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Sleep pattern in autistic teenagers

Dr Himani Narula Khanna
11 to 16 years

Created by Dr Himani Narula Khanna
Updated on Jul 30, 2020

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Adolescence brings with it physical as well as psychological and emotional changes in children. It is indeed a period of transition for the child and there can be many changes in behavior, eating and sleep patterns. For children with autism, these changes are seen just like any other neurotypical child. In this video, Dr. HImani Narula Khanna, a developmental behavioral pediatrician gives a quick insight into the changes in pattern for teenagers who are on the autism spectrum

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