about the healthy development of children
with sleep problems, and find ways to
help their families.”
We know that sleep problems are very common among young children—25-40% of parents of preschool-aged children report that their child has problems with sleep on a regular basis. And while we know that these sleep problems can have a real impact on day-to-day life for families, less is known about the long-term impact of sleep problems or whether treatment pays off in the long run.
In the SHIP study, we hope to answer these questions to improve sleep and development for all children.