Disability programs and services
We offer many programs and services to help and support people living with a disability.
Art + Dementia Program
Art + Dementia is a discussion-based tour of artworks to provide intellectual stimulation and social inclusion for people with dementia and their companions.
The program is made possible by our trained volunteers. Participants are encouraged to:
- contribute knowledge
- engage in interpretation
- express emotions
- recall memories.
Research shows that being involved in this nationwide program can increase wellbeing and quality of life for participants. If you or someone you know would benefit from this program, please call us on 07 3412 5519 or email us at email@example.com.
Descriptive exhibition tours
Join us for a descriptive tour of the current exhibitions. The tours are designed for vision-impaired visitors, and aim to provide an experience of the exhibited works through spoken descriptions. These tours were designed with training from Vision Australia.
If you or someone you know would benefit from this program, please call us on 07 3412 5519 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Home dialysis and medical treatment water concessions
If you use home dialysis or use water to treat a medical condition, you may use a lot of water. We offer a water concession to help with the cost of high water use.
For more information, please see Home dialysis and medical treatment water concessions.
Our immunisation program offers vaccinations listed on the National Immunisation Program Schedule.
The clinics are held every week and you do not need to make an appointment.
For more information, please see Immunisation clinics.
Move It Logan
A variety of adaptive classes suitable for those with disability or injury, are delivered through the Move it Logan program. Activities include:
- Adaptive Aquatics
- Adaptive Group Fitness
- Adaptive Gymnastics
- Pilates for Parkinsons and MS
For more information about these activities, see Move it Logan.
The Possibility Program is a sport and recreational program for young people aged between 5 and 17 who have a disability or special need.
The program focuses on:
- hand–eye coordination
- team work
- muscle development
- social skills.
For more information and to find out about classes held during school holidays, see the latest KRANK School Holiday Program.
For more information about classes held during school terms, contact the Beenleigh PCYC on 07 3380 1777.
Special Olympics Logan
Special Olympics provides training and sports competitions for people living with an intellectual disability.
You can volunteer or become a coach.
Special Olympics is available in three locations in Logan: Crestmead, Shailer Park and Mt Warren Park. For more information, please visit Special Olympics.
Special Olympics locations
Logan Metro Sports Centre
Address: 357 Browns Plains Road, Crestmead
Phone: 07 3412 5955
Cornubia Park Sports Centre
Address: 146 Bryants Road, Shailer Park
Phone: 07 3801 3566
Mt Warren Sports Centre
Address: 2 Milne Street, Mt Warren Park
Phone: 07 3412 5440