We are committed to creating an accessible and inclusive city where everyone is welcome.
We incorporated the voices of people with disability, their friends, families, support workers, and service providers into our Disability Action Plan 2023 - 2025 (PDF 5.8 MB). The plan outlines the actions we will take over the next two years to improve access and inclusion for people with disability in the City of Logan.
By completing these actions, we are aiming to improve outcomes for people with disability in seven key areas of community life:
Employment and training
Inclusive communities and participation
Safety, rights and justice
Community support and services
Education and learning
Health and wellbeing
We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone that provided input into the new plan – your feedback has been invaluable.
Our progress so far
We are proud of the progress we have made in improving access and inclusion for people with disability in the City of Logan.
We have successfully implemented 83 out of the 84 actions in our previous Access and Inclusion Plan 2019-2022, with the remaining action in progress.
Key highlights include:
78 dyslexia-friendly books are now available for library members to borrow
A Changing Places toilet has been installed at the Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct. With additional circulation space, a height adjustable change table, and a ceiling tracking hoist, this toilet will ensure the comfort, safety and dignity of all visitors to the precinct.
More than 70 staff attended disability awareness training
More hearing loops have been installed at the Logan Entertainment Centre, Kingston Butter Factory, and at Beenleigh Events Centre
Kerb ramp upgrades across Logan have improved the safety of everyone – walking and wheeling. Upgrades were undertaken as part of the Kerb Retrofit project.
Bins4Blokes incontinence bins are now available at libraries.