Almost 90% of disabled children have issues with sleep. Many can’t get into a routine, keep waking up or struggle to fall asleep at all — often due to discomfort, medication or communication issues.
So here are 6 tips to help your child! Read our Sleep Guide for more information about each of these tips, plus lots of advice for parent carers 👉 contact.org.uk/sleep-guide
And since it’s World Sleep Day, here are some other helpful resources you might like…
✨ Book a free call to get personalised strategies, tailored advice and 1-2-1 support from one of the parent carers in our Listening Ear team: contact.org.uk/listening-ear
✨ Browse sensory lighting, specialist sleepwear, weighted blankets, waterproof bedding, and many other sleep aids at Fledglings: fledglings.org.uk/collections/bedtime
✨ Visit our Sleep Webpage for more tips on sleeping and where to get support: contact.org.uk/sleep
✨ Join our free Sleep Workshop for parents of young disabled children (dates to be confirmed soon): contact.org.uk/early-years-workshops