I am Eylin and I am creating this blog to help parents who face sleeping problems with their children who show signs of Sensory Processing Disorder, called also Sensory Integration dysfunction. These terms were new to me long ago, but I learned their meaning by observing my child’s sensory signals and cues. Children who face sleeping sensory issues have difficulties to process everything happening around them. Some parents need to understand how a child feels, or have to deal with sensory information on a daily basis. There are many factors which might affect the child’s sleep as well as different solutions that could help a child to stay asleep. I will share my experience of having a child with sleeping sensory issues and how I use my child’s sensory signals and cues to handle his bedtime.