Laura Fergusson Rehabilitation (LFR) specialises in the care and rehabilitation of clients who have experienced a neurological or physical injury or are experiencing the symptoms of a deteriorating neurological disease. Our aim is to promote as much function and independence as possible, while at the same time facilitating adjustment to disability, promoting self-determination and valuing quality of life.

Music, such as piano, guitar or live singing is utilised within our residential common area to create a relaxing and entertaining environment.

Volunteers perform to and entertain our clients, Monday to Sunday, 10am to 5.30pm. Depending on the musical act, volunteers either perform to small groups of five to ten people or play as background music. No professional musical skills are required, volunteers should just be able to play proficiently and enjoy sharing their music. This role is a great development opportunity for musicians wishing to gain confidence in public performing.

Our clients range from 16 to 64 years old, with the majority being over 40.

  • Due to the interaction with clients, volunteers need a polite, caring nature and the ability to engage with others
  • For this role, we welcome volunteers from 17 years upwards
  • A police check is required
  • To maintain continuity, we seek a three-month commitment from volunteers
Current vacancy

This role is currently unavailable. Please check back periodically or register your interest below.


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