Many of us take a good night’s sleep for granted. For children with special needs, quality sleep can feel like an unattainable luxury, but it doesn’t have to.
A bedroom and routine that may seem normal to a neurotypical person, could be excruciating for a person with sensory sensitivity. Here are some changes you can make to help your child.
While it may sometimes feel hopeless to get a child with autism to sleep, there are a series of methods that can help you tire out your child and help them get the rest they need.
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