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January 8, 2017




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Newsletter No.43

Semester 1, 2017


Dear JAM members,


Welcome back to an exciting year ahead at JAM!

 The new premises have proved to be successful at the Hampton Community Centre, but unfortunately we were unable to hold our traditional Christmas end of year concert all together. We did however have a lovely last session of Christmas carols and gift giving for each group.


Music Therapy Students

 Next term there will be students on placement again from the University of Melbourne Masters of Music Therapy course. Aaron also will be continuing to assist with the first session.

Social Media

Please do keep up to date through my Facebook page and don’t forget to ‘like’.

www.facebook.com/jammusictherapy and take a look at my website as well.

 Cheers, Helen


Semester Dates

Please note these dates in your diaries



(21 weeks)

February 1 –  June 28 2017

Please call Helen to enrol

Now at the

Hampton Community Centre

 14-18 Willis Street Hampton



Please notice that I am no longer registered for GST, a change recommended by my new accountant. Session costs have gone up minimally to $22 per session, the first rise in over 2 years.

  • Please make cheques out to Helen Efron

  • If direct debiting, please include and/or JAM members name in the description.

  • Please do this if as well. This avoids confusion!

  • If you are paying by cash, cheque or internet banking, please ensure that your account is paid by the due date





Mission Statement

JAM music therapy for people with disabilities aims to provide high quality music therapy in a community setting. JAM aims to cater to the individual needs of the members within a group setting by providing stimulating and age appropriate music, promoting participation and maximising the potential of all JAM group members


Thanks to our sponsors


World of Music 

809 Nepean Highway 

Brighton East


&  Grill'd Balaclava and Elsternwick
231-237 Carlisle Street

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