F.I.T. Together at the Ridgewood YMCA

Fitness Independence Training for Young Adults Ages 16-30 Living with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

F.I.T is a small group step aerobics exercise class specifically designed to improve the fitness, coordination, socialization, self-confidence and independence of young adults aged 16-30 affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Volunteer peer mentors will support and encourage participants F.I.T. is for people with ASD who have sufficient communication and self-help skills to independently participate. It is not appropriate for individuals with significant behavioral and sensory challenges.

F.I.T Together at the YMCA is a national model program developed in 2009 with The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation that provides fitness independence training.

Please call for details regarding dates and times.

8 Week Fee: $120 with any YMCA Membership
Financial Assistance is available for qualified families.

All participants must complete an application (see downloadable PDF below) and will be invited to join as space permits.

For program application contact Gary Imhoff at (201) 444-5600 ext 313. Applications may also be downloaded below and returned to Gary Imhoff at fax number 201 493 0606 in person or by mail to Rigdewood YMCA, 112 Oak Street, Ridgewood, NJ 07450. 



VOLUNTEER MENTORS ARE NEEDED FOR THE UPCOMING SESSION OF F.I.T. TOGETHER AT THE YMCA|
Would you like to be a part of a terrific program to benefit young adults affected by ASD?  Volunteer peer mentors will be trained to support and encourage participants.
 



The Ridgewood YMCA is proud to partner with The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation for F.I.T. Together at the YMCA and Danny's Red Ball Weekend at Camp Bernie.

Visit The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation at www.djfiddlefoundation.org