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Sleep Problems

Northwest Media

45 minutes. $99.

A course for parents of foster and adopted children on how to approach common sleep disorders in children. The video shows four families struggling with their children’s sleeping problems and getting practical advice from Dr. Richard Delaney on treating the problems. Four sleep problems are discussed: anxiety caused by sleeping alone, roaming, nightmares or night terrors, and depression. Parents are advised on how to help children maintain a regular sleep schedule, reduce stress in their children’s lives, and find professional help. The DVD includes a multiple-choice test for parents to check their understanding of the material. (800) 777-6636, http://www.northwestmedia.com.

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