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Experiencing extreme fatigue to the point where both they and you can hardly carry out daily tasks.
Teaching a child to achieve quality sleep demands an individualized strategy because there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Your child deserves a sleep plan that considers their unique abilities, temperament, and, above all, their personality! My expertise lies in crafting tailor-made sleep plans, particularly designed for children with special needs, to help them learn independence and uninterrupted sleep. As a parent, you’ll get dedicated support throughout the entire journey.
It’s estimated that 1 in 36 children are diagnosed with autism, up to 80% of all those diagnosed have difficulty with sleep including:
  • Difficulty transitioning to bed
  • Trouble falling asleep (sleep-onset insomnia)
  • Restlessness or poor sleep quality
  • Parasomnias sleep paralysis, (waking but not being able to move), sleepwalking, and night terrors
  • Waking up too early, resulting in sleepiness the remainder of the day
  • Sleep apnea (pauses in breathing during sleep)
  • Sleeping much less than recommended for their age
  • Waking up during the night and staying awake for more than an hour
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