Supernanny show searching for local families

"America's Supernanny" is coming to Atlanta and surrounding counties to search for families that could benefit from the help of child/teen expert, Deborah Tillman.

Tillman has founded and runs three successful full-time day care centers in Virginia where she's worked with children and teens for years. She regularly presents workshops on child care throughout the country, and she's the author of "Stepping Out on Faith," a guide to operating a quality child care center. Tillman holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Upsala College, a master's degree in early childhood special education from The George Washington University, and has also studied at Oxford University.

"America's Supernanny" is casting families for the next season of the show. Some of the challenges parents may be struggling with could include disrespectful behavior; tween and teen issues; mean girls or bullying boys; and blended families where both sides are seeking help.

For more information about how to apply or to recommend a family for the show, call Robyn Kiyomi at 323-904-4680 or via email at rkiyomi@shedmediaus.com with your name, phone number, city/state, number of children, and why you need help.

The deadline to apply is Wednesday, May 30.


Gafan4life 3 years, 4 months ago

Maybe instead of helping a family with issues of disrespect, bullying, etc. this show can do a special episode that focuses on A HIGH SCHOOL that is struggling with these challenges!!!


KimberlyD 3 years, 4 months ago

Haha we'll call it super principal ;)


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