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sleep hygiene for children with developmental disabilities

Sleep Hygiene for Children with Developmental Disabilities

Julie Sutton. RNLD

3 Year PHD research project

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Research Aim:

To develop an evidence based sleep hygiene education intervention for parents of primary school aged (3-10 years) children with DD’s experiencing behavioural sleep problems

To develop the evidence base for sleep hygiene education in treating behavioural sleep problems in primary school aged

(3-10 years) children with developmental disabilities

  • Research sponsored by RCBC Wales.
  • Supervisors – Professor Jane Noyes and
  • Professor Richard Hastings
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Sleep hygiene definition

To develop an “a set of sleep-related behaviours that expose persons to activities and cues that prepare them for and promote appropriately timed and effective sleep” (Meltzer and Mindell 2004)

evidence based sleep hygiene education intervention for parents of primary school aged (3-10 years) children with DD’s experiencing behavioural sleep problems

“A set of sleep-related behaviours that expose persons to activities and cues that prepare them for and promote appropriately timed and effective sleep”

Meltzer and Mindell (2004)

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To develop an “a set of sleep-related behaviours that expose persons to activities and cues that prepare them for and promote appropriately timed and effective sleep” (Meltzer and Mindell 2004)

evidence based sleep hygiene education intervention for parents of primary school aged (3-10 years) children with DD’s experiencing behavioural sleep problems

  • The research project
  • Pre clinical Phase: Mixed method systematic review
  • Phase 1: Semi-structured interviews with stakeholders andintervention development work
  • Phase 2: Small scale exploratory trial
  • Phase 3: Development of protocol for main RCT
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The sytematic review.

The review questions:

Definition of behavioural sleep problems

Supporting theory

Sleep assessment processes

Components of SHE

Effectiveness of SHE

Outcomes and outcome measures

Experiences of families and professionals

To develop an “a set of sleep-related behaviours that expose persons to activities and cues that prepare them for and promote appropriately timed and effective sleep” (Meltzer and Mindell 2004)

evidence based sleep hygiene education intervention for parents of primary school aged (3-10 years) children with DD’s experiencing behavioural sleep problems

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To develop an “a set of sleep-related behaviours that expose persons to activities and cues that prepare them for and promote appropriately timed and effective sleep” (Meltzer and Mindell 2004)

evidence based sleep hygiene education intervention for parents of primary school aged (3-10 years) children with DD’s experiencing behavioural sleep problems

  • The systematic review
  • Systematically searching databases
  • Reviewing currently available SHE tools and service evaluations
  • Streaming the evidence by type to answer the review questions
  • Using a combination of synthesis methods to analyse the data and draw conclusions
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Observational studies

Literature reviews

Professional opinion

Before & after studies

RCT’s

Systematic reviews

Qualitative studies

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Sleep hygiene education

How well might the evidence answer review questions?

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To improve sleep outcomes for children with DD’s

  • The scale of the problem:
  • Sleep problems affect around 80% of children with DD’s
  • Likely to be severe and enduring; problems occurring between 3 and 4 times a week and can last into adulthood
  • Significant impact on their already compromised cognitive development
  • Significant impact on behaviour and mood
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To develop an “a set of sleep-related behaviours that expose persons to activities and cues that prepare them for and promote appropriately timed and effective sleep” (Meltzer and Mindell 2004)

evidence based sleep hygiene education intervention for parents of primary school aged (3-10 years) children with DD’s experiencing behavioural sleep problems

Sleep hygiene education

An under-used intervention?

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To develop an “a set of sleep-related behaviours that expose persons to activities and cues that prepare them for and promote appropriately timed and effective sleep” (Meltzer and Mindell 2004)

evidence based sleep hygiene education intervention for parents of primary school aged (3-10 years) children with DD’s experiencing behavioural sleep problems

Please get in touch….

j.sutton@bangor.ac.uk

info@learningdisabilitynurse.co.uk