When children have recurrent sleep problems, they and their families must deal with negative effects on behavior, mood, social interactions, or physical stamina. This is a step-by-step, “how to” instructions for helping children with disabilities get the rest they need. For problems ranging from bedtime tantrums to night waking, parents and caregivers will find a variety of widely tested and easy-to-implement techniques. Attention is given to families of children with autism, Tourette syndrome, and cerebral palsy. Written by a psychologist who was inspired by many sleepless nights with his own child, this book delivers proven techniques from the author’s clinical and personal experience.
Audience: Parent, Professional