Kids with Autism Often Have Trouble Sleeping

Source: 
Archives of Disease in Children
Date Published: 
September 23, 2013
Abstract: 

The results of a recent study will probably come as no surprise to most parents of children with autism: children with ASDs have more sleep problems than their peers. In fact, between ages 2.5 and 11.5, kids with autism average 43 fewer minutes of sleep per night when compared to their typically-developing peers. The next step is to research how less sleep may play a part in behavior problems.