Reach Adult Development, Inc. is a Behavior Management Adult Day Program serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities aged 22 and beyond who are eligible for services through Alta California Regional Center.

We have six locations across the greater Sacramento area servicing Rocklin, Roseville, Elk Grove, West Sacramento, South Sacramento and North Sacramento.

Each of our six sites has a capacity of 30 clients with a 1:3 staff to client ratio.

Our core curriculum is based on the idea of challenging one’s self at the highest potential in order to find the maximum possible outcome within the least restrictive environment.
The core program components are:

  1. Self Help
  2. Self-Advocacy
  3. Vocational & Pre Vocational
  4. Community Integration
  5. Behavior Management


Teaches/Supports the individual in completion of Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) which involve hand washing, teeth brushing, toileting and maintaining the overall health of the individual through personal care.


Teaches individuals to advocate for themselves by learning communication methods to express their feelings, needs and wants in an appropriate manner.
Vocational & Pre Vocational

Teaches individuals vocational skills and pre-vocational skills that enhance the capability of obtaining possible job placement. Examples include: janitorial duties (sweeping & mopping,) clerical tasks ( making copies & shredding)


Reach’s community based component focuses on socialization skills, money management, and safety skills during weekly community integration opportunities. Outings include bowling, shopping, dining in the community, visiting the Library and appropriate behavior that will enhance their social and interpersonal relationships within the community.


teaches individuals to communicate in appropriate ways by following intervention strategies through redirection, prompt sequencing, positive reinforcement.