Navigating through special-needs education

Innovative voluntary benefit helps working parents find their way through the world of special-needs education, treatments

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By Andrea Davis
April 1, 2012

Ellen M.* is a 47-year-old single mom whose four-year-old son is diagnosed with something called pervasive development disorder not otherwise specified, a disorder on the autism spectrum. While he's very verbal, he sometimes struggles with expressing his needs. He has behavioral issues and several other medical issues, such as vision and gastrointestinal problems.

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