It’s National Sleep Week! This comes at the perfect time as Daylight Savings time can throw schedules off for the whole family. Getting your children to sleep and waking them up in the mornings can be a challenge and the time change can make it even more difficult. The Johns Hopkins All Children Hospital and The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds provide helpful tips for the right amount of sleep and ways to help your kids stay on a consistent sleep schedule.
As kids get older, they often manage their own schedules and so many other things take priority over sleep. Teens Need Sleep is a great resource to share with them to help encourage healthy habits.