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A child who does not sleep well can affect the whole family. Disabled children and those with certain medical conditions are more likely to experience problems with sleeping.
Below are some standard approaches that help all children, including disabled children, get a good night’s rest.
We know that sometimes day-to-day pressures build up and can affect your ability to sleep. Try some of our suggestions below.
A child that does not sleep creates exhausted parents, yet solutions can sometimes be found:
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