Logan North Library will help break down learning barriers for people with a disability.

A new sensory-friendly space has been created in a facelift for the library’s Accessibility Centre.

New assistive technology and equipment includes a hand-held text-to-speech device and a Braille label maker.

The centre supports the learning needs of young people and adults living with physical, cognitive, emotional and sensory disabilities.

City Lifestyle Committee Deputy Chairperson Councillor Mindy Russell said the the City of Logan was proud to celebrate its diversity.

“It’s important that everybody has the opportunity to participate and enjoy the wonderful literary works Logan Libraries offer,” Cr Russell said.

The free centre is open during library hours.

Features include new seating and tables, acoustic panels and adjustable lighting.

Multi-user computer software is now available at the centre.

An art wall showcases works created by people with disability.

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