Neurim Satellite Symposium: Navigating through the Insomnia Roadmap in Children with ASD

This symposium will shed light on the characteristics and prevalence of insomnia among children with ASD and the impact insomnia has on child, parents, and caregivers’ well-being. Furthermore, participants will be introduced to new innovative perspectives and developments that could change the approach to treating sleep disorders in children with ASD.
*Lunch boxes will be served with this symposium


Navigating through the Insomnia Roadmap in Children with ASD
Educational financial support provided by Neurim Pharmaceuticals
Sunday, April 29 | 12:15pm-1:45pm | Room 341

Chair: Carmen Schroder (France)

12:15pm-12:20pm
Welcome and introduction

Carmen Schroder (France)

12:20pm-12:45pm
Sleep disturbances in ASD children and its impact on child, caregiver and family

Carmen Schroder (France)

12:45-1:10pm
Melatonin and sleep disturbances in children with ASD

Sylvie Tordjman (France)

1:10pm-1:35pm
New perspectives in treating sleep problems in children with ASD

Paul Gringas (United Kingdom)

1:35pm-1:45pm
Summary and closing remarks