Children with autism and other developmental disabilities can find it harder to fall asleep and remain sound asleep. All these missed amounts of sleep affect not only the baby, who may become easily irritated and likely to have behavioral issues, but also their sleep-deprived parents. You’re not the only one if you’re having trouble getting your child to fall asleep or remain asleep at night.
Parents of children with autism often worry about sleep loss. Children often struggle to fall asleep, sleep better, or wake up too early in the morning hours. Sleep deprivation can harm a family’s physical and …Read More