LOGAN Annual Report
LOGAN 2014 Outcomes Management Report
LOGAN Recreation New activities for October - December, for children, young adults, and adults
2015 Outreach Series
Programs for the 2015 Outreach Series have been scheduled through May. Click here for the schedule.
Help LOGAN Create a Sensory Garden
LOGAN is doing something for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities that's never been done
here before, and we're asking for your help. The accessible vegetable and flower garden at LOGAN Center, built
for us by the South Bend Rotary Club, has shown us the positive effects a garden can have on our clients. It's
inspired us to build a Sensory Garden on the property at LOGAN Industries. A gift by the Robert & Clara Milton Charitable
Trust has started us on our goal of $60,000 for this project. Read more about the Sensory Garden, and help us
to reach our goal.
Ansaris Featured in M.L. Advisor
Longtime LOGAN supporters, Zoreen & Rafat Ansari, were recently featured in the Merrill
Lynch publication, Advisor. “Family Comes First” tells the story of the Ansari family and how their
daughter Sonya (who has autism) opened their eyes to the importance of communication, planning for the
future, and what it means to have a family member with a disability. LOGAN is grateful to the Ansari
family for all they have done and continue to do to help us provide services, resources, and advocacy
for other families planning for the present and future of their loved one with a disability.
Just last month, with the help of the Ansaris, we were able to bring Merrill Lynch to LOGAN to talk
to families who are struggling with financial planning. Their story, as told in “Family Comes First,”
is truly a celebration of family.
Read the article here.
Dr. Joshua Diehl to Join LOGAN
LOGAN welcomes Dr Diehl January 2, 2015 as Chief Strategy Officer for Autism.
View the announcement
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
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.