My child has autism. How will he sleep?
Sleep problems are common for children with autism. However, these problems are treatable with many common strategies such as consistency and a calming routine. Techniques may need to be individualized to represent what your child really enjoys, what helps calm him or her down, or how to best capture how he or she communicates. Although sleep problems can be challenging to manage for children with autism, they are treatable and you don’t need to learn to live without a good night’s rest!About Dr. A.J. Schwichtenberg