Logan City Council Libraries offer a wide range of disability resources, as well as programs and event. Resources include audio books, large print materials, special needs software and assistive technologies.
Please contact us if you need assistance to access library resources, programs or events.
The Accessibility Centre is located at Logan North Library. It has computers, equipment and resources for people with vision, hearing and mobility disabilities and learning differences. Call 3412 4140 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Adult literacy tutoring
Do you need help with reading or writing? Or know someone who does? Maybe we can help. Call 3412 4459.
There is a range of free resources available at Logan City Council Libraries. This includes learning materials, library eResources and web links for people who need assistance in learning English or developing literacy and/or numeracy skills. Visit the Literacy web page of the Council website.
Audio books, DVDs, Large Print
These items may assist with sight and hearing disabilities and are available in our libraries and online.
Books on CD, MP3 and Playaway are available in the branches and online. Visit the audio books collection of the library catalogue.
Open and closed captioned DVDs are available. Visit the DVD collection of the library catalogue.
Large print books are available. Visit the large print collection of the library catalogue.
Home Library Service
Logan City Council Libraries offer a free home delivery service for members who, because of illness or disability, cannot travel to a library. To discuss eligibility, call 3412 4147.
Further information is available from the Home Library web page.
Languages other than English
Readers of languages other than English will find a large range of
- magazines and newspapers
- books in a range of languages available in our libraries.
The State Library of Queensland also supports our members by supplying books and resources in languages other than English.
Logan City Council Libraries assist members with learning or improving their English. English Conversation Groups meet weekly to help improve English language skills through conversation.
Or contact your local Logan City Council Library for more information.
Located at Marsden Library, the Sensory Space is an interactive place where children of all abilities can explore and learn through technology and sensory experiences, including touch, sight, sound and movement.
The Sensory Space has received financial assistance from Logan City Council and the Queensland Government through the State Library of Queensland.
Contact Marsden Library for more information.