How to set up a sleep project for children with a learning disability
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How to set up a sleep project for children with a learning disability

Avril Bembridge Clinical team lead for the specialist school nursing service, Children and Family Health Surrey

Learn about how a specialist school nursing team’s project helped improve sleep in children and young people with severe learning disabilities

Sleep problems are not uncommon in children, but if a child or young person has a learning disability then sleep problems are more complex and occur more often.

Nursing Children and Young People. 34, 5, 12-13. doi: 10.7748/ncyp.34.5.12.s6

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