What’s happening in Logan?
On the things that matter for kids – from before birth and through each age and stage of childhood – there’s work to do in Logan to meet the Queensland benchmark.
Across the lifecourse there’s work to do to meet Queensland benchmarks on issues that are important for child development. Roll over and ‘click’ the life stages below to see our targets.
There’s more information in our Roadmap, including the raw data for you to use in your work as part of Logan Together.
Or go nuts with our State of Logan’s Children and Families Report 2017.
Some quick facts:
- In Logan, 499 expectant mothers report a low number of antenatal visits – more than double the Queensland average.
- 1509 Logan kids are vulnerable in one or more AEDC domain – we want to bring that number down by more than 200.
- In Year 3 NAPLAN, 1292 Logan kids are in the top two bands – we want it to be closer to 1833.
For more information about where Logan sits in the areas we are tracking, check out our results page here.303,386 people living in Logan - ABS census 2016 Click To Tweet