Sleep and Sensory Processing Disorder

Useful Information for Parents of Children on the Autistic Spectrum

While not all children with autism experience sensory processing disorder, those who do rely on the love and care of parents to make daily life manageable. In particular, bedtime can become a long process for hypo- and hyper-sensitive kids. As sleep experts at Slumber Yard, we know that adequate sleep is the key to emotionally and physically healthy kids, which is why we created Sleep and Sensory Processing Disorder, a parent’s guide:
Parents with children who have SPD know that routine and a proper sensory diet are crucial for bedtime. Our guide helps to inform parents about creating bedtime-friendly daily routines and identifying sleep disruptors, along with helpful tips and tricks for sensory-seekers and sensory-avoiders.


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