ADHD Experts Podcast Episode: Sleep Solutions for ADHD Kids
The Best Sleep Aids for ADHD Kids
Getting a good night’s sleep can be a big problem for ADHD families, but better sleep leads to better control of ADHD symptoms in kids. Lisa Shives, M.D., and Elaine Taylor-Klaus, CPCC, PCC, describe ways to form good bedtime habits for children, explain how much sleep people need at different stages in life, and discuss ways to create a good sleep environment.
Dr. Shives is board certified in internal medicine, sleep medicine, and obesity medicine. Dr. Shives is the founder and medical director of the Linden Center for Sleep and Weight Management, a private medical clinic and sleep-testing facility in Skokie, Illinois.
Ms. Taylor Klaus is a mother of three, a professional certified coach and a passionate advocate for families. She is the CEO of ImpactADHD, a private business for the public good, which she co-founded with Diane Dempster.
In their ADHD Experts Webcast, Dr. Shives and Ms. Taylor-Klaus address your questions about:
Plus, receive access to the slides accompanying this podcast and top resources on sleep strategies for children with ADHD.
- How getting enough sleep can help a child manage ADHD symptoms
- How good sleep hygiene optimizes a child's sleep
- How to create a buffer zone between the busy day and sleep time
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