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Miriam School and Learning Center Selected for National Television Feature
Katie Stalter

 

We are proud to announce Miriam School and Learning Center has been selected to be featured on the esteemed public television show, "Viewpoint with Dennis Quaid." This exciting opportunity showcases Miriam as national experts in working with school-age children with autism, highlighting best practices for schools serving children on the autism spectrum.

The docuseries will include a 3-5 minute clip of Miriam's innovative approach, broadcasted on public television for one year, reaching an estimated 60 million viewers nationwide. Additionally, we will be featured in a commercial aired on major networks throughout Greater St. Louis, airing 100 times.

"We are honored and thrilled to be recognized for our dedication to empowering children with learning differences," said Meg Bamford, Head of Miriam School and Learning Center. "This opportunity to showcase our expertise on a national platform reaffirms our commitment to providing exceptional education and support to our students."

We anticipate the taping of the show on May 9, 2024, with editing and production expected to take approximately 90 days. The organization looks forward to sharing more details about air dates as they become available.

About Viewpoint with Dennis Quaid:

Viewpoint with Dennis Quaid is a highly acclaimed short-form series that offers insightful discussions on a wide range of topics. Hosted by renowned actor Dennis Quaid, the program provides unique perspectives through engaging content and expert guests. Viewpoint with Dennis Quaid aims to educate, inspire, and engage viewers by exploring important subjects and showcasing industry advancements.

For More Information:

For more information about Miriam School and Learning Center or to inquire about partnership opportunities, please contact Katie Stalter at kstalter@miriamstl.org.

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