Sleep problems are prevalent among children, especially children with autism, and negatively impact the wellbeing of both the child and their family. They are, however, highly amenable to treatment. In other words, all children with autism can learn to fall asleep quickly and sleep through the night.
The specific process for addressing sleep problems, such as taking too long to fall asleep, waking frequently at night, sleeping for only short durations each night, and reluctance to go to bed or sleep independently, is the focus of our training and implementation support.
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