Sleep in children with Angelman syndrome : parental concerns and priorities

By: Trickett, Jayne.
Contributor(s): Heald, Mary | Oliver, Chris.
Series: Research in Developmental Disabilities 69 October 2017: 105-115. 2017Subject(s): ANGELMAN SYNDROME | CHILDREN | SLEEPING PROBLEMS | INTERVENTION | PARENTAL WELL BEING | PARENT SUPPORTOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Notes that Angelman syndrome is a rare genetic syndrome, in which sleep disturbances are reported for 20-80% of individuals This interview study delineated parental perceptions of sleep problems experienced by children with Angelman syndrome and the impact on parental sleep quality, health and wellbeing.
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Notes that Angelman syndrome is a rare genetic syndrome, in which sleep disturbances are reported for 20-80% of individuals This interview study delineated parental perceptions of sleep problems experienced by children with Angelman syndrome and the impact on parental sleep quality, health and wellbeing.

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