19 March 2020
With schools closing and parents working from home, the next few months offer an opportunity to develop healthy child sleep habits and promote a sense of well-being for the whole family. Home schooling and self-isolation will not be easy for any of us but there are evidence-based approaches which we can draw on as recommended by child sleep psychologists.
With meditation, mindfulness and other ideas below, you can help manage your child’s anxiety and work with their natural biological rhythms to make your time together positive and productive.
World Sleep Day 2018 – ‘Preserve your rhythms to enjoy life!’ What does this mean for our school-aged children?
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