Sleep Disorders and Sleep Apnea
Lack of Sleep and Rest for Caregivers
Losing sleep, having poor quality or interrupted sleep, and unavailable respite care for parents caring for children with special needs adds to health risks
Sleep Disorders and Children with Special Needs
Sleep apnea, sleep disordered breathing, snoring, restlessness and other breathing problems during sleep can have serious consequences for preemies, babies and children with special needs
Sleep, Cognitive Development and Down Syndrome
Recent studies have indicated that children with Down syndrome are much more likely to experience sleep problems that affect their cognitive development and function as well as their health.
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