Access’ Manager of Community, Kenny Duke, recently attended a two-day workshop as part of her role on the Logan Together Leadership Table. Kenny, together with Community Engagement team member Blaise Itabelo and Rima Flihan, attended the workshop to review the recent increase in child intervention occurring in Logan. 

“Over the two days The Logan Together Leadership Table worked with the Walking Together for Logan Children Foundation to review the child protection system, as we have CALD families who have been included in the increased intervention,” Kenny said

“We listened to the voices of various communities with lived experiences, so we could be fully informed to design and advocate for better approaches to early intervention and out of home care, with a focus on all families.”

Access Community Services was acknowledged by the wider Logan Together team as a key partner, and thanked for the work we do with CALD communities in Logan. We were presented with a framed ChangeFest Statement, which now proudly hangs at the Access Gateway.