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Laura Fergusson Rehabilitation focuses on providing expert rehabilitation services through a comprehensive team of specialists managed by a professional executive team across the greater Auckland, Waikato and Whanganui regions. We also provide a range of other specialised services for neurological conditions, amputees and respite care.

How we can help you.

With specialised rehabilitation services, Laura Fergusson Rehabilitation offers both residential and community based services. Our facilities and private programmes are open to all.

How you can get involved.

Your generosity will support groundbreaking research, high-quality clinical care, and important community programmes for the thousands of New Zealanders living with disability.

gym + pool

Our facilities are open to the public, so come and check out our professional gym or relax in our hydrotherapy...
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physio + recovery

We have expert physiotherapists and purpose built facilities to maximise your recovery, whether you are ACC or privately funded. Physiotherapy...
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If your a medical professional looking to refer a patient to us, contact us here.
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Through the generosity of people like you, our work has made a difference in the lives of thousands of people...
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We offer programmes for stroke recovery, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Pulmonary Rehab and Concussion.   Laura Fergusson Rehabilitation a
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Lady Laura Fergusson

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About Laura Fergusson Trust

Our History

Over 45 years ago Lady Laura Fergusson, wife of the then Governor-General, Sir Bernard Fergusson and Lady Mary Caughey became concerned at the lack of appropriate residential facilities for people living with disability. So they gathered a progressive group of like-minded people and began the task of building a service to assist people with physical difficulties to live independent lives.

Lady Joyce Fisher soon joined Lady Fergusson and Lady Caughey and together they named the Laura Fergusson Trust as their special charity. Lady Joyce Fisher went on to provide a major gift that established the "Joyce Fisher Endowment Fund". This fund has been instrumental in securing the long-term future of the Laura Fergusson Trust to the benefit of all New Zealanders with health challenges.

The vision and generosity of our patrons along with our extended support network has allowed us to continue to support ground-breaking research and develop services that meet the needs of both our clients and the funding bodies within the health and disability sector.

Laura Fergusson rehabilitation continues today to deliver high-quality clinical care and vital community programmes to the thousands of New Zealanders who are affected by stroke, brain injury, physical disability and deteriorating conditions such as Huntington’s Disease, MS and Parkinson’s Disease.

Lady Joyce Fisher

Lady Joyce Fisher

"It was a privilege to be asked by the Laura Fergusson Trust to give my name to the establishment of the Joyce Fisher Endowment Fund"
Lady Mary Caughey

Lady Mary Caughey

"As a founding member of the Trust, I have dedicated my life to supporting the Trust in its development of services and facilities"

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    “Laura Fergusson gave me the confidence to complete in two big running races!” Scott