Sleep disturbance affects children with developmental disabilities universally however, there are currently very few research teams internationally who are investigating treatments for sleep disturbance in children with developmental disabilities, or providing much needed clinical services. Our goal is for children and their families to experience the primary (sleep) and secondary (wellbeing) benefits of improved sleep and as a team, we aspire to inform future clinical practice in this area.
Telehealth-delivery of sleep interventions
The effectiveness of behavioural sleep interventions
The role of biology and learning in sleep
Collateral benefits of sleep treatment
Parent experiences with assessment and treatment