Kadiant - Land Park Campus

UPDATED: February 1, 2022

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.

Land Park provides intensive, individualized educational programs developed for each student based on assessments to determine skill deficits, behaviors interfering with learning, and general adaptive functioning. The educational programs have a strong behavioral basis while addressing each individual through wide-ranging programming. Our program structure can be visualized as a pyramid that allows us to treat the ‘whole’ child, taking into consideration physical needs, relational and social-emotional skills, formal communication skills, prerequisite and advanced learning, and academic skills. Our overarching goal at LP is to enable our students to learn to be as independent as possible while achieving program milestones to allow access to the least restrictive educational setting.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
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  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance


2751 Wilmington Ave
Sacramento, CA 95820
United States


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(916) 427-2273

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