Sleep Disorder Clinic and Lab

Sleeping: Getting There and Staying There

July 8, 2011
Sleep disorders common in children with developmental disabilities

Any parent who’s ever struggled to put a child to bed— whether as an infant or a teenager—knows well the effects that poor sleep habits can have on an entire household. For some children the trouble might be something as common as difficulty falling asleep. For others, perhaps night terrors or sleep walking. In children with developmental disabilities, sleep disorders are all too common and run the gamut.

Sleep Disorders Clinic and Lab

Kennedy Krieger Institute • 801 North Broadway • Baltimore, MD 21205


Jennifer Accardo, MD

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