Get the answers you need to tackle your child’s sleep problems in our sleep information resources.
Our guide can help you understand what sleep actually is and why it’s so important. Then we talk about what the common sleep problems are and what you can do to reduce or improve them.
Our sleep cards give brief information on 10 of the most common sleep problems including bedtime routine, moving bedtime and getting your child to sleep on their own.
Behavioural interventions for sleep problems in people with an intellectual disability: Do they work?
This is a summary of a research study that looked at lots of other studies into behavioural interventions for sleep problems to see if they were effective.
Get detailed information about sleep in specific genetic syndromes from the FIND website run by the Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders at the University of Birmingham.