About the Campus
Land Park Campus is a non-public school, serving individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder ages 3 to 22 years old. Our educational team is dedicated to the provision of effective, comprehensive services with a caring, respectful, and collaborative approach.
Contact us today for more information: (916) 427-2273
Robert Hanson, BCBA, Director
Kim McDaniel, BCBA
Kimberley McDaniel has worked in the field of ABA for over 17 years. Unlike other professionals, she was first drawn to the field with a personal connection of her own child being diagnosed with autism at an early age. During her time working in ABA, she has worked with a few different companies and positions, which coupled with her personal experience, has developed a perspective of a clinician and caregiver.
Sarah Bent, SLP
Sarah Bent has been a practicing Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) since 2015. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from California State University, Sacramento and is specializing in the areas of autism and AAC through her work in Land Park. She is certified both by the state of CA Speech and Hearing Board as well as nationally through ASHA.
Dell has worked with children with autism since 2001. He graduated from San Jose State University as an Occupational Therapist in 2009, began his career in Houston Texas providing in home and clinic based pediatric OT for a diverse population ages infant to young adult for 3 years, and moved back to California and began working in education in the greater Sacramento area in 2012. Dell speaks Spanish and is a dad.
Kadiant Land Park’s Services
The Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) based educational program at Land Park is a unique and successful program, providing access to learning for each student, despite any challenges the student may have previously faced in a former school environment. Our overarching goal is to provide our students the right environment and teaching approaches to learn and be as independent as possible, while achieving objectives and milestones to allow access and success in the least restrictive educational setting.
Occupational and Speech Therapy
Occupational Therapy is available, (as approved), for students enrolled at our Land Park Campus. Occupational therapy helps people participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities (occupations). Common occupational therapy interventions include helping clients participate fully in social situations and interact with family members to obtain their needs.
Speech Therapy is available, (as approved), for students enrolled at our Land Park Campus. Speech therapy works to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders. Speech therapists work with clients to improve speech and language capabilities through a wide array of speech and behavioral health treatments.
- Onsite Occupational and Speech Therapy
- 1 : 2.5 Student to Staff Ratio
- Additional Adult Support available as required/agreed upon
- Transportation Available by Special Arrangement
- Positive Intervention
The school is funded by the school district in which the child lives. The school resides in Sacramento, California and there are a number of school districts surrounding the Sacramento area which although they may have their own programs to serve children diagnosed with autism may not have the specialized skills to fully treat a child diagnosed with autism. We utilize the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) to assess, monitor, and as a result progress the child. The child continues to live with their family in their home and would typically be transported by the school district to the school. As deemed necessary alternative transportation opportunities may be arranged.