Sleep Disorders Part 1: Children and Adolescents
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The current research and developments in sleep medicine highlight a need for therapists to be educated and updated on the importance of screening for childhood/adolescent sleep disorders – to support early intervention and to avoid poor health outcomes. The purpose of this course is to provide therapists with knowledge about sleep disorders, health outcomes and treatments for children and adolescents.
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At the close of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Differentiate between REM and NREM sleep.
- Explain the recommended length of nightly sleep for children.
- Define parasomnia.
- Identify strategies for behavior modification to resolve sleep disorders.
- Circadian Rhythm and Sleep Hormones
- Types of Sleep Disorders
- Symptoms of Sleep Deprivation
- Impact on Families