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.
Local schools, faced with budget cuts, are looking for new and interesting ways to motivate the kids.
More than 50 organizations gathered in Studio City on Saturday for Stephanie’s Day, a resource fair for families and friends of autistic and special needs children.
Stephanie’s Day on Saturday welcomes children and families affected by autism to the CBS lot in Studio City to find support and resources.
Mauldin joined Areva Martin on KCAL9 Wednesday to talk about the special event and a new insurance mandate for autism therapies.
More than 50 organizations will be in attendance for Stephanie’s Day, a resource fair to help inform and connect families of children with special needs, primarily autism. The event was started by our President and General Manager, Steve Mauldin, more than 15 years ago. His daughter Stephanie was diagnosed with autism when she was very young. Mauldin joined Areva Martin, president of the Special Needs Network, on KCAL9 Wednesday to talk about the special event and a new insurance mandate for autism therapies.
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.
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.