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Stephanie's Day Info
- Stephanie's Day 2014 Turns CBS Lot Into Happiest Place On Earth It's a day where acceptance is key.
- Spotlight: Villa Esperanza Services Lisa Sigell gives us a look into Villa Esperanza Services, a non-profit organization devoted to the care and education of a diverse disabled population of children, adults, and seniors.
- Stephanie's Story Steve Mauldin is the President and General Manager of CBS2/KCAL9, but first and foremost he is a dad and one of the biggest joys in his life is his daughter, Stephanie.
- A Preview Of Stephanie's Day 2014 This Saturday, June 21st, the fourth Stephanie's Day will be held on the CBS Studios lot (4200 Radford, Studio City, 91604). Admission and parking are free. The event goes from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
- Spotlight: The Boone Fetter Clinic at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles The Boone Fetter Clinic at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles specializes in diagnosing and treating autism from infancy to adolescence.
- The Miracle Project Will Perform At Stephanie's Day On June 21 Elaine Hall, TV and film acting coach, stopped by KCAL9 Friday to discuss The Miracle Project and some of their hit songs that they will be performing on Stephanie’s Day.
- CBS2/KCAL9 President Honored With ACTivist Award From Autism Group CBS2/KCAL9 President and General Manager Steve Mauldin was honored Saturday evening with the ACTivist Award at ACT Today!'s 7th annual Denim & Diamonds autism fundraiser in Malibu.
- Spotlight: Group Helps Kids With Autism Connect With Their Artistic Side The group "Exceptional Minds" works to inspire kids with autism to create and explore an artistic side toward possible careers.
- Program Uses Tennis To Help Kids, Teens With Autism A program is making a difference for kids and teens with special needs by getting them out on a tennis court. It is called ACEing Autism.
- Program Helps Adults With Special Needs Learn Skills, Find Work There are lots of programs available for kids with autism and special needs, but many times when they grow up and are ready for a job, options can seem limited. But one program is changing that.