LOGAN Annual Report
Young Adult Recreation NEW
Volunteers Needed September 20 for Work Day at LOGAN
Your help is needed this Saturday, September 20, for a "do it ourselves" Work Day at LOGAN. Yard work, building projects and more
need attention, and we could use lots of extra helping hands to see these through. Come to LOGAN 9:00 am - 3:00 pm to receive your
placement. Please bring along your garden gloves, tools, etc. to use or to share. We'll provide lunch and snacks throughout
the day. Contact Ann Meier, 574-289-4831 ex. 1079 for more information.
Looking for a special gift, accessory, or item of clothing for LOGAN friends and family? Now, personalized
LOGAN items are for sale at our own LOGAN shop. Order clothing, accessories, outerwear and more at
Fall Parent Meetings and Outreach Series Schedules
Parent support and Outreach Series meetings have been scheduled through the fall.
Please click the
following links for each schedule:
Parent support meetings
LOGAN Night at Four Winds Field
The LOGAN All-Stars paired with South Bend Silverhawks August 18 for their annual game at Four Winds Field! Everyone scored
with hits, runs, and lots of smiles. Click here for more photos.
LOGAN Campeau Home Featured
LOGAN's Campeau group home is featured as the cover story for the Northeast Neighborhood Revitalization Organization's
Annual Report. The NNRO partnered with LOGAN to build the four-bedroom home last year for women served by LOGAN. Click here to read the
Peer Awareness Coaching Now Offered at LOGAN
LOGAN now offers Peer Awareness Sessions for school age children grades 1-6. The goals of these sessions, presented in a child friendly manner,
are threefold: Create Understanding about disabilities, Increase Awareness of everyone's abilites, and Foster Acceptance of one another.
The presentations vary according to time availability, usually lasting 30-45 minutes. Please click here for more information and to schedule a free
Peer Awareness Session.
Respite Provider Agencies in Indiana
Respite services provide families with temporary relief from the sometimes 24 hour a day job of supervising and supporting a person with a disability. Respite is an option for any child, adolescent, or adult with disabilities. Respite services can provide relief and can help all family members feel energized, including the person with a disability who spends time with trained personnel. IIDC has updated its online listing of respite provider agencies in Indiana. Visit iidc.indiana to view the list.
LOGAN Employment Video
"LOGAN - The Difference Is Our People"
Give to the Annual Appeal
Whether it's camping, meeting friends at a dance, taking a trip to Chicago, learning to swim or discovering hidden talent on stage,
LOGAN Recreation gives people the chance to Live the Life.
Give now to LOGAN's Annual Appeal.
Inarf, our trade association, has launched the Quiet Crisis campaign to raise awareness about the impact of investing in services for individuals with disabilities and their communities. Visit quietcrisis.org.