What type of special needs athletes do we serve? 

Everybody is different. Fitness 4 Focus is for people who are different because they learn new skills slowly. They are different in other ways as well. They have an intellectual disability, or ID. Intellectual disabilities happen in all cultures, races and countries. Here are some of the diagnosis we serve. 

                                                  Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)                                                     Attention-Deficit Disorder (ADD)                                                                                                                  Emotional Disturbance                                                                         Asperger's Syndrome

                                                      Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)                    Down Syndrome

                                                      Cerebral Palsy                                                                                            Intellectual Disability (ID) 

                                                      Learning Disabilities (LD)                                                                     Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD)

                                                     Stroke Survivors                                                                                       Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)


What ages do we serve?  

We serve all individuals from 4 years old through adulthood.  No matter what our athletes age is they are learning new skills, making new friends and gaining in strength, coordination, confidence and independence.  Our younger athletes ages 3-8 are introduced to our junior training. When our younger athletes have mastered our JT they transition to our GC (Gym Curriculum)

What type of training do our coaches have? 

All of our coaches are trained by Fitness 4 Focus and have completed the Fitness 4 Focus training and behavioral certification before working with athletes individually.   Many of our trainers have their personal training certification and others simply have a passion for working with individuals with disabilities and helping them reach their potential.

What progress do we expect from an athlete? 

Not all athletes are the same but through fitness, our athletes are seeing themselves for their abilities, not disabilities. If an F4F athlete can not jump we will teach them to jump. If the can run they will run faster and father. We will improve your athlete in their time frame.

What’s the cost of the program and how is it billed?   

Our gym membership’s pricing varies depending upon location but generally the cost is b/n $35-$40/session, depending on the number of times an athlete comes per month.   Our Fit Friends program generally cost b/n $17-$20 session depending on the location. 


How can I pay for the program?  

Our program is self pay but some athletes use state and county funding to cover costs. Some families also use grants to help cover the expense.   We’re happy to help talk through some of these options if they are available to you.   The gym memberships are charged on a monthly basis and the Fit Friends Program is charged on a per “season” basis

What comes with an athlete’s enrollment? 

When our athletes enroll they will get a Fitness 4 Focus t-shirt and water bottle so they are ready for each session when they come into the gym.

What’s the gym like? 

The F4F environment is designed to improve our athletes daily life skills. Our gym is a structured environment where we can train our athletes at their pace.  There are minimal distractions and there is a high emphasis on safety and creating a space that athletes love to be part of.