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About the Course

Navigating sleep challenges is notably tough for families, particularly those nurturing children with autism. Recognizing the effect sleep difficulties can have. We’re delighted to have you join our FREE Caregiver Webinar focused on restoring peaceful nights for your family.

Led by Kylan Turner, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA, this session promises to shed light on:

  • 🌙 Behavioral Sleep Solutions: Explore effective techniques tailored to overcome sleep challenges, fostering serene nights for all.
  • 🌟 Insights on Sleep Issues in Autism: Delve into the reasons behind sleep disturbances in children with autism and their impact on family life.
  • 🛌 Customized Sleep Strategies: Learn to adapt sleep interventions to meet your child’s specific needs, enhancing sleep quality for the whole family.
  • 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Boosting Family Harmony: Discover approaches that not only improve sleep but also contribute to the overall harmony and well-being of your family.

Guided by Dr. Turner’s expertise, this webinar equips you with the knowledge and strategies to tackle sleep problems through behavioral methods. Our goal is to empower you and your family with the tools needed for everyone to enjoy the rest they deserve.

Seize this chance to transform how your family approaches bedtime. Join us for a night of learning, support, and steps towards better sleep.

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About Kylan

Kylan S. Turner, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA (RI), LABA (MA), is a doctoral-level Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA-D®) and an Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Behavior Analysis at Simmons University. She has worked with individuals with developmental disabilities and their families since 2003. Dr. Turner received her doctorate in Special Education from the University of Pittsburgh in 2012. She has specialized in researching interventions provided through caregiver training to address prevalent sleep and feeding behavior problems in children with autism. She has a strong interest in analyzing caregiver-nominated target problem behaviors to increase family engagement in treatment. Additionally, she has researched the efficacy and feasibility of service delivery models of ABA such as telehealth, group caregiver workshops, and manualized training packages in developing countries, traditionally underserved, and rural areas. Finally, she has a strong interest in the dissemination of behavior analysis across disciplines, particularly by employing combinations of single-subject and group design methodologies. Dr. Turner also enjoys following the research interests of her students. She has presented at conferences, delivered workshops, and taught courses internationally.