Sleep problems in children with Down syndrome: A summary report

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This article presents a summary of the findings of the first part of a research programme being carried out at The Sarah Duffen Centre in Portsmouth. The findings will be published in full in the future. It follows an article published in the last edition of the journal entitled A preliminary study of sleep disorders and daytime behaviour problems in children with Down syndrome. The first stage of the current research programme has been an extensive survey of sleep problems in a group of children with Down syndrome compared with other children with learning disabilities and non-disabled children.The daytime behaviour of all these children and their mothers' stress levels have also been investigated. This information, as well as associations between sleep disorders, daytime behaviour problems and maternal stress will be reported in future publications.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)72-74
JournalDown Syndrome Research and Practice
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 1993


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