Stephanie Alves, the founder and owner of ABL Denim and The Able Tailor, a company dedicated to providing clothing design solutions for people with special needs, visited the KCAL9 studios Monday.
Hundreds of kids and their parents took part in the annual “Stephanie’s Day” celebration Saturday on the CBS Radford lot in Studio City.
The mother of a 4-year-old special needs student is suing the LAUSD alleging a teacher slapped her child in the face.
Patrick Caruthers, 19, was gunned down — in broad daylight — while he was sitting at a picnic table in South Los Angeles last month.
Children and teenagers with special needs have a quick and easy way to connect with each other, thanks to a social networking website.
Special needs kids in Northridge planted seeds and built garden boxes on Friday to raise awareness for childhood obesity.
Police offered a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person who shot and killed a teenager with special needs in South Los Angeles on Tuesday.
A 19-year-old with special needs was gunned down Tuesday while he was sitting on a park bench in South Los Angeles.
The CBS Radford lot was filled to capacity Saturday with scores of smiling kids, families, supporters and organizations all taking part in the first-ever “Stephanie’s Day” in Southern California.
This weekend Southern California families with autistic and special needs children are invited to share their experiences at the CBS lot in Studio City.
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.
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.
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.
In a city like Los Angeles that is blessed with exceptionally good weather it is really nice to know that there are many places that offer facilities that cater to the physical challenges of special needs families.