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Balancing Acts

Bosses responding to special needs

Laura Eisenmann (center) and her daughter, Sarah, spend a quiet day at their Winchester home. Laura says her employer, Ernst & Young, is very supportive of special needs parents. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Photo) Laura Eisenmann (center) and her daughter, Sarah, spend a quiet day at their Winchester home. Laura says her employer, Ernst & Young, is very supportive of special needs parents.
By Maggie Jackson
December 28, 2008

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Second in a two-part series on caring for children with disabilities In the past, some of Kajuana Ezell's bosses and colleagues hadn't understood when she had to drop everything and leave work to care for her 17-year-old autistic son, who was mute until he was age 5. (Full article: 980 words)

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