March 14, 2022
Sleep is great for your child’s mental and physical development— but it can be challenging to get a good night’s rest when your little one is living with a hearing condition. Research highlights that medical conditions are one of the top factors that disrupt the sleep quality
of children. Unfortunately, this bounces back: poor sleep quality can further aggravate a child's condition, and continue the cycle.
This can be very concerning for parents who simply want the best for their child’s health and well-being. Here are a few tips for parents who want to help children with hearing impairments get a good night's sleep.
July 01, 2020
Waking up early to the sound of your toddler screaming “Mama!” at 5am is not exactly the most peaceful way to start your day.
Early morning wake-ups are a very common challenge that parents face, and they can also be one of the most frustrating issues to fix. Many toddlers get stuck in a cycle of waking up early that they can’t seem to break out of.
But the good news is that there are a few ways you can help curb this cycle, and it starts with understanding why it happens in the first place.