Vanderbilt program helps children with autism get needed sleep

Researchers at Vanderbilt University are piloting a program that helps children with autism adopt normal sleep patterns, making them less irritable and better able to concentrate during the day. The program includes educating parents so they can help their children improve their sleep.

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