As many as 80% of parents report that their child with autism does not get a full night’s sleep. Challenges such as falling asleep and staying asleep are common, and may have a variety of different underlying causes, including sensory issues, anxiety, medical conditions, or medication side effects. For many families, simple behavioral strategies that improve “sleep hygiene” can lead to significant improvements in children’s sleep. Tuck.com has compiled a helpful guide for families that provides a detailed, research-based overview of the specific difficulties people with ASD may encounter as well as sleep-management strategies that can be used. Click here to check out the guide!