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Our “PPF Integrated” program is an innovative adapted fitness program for individuals with special needs. We provide a structured environment that allows individuals to participate in group fitness classes. The classes work on basic core strengthening movements, as well as exercise that will increase balance, coordination, stamina, and endurance. We incorporate the use of research-based methods that encourage attention to task, social skills, sequencing, and self-management. PPF Integrated Adapted Fitness classes are available for youth and adults alike. We offer training classes, 1:1 training and a Day Program, details provided below. 




Thursday: 5:00pm

Saturday 10:00am


Middle/High School/Adult:

Monday 6:00pm

Tuesday 10:15am

Wednesday 12:30pm

Thursday  5:45pm


Personal 1:1 Training

Contact Rebecca Camp for more details


Hand Pile of Happy Group
Stretching Exercise
Arm Stretches


• Improve muscle strength, coordination, and flexibility

• Develop better balance, motor skills and body awareness.

• Improvement in cognitive health, behavior, academics, self-confidence and relationships

• Exercising and training improves quality of life and overall life expectancy


Designed to create opportunities that foster personal growth, PPF Integrated's Day Program offers the tools to live a life filled with valuable and engaging connections.  We provide a program that assists families and individuals with the transition from secondary school into adulthood as well as adults looking to further develop skills and quality of life.  Empowering and supporting adults with disabilities in developing skills for independence, health and fitness, and integration in their community based on self-directed interest is our sole focus. We make adulting fun and engaging for every participant within our facility and our community. 

  Please click on the link below for additional details about our Community Access Group (CAG) program!  Contact Rebecca Camp directly with more questions! 



PPF Integrated After School Program's sole focus is on social interaction with peers, fitness, and community integration.  After School participants will have a safe place to participate in various activities which promote life skills, executive functioning, physical and emotional health, and social communication skills. Each afterschool session includes a 45 minute workout. Our goal is to provide a sense of belonging in a healthy environment which promotes self independence and growth!

  • Mondays and Thursdays --4:00-6:45 (start time based on middle/high dismissal times)

  • 1x per week community outing to various local spots (ie. bowling, parks, shopping, dining)

  • Accept private pay, family support funds, and waiver


Recreational camps are offered at various times throughout the year for our special needs population.  All camps are coinciding with Forsyth County School's holiday, spring, and summer breaks.  Our recreational camps are health and fitness based and vary in theme and activity.  All functioning levels and abilities are welcome.


 Please click on the link below for additional details and our most current and upcoming summer camp offerings.  Contact Rebecca Camp directly with additional questions! 

Upcoming Camp/Drop-In Dates:

January 15th

February 16th and 19th

April 1st-5th


Owner/Lead Trainer for Special Needs

ED.S Special Education/Behavior Disorders with Autism Concentration

Rebecca Camp has worked with individuals with special needs for over 17 years. Her passion and drive is to provide individuals access to daily living activities that will benefit their health and overall wellness. Rebecca has worked with individuals with special needs in various settings including many levels within the public school system. Once leaving the public school system, she began a modified fitness program for individuals with special needs. The program encompasses many aspects of all genres of fitness.  She applied research based principles and daily living skills to form an all-encompassing fitness program for individuals of all functional levels.

Rebecca holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Georgia State University in Psychology, a Master’s Degree in Special Education in Behavior Disorders with a concentration in Autism from Georgia State University, and an Educational Specialist Degree in Special Education from the University of West Georgia.

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