TRAIN TO SLEEP: GUIDING PARENTS AS THEY TEACH THEIR CHILDREN TO INDEPENDENTLY SLEEP THROUGH THE NIGHT
According to the 2011 PA Autism Needs Assessment, over 25% of caregivers for individuals with autism report a need for help with sleeping related issues.
If your child is not sleeping through the night, you're not sleeping through the night. Sometimes a couple of minor changes in daily routines can produce rapid and significant improvements in your child's sleep. Other times it may require a more focused and time-intensive progression of changes to produce substantial improvements in your child's sleep patterns. Regardless, we can provide you with the expert guidance you need to help you achieve the sleep outcomes you desire for your child.