Join Us At Stephanie’s Day 2013!

Stephanie’s Day is a resource fair that provides families with children impacted by autism and other special needs ONE place to gather valuable information, enjoy fun activities and much more! This year’s event will take place Saturday, June 8, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the CBS Studios (4200 Radford Avenue, Studio City). Parking and admission are both free.

More than 50 organizations will be in attendance to help inform and connect families.

View the list of 2013 attendees

The event was started by our General Manager, Steve Mauldin, more than 15 years ago. His daughter Stephanie was diagnosed with autism when she was very young.

Read Stephanie’s Story


About Stephanie’s Day

Steve Mauldin (credit: CBS)

A Proud Father Tells What His Daughter
And ‘Stephanie’s Day’ Means To Him

For the second year in a row, a very special day is being
held to help the children and their families. It’s called
“Stephanie’s Day”, started by CBS2 and KCAL9 President
and General Manager Steve Mauldin in honor of his
daughter, Stephanie.
» Read More


2013 List Of Attendees:

» Ability First
» ACEing Autism
» Act Today
» Areva Martin-Martin & Martin LLP
» Autism Speaks
» AYSO
» Best Buddies
» Boone Fetter Clinic
» Calif. Department Of Rehabilitation, Van Nuys
» California Highway Patrol
» Canine Companions For Independence
» Center For Autism & Related Disorders (CARD)
» Cheerful Helpers
» Creative Home Programs – CA Mentor
» Exceptional Minds
» Fact-Family Adult & Child Therapies
» Foothill Autism Alliance
» Fragile X Association Of Southern California
» GuiDANCE Autism
» Kids Are 1st
» KCBS/KCAL Talent
» LA County Office Of Education Head Start-State Preschool

» LA Parent Magazine
» LAUSD Special Education
» Law Offices Of Georgianna Junco-Kelman
» Leaps-n-Boundz
» Los Angeles Fire Department
» Los Angeles Speech & Language Therapy Center
» Mass Mutual Financial Group
» The Miracle Project
» North Valley Regional Center
» Ride On
» Safe Passage
» Schaefer Ambulance
» South Central Los Angeles Regional Center
» Special Needs Network, Inc.
» Stepping Stones
» Studio City Chamber Of Commerce
» The Dodgers!
» The Help Group
» UCLA Center For Autism Research & Treatment
» UCLA Peers Clinic
» Valley Village
» Walgreens
» 94.7 The WAVE
» Westside Regional Center
» We Rock The Spectrum Kids Gym
» Woodland Hills Sunrise Little League Challenger Division
» Working With Autism

Stephanie’s Day Events

(credit: CBS)

Best Buddies

A local non-profit organization in Culver City, called Best Buddies, finds employment for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

(credit: CBS)

Stephanie’s Day 2012

Families from across the Southland visited the CBS Radford lot in 2012 for the second “Stephanie’s Day” event in Southern California.

(credit: Erik Oginski/CBS)

Stephanie’s Day 2011

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. » Read More

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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. She was diagnosed at an early age with autism and right away Steve and his wife, Sheilah, started looking for answers. » Read More

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CARD’s Skills Program

The Center for Autism & Related Disorders (CARD) offers a Web-based program called Skills that aims to provide parents, teachers and other professionals with the knowledge to design treatment programs for children with autism and related disorders. » Read More

(credit: CBS)

AbilityFirst Job Training

AbilityFirst works to help children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities reach their full potential. At 24 locations around Southern California, AbilityFirst runs various employment, recreational and socialization programs. » Read More

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ACEing Autism LA

ACEing Autism began from a collaboration – and marriage – of a child neurologist focused on developmental disorders and a tennis professional with an MBA in entrepreneurship. Through their partnership, Shafali Jeste and Richard Spurling provide tennis lessons for children with autism.
» Read More

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Stephanie’s Day In Dallas

Stephanie’s Day, a fun-filled day of information and resources for families of children with special needs, has been active and ongoing in Dallas for the past 8 years. On August 27, 2011, they continued the tradition. Here are some of the highlights from the day.
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