STUDIO CITY – over 4, 000 people came out to attend the 7th annual Stephanie’s Day at the CBS Studio Center this past Saturday. The annual Stephanie’s Day is a resource fair, which ran from 10 a.m. To 2 p.m. and offered households various resources and information for kids with autism along with other special-needs… In addition to the resources and shared information, there was fun to be had for the whole family along with free admission and parking. This marks the 7th year that CBS Studios has hosted the event. More than 50 businesses took part to highlight various intervention plans and the most useful accessible therapies. The subjects covered vary from sports and diet applications to job training for young adults and teenagers.
CBS2 General Manager is Steve Maudlin, whose daughter Stephanie was identified at a young age to have autism. Steve developed Stephanie’s Day when she was a child and now. she’s grown and 27.years old. The first Stephanie’s Day took place in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., in 1999. Http://losangeles.cbslocal.
Stephanie’s parents Sheilah and Steve Mauldin decided to start the resource fair to help locate resources and support for families of autistic and special needs children. Whenever you take a look around the fair you just see so many smiling faces and happy families… Many of the attendees take part on a yearly basis, some have attended three or four times.
The fair provides a welcoming and warm space and throughout the day more and more people were arriving which is just amazing to see such a high turnout. Stephanie embraced her part as ambassador and greeted everyone with love, a hug as well as a smile… Studio City residents just needed to take a short trip to the CBS lot but some attendees traveled from as far away as Mississippi and coastal towns.