTY (Hearing Impaired): Phone 133 677
- Speak and Listen: Phone 1300 555 727
- Internet Relay: Connect to National Relay Service