Sleep behaviour following brain injury

Researchers are appealing for parents to take part in a survey so that they can better understand sleeping issues as a result of a brain injury.

The survey which has been created by University of Washington School of Nursing is completely anonymous. It is aimed parents of children who are less than 16 years of age who have been injured in the last one month to 3 years The team behind the survey believe this is the first step to developing interventions for children who do struggle with sleep after the head injury. T Would you like to take the survey, then click here. Discover helpful advice on sleeping tips, dealing with fatigue and relaxation for your child here.
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