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Manage your child’s sleep for daylight saving time

If you want to be proactive to minimize the disruption to your child’s sleep pattern, here are a few things to consider.

For Health Professionals

Children’s Physician Access is available 24/7 with a representative on the line throughout the call to assist with referrals, consultations and admissions and to provide general information.

Location and Contact Us

Visiting us? Get all the information you need to find our locations and contact us.

Resources

We know you may want to dig for more information, so we gathered these easy-to-digest materials and resources from pediatric organizations in Minnesota and beyond.

What to expect

The way we first meet depends on your child’s situation. Your child’s pediatrician may have referred you to us. Or maybe another specialist within the Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota network referred you to us. Or maybe you found us because you’re in search of sound pediatric sleep solution for your child and your family.

Meet the Team

The high quality of care provided by Children’s Sleep Center is a function of great doctors, nurses, technologists and support staff, all committed to the same goal of caring for the entire family. Our team is made up of several types of dedicated professionals:

Outcomes and Research

At Children’s, we focus on research and innovations that make a difference at the bedside. From improving day-to-day quality of life for children and teens, to developing new pain management approaches and adopting cutting-edge technologies, our research is completely kid and family-focused.

Conditions and Services

Sleep disorders are extremely common and affect the quality of all your child’s waking hours. They can cause worry, frustration and anger. But rest assured, at Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, we know when something is normal and when it is concerning. The American Academy of Pediatrics also recently recommended that all children with Down syndrome have a polysomnogram before 4 years of age to rule out obstructive sleep apnea/sleep disordered breathing.

Sleep Disorders

Parents know good sleep is essential for healthy growth and functioning. Parents also know that good sleep can be hard to come by.