Sleep and Your Special Needs Child

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Sleep is vital for children’s health, mood, behavior, and learning ability. Research shows that children with additional needs are more likely to have sleep disorders than typically developing children, and that without intervention these problems will persist. Here, a successful sleep practitioner and a health writer share their own experiences, those of other sleep experts, and those of parents.

© 2015 Antonia Chitty and Victoria Dawson
Audience: Grandparent, Parent