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Inclusion Works! has developed an extensive range of Fact Sheets to assist families, schools and professionals to support children with disabilities and additional needs. Each Fact Sheet is developed with a holistic approach; it is important to remember that each child and family will be different and individual
Logan City Community Directory
The Logan Community Directory is an online directory of community groups, services and facilities available across the City of Logan.
The information in the Logan Community Directory is used to keep information up-to-date in one place and can be accessed by the public, community organisations and government.
The directory provides residents, visitors and organisations the opportunity to easily find contact information for community based services in the local area.
Visit the Logan Community Directory to access up to date information on programs and services in the City of Logan. Customise search results and access additional functions such as mapping tools and setting favourites.
You can also download a copy of the Logan Community Directory to print or view as a pdf.
You can download the Logan Community Directory Factsheet (PDF 124 KB) to get started.
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CHILD CARE RATINGS
Services are assessed and rated against 7 quality areas of the National Quality Standard:
Educational program and practice
Your child is supported to participate in play and learning
Children’s health and safety
Your child is protected from illness and hazards
Your child plays in a safe and well maintained environment
There are enough qualified staff to give your child the attention they need
Relationships with children
Your child is made to feel supported and welcomed
Collaborative partnerships with families and communities
Local community involvement and respect for the beliefs and values of families
Governance and leadership
Your child is cared for in a positive and well managed environment
They are given a rating for each quality area (above) and an overall rating based on these results. You should consider all these ratings when choosing a service.
Most services will receive one of the three middle ratings below.
You might also come across a service with the following classification, ‘Provisional - The service has not yet been assessed'. This is because services are generally allowed 6 months or so after approval prior to being assessed, and during this time they show this rating.
See our checklist on how to spot quality on our first visit to an early childhood service.