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Many children experience sleep problems which can affect their and their parents mental and physical health (Koulouglioti et al., 2008; ; Martin et al., 2007; Meltzer & Mindell, 2007; O’Brien, 2011). These problems can become chronic if not treated (Kataria et al., 1987; Zuckerman et al., 1987). A non-concurrent multiple baseline design across subjects was used to evaluate the effects of teaching parents of 5-9 year old typically developing children to improve their child’s sleep through telecommunication. The parents were taught how to implement the intervention through Zoom conference meetings and were required to fill out an online sleep diary and an online daily diary. For all the children there was a decrease in sleep problems when the parents implemented the intervention that was tailored for each problem. Follow-up showed that the decrease in sleep problems had been maintained. Furthermore, parents reported high levels of satisfaction with the assessment procedures, the treatment, the improvements in their child’s sleep, and the consultation. These findings indicate that using telecommunication is a viable option to teach parents how to implement sleep intervention.
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