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SPECIAL REPORT: Family Care helps Fond du Lac elderly, disabled stay in their homes

2:17 PM, Feb. 23, 2013
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As retailers extended business hours during the Christmas season last year, employers asked workers to accommodate the rush.

Todd Moely was among legions of retail workers that readily adjusted their schedules to help out. Not such an easy request for someone who depends on others for tasks most people take for granted.

Moely, 49, who was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at the age of 2, hasn't let his physical limitations keep him from leading an independent life. That includes living on his own and holding a job. ...

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