Programs & Services
Council offers a number of programs and services to assist and support those who are living with disability in the City of Logan.
Art + Dementia Program
Art + Dementia is a discussion-based tour of works of art to provide intellectual stimulation and social inclusion for people with dementia and their companions. Facilitated by our trained volunteers, the participants are encouraged to contribute knowledge, engage in interpretation, express emotions and recall memories. Involvement in this nationwide program has been shown to increase well-being and quality of life for participants.
If you or someone you know would benefit from this program, please contact Logan Art Gallery on 3412 5519 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Descriptive Exhibition Tours
Join in for a descriptive tour of the current exhibitions at the Logan Art Gallery. The tour is aimed at providing vision impaired visitors with an experience of the exhibited works through spoken descriptions.
These tours are the outcome of recent training provided by Vision Australia.
To attend the tour please RSVP via email email@example.com or phone 3412 5519.
Where: Logan Art Gallery Cnr Wembley Rd and Jacaranda Ave, Logan Central.
When: Third Friday of the month
Making arts accessible program has been assisted by the Australian government through the Department of Communication and the Arts’ Catalyst—Australian Arts and Culture Fund.
Home Dialysis and Medical Treatment Water Concessions
Customers who require home dialysis or who require water to treat a medical condition may experience high water consumption as a result of their health condition. Council's Home Dialysis and Medical Treatment Water Concessions Policy is intended to provide some financial relief from the expense of high water consumption as a result of home dialysis or a medical condition requiring water for treatment. The relief from water consumption will be inclusive of the State Government Bulk Water price.
Logan City Council offers free immunisation clinics within the community. Immunisation is a simple, safe and effective way of protecting against harmful diseases.
Council's immunisation clinics are held weekly and appointments are not neccessary. The clinics run in various community locations in addition to a range of schools in Logan, including Logan Special School and Beenleigh Special School.
Logan Disability Coalition
An ongoing collaboration across a variety of agencies for the purpose of sharing information between stakeholders and developing strategies to respond to issues and challenges that impact people with disability, their families and their carers.
For more information and to request to be added to this list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Move to Music Program
Council's Live Well Logan provides a variety of free and low cost physical activities and healthy living programs for everyone to enjoy all year round. The program will commence from Monday 10 July 2017 to Sunday 10 December 2017 and Monday 22 January 2018 to Saturday 30 June 2018 , unless otherwise specified.
The Move to Music Program is designed for people with disability who may need a walking stick, frame, walker or wheel chair. The program is based on the movements similar to line dancing using arm and leg movements.
Mondays 10am to 11am
Bethania Community Centre
Dianne Donaldson 3200 4870
Funded through Council's KRANK program, the Possibility Program provides specialised sport and recreational program for people with a disability or special need for people aged between 5-17 years old.
The program provides sport and recreational classes to participants focusing on hand eye coordination, team work, communication, muscle development and a range of core sport skills as well as developing social cohesion.
Bring a water bottle and wear enclosed shoes.
Friday 7 July 2017
Friday 29 September 2017
Friday 19 January 2018
Friday 13 April 2018
|10.30am-12.30pm||Beenleigh PCYC, 20-38 Alamein Street, Beenleigh||Beenleigh PCYC on 3380 1777 or email@example.com||Free|
If you would like to enquire about attending the Possibility Program outside these dates, the PCYC does run classes throughout the year. Please contact Beenleigh PCYC on 3380 1777 for further class times and dates.
Special Olympics Logan
Special Olympics is a not for profit region-based organisation providing training and competition opportunities for people living with an intellectual disability.
If you have an intellectual disability you can play sport with Special Olympics Australia. If you want to experience joy you can volunteer. If you love sports you can become a coach.
Special Olympics is avialble in the City of Logan at three locations. Please contact the following numbers if you have general enquiries or visit the Special Olympics website.
|Logan Metro Sports Centre||07 3412 5955|
|Cornubia Park Sports Centre||07 3801 3566|
|Mt Warren Sports Centre||07 3412 5440|