The Miracle Project Fly Singers To Perform At Stephanie’s Day

STUDIO CITY (CBS) — The Miracle Project Fly Singers, a group of teens and young adults with autism and other special needs, will be performing live at Stephanie’s Day at the CBS Lot on July 14.

The group has performed throughout California at Autism Speaks events, at Holly Robinson Peete’s HollyRod Foundation, at The Grove with Jack Black and Stephen Stills, at Special Needs Network, Vista Del Mar and more. The traveling troupe has also performed at The United Nations and has been honored at Carnegie Hall for the Genius of Autism.

The Miracle Project was founded in 2004 and is a socialization program that allows children and teens with autism and other special needs to express themselves through music, dance, acting, story and writing.

Stephanie’s Day, a resource fair to help inform and connect families of children with special needs, primarily autism, was inspired by Stephanie Mauldin, the daughter of CBS2/KCAL9 President and General Manager Steve Mauldin.



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