Music Services


Programs are available to artists and other people with a learning or intellectual disability.

In order to attend Your Way Music programs participants need to have:

  • an interest and/or experience in music
  • an intellectual or learning disability
  • access to funding (usually via Disability SA or NDIS). A self-funding option is also available.

You may be able to use your NDIS funding to cover the costs of this program.



Have you always wanted to play drums? You are in the right place. You get to experience music with an experienced musician who also plays with bands in the real world. 

Your Journey

Learn how to play an instrument, composition, play along with a group, there is no limit as to what you can do with your abilities.

Our programs are fun.  Would you like to perform at an open mic, we will help you get ready and find performance opportunities for you.

Our programs are fun.

Individual programs are designed with you to make sure you have a say. We offer the following choices.

  • Ukelele or Guitar. Our guitar and ukelele program is very specialised. We get around the challenges that may be faced due to disabilities. Anyone will be able to join in. You might not be able to hold a chord but will still be able to play. Contact us to find out more.
  • Group sing-alongs
  • One on one music instrument or sing along (instrument of choice)
  • Disability choir
  • Song writing and recording your music
  • Beat boxing
  • Cultural instruments (Sitar and Pipa) 
WHERE: We are happy to come to you in the comfort of your own home.
We can arrange for you to come to us, if preferred.

WHY US: We have targeted lessons designed for each individual.

Your choice of instrument and choice of program.

You can can buy your own instrument or hire one from us.
Our current staff are not only musicians but also disability support workers with experience.
They have experience with and not limited to the following.
  • Communication boards, charts & books.
  • Writing on a pad for communication
  • Voice output communication aids.
  • Voice amplifiers.
  • Holders & mounts for communication aids.
  • Alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) software.
  • Switches

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Extensive studies have shown the benefit of music to the human brain. Recent studies show how playing an instrument makes this experience even greater and deeper.