Sleep clinic helps students with autism -- and their parents -- rest

09/22/2009 | Guardian (London), The

Some teachers at the Inscape House, a school for children with special needs, have trained to be sleep counselors. They offer advice, plans and proven therapies to help children with autism get to sleep. Techniques used by the school in England include the development of a strict routine and providing children with pictorial reinforcement of bedtime rituals. The sleep clinic also offers consultations to other schools and parents of children with special needs.

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