Sleep issues in children with TSC

Sleep issues are common in children living with TSC.

On this page you will find TSA’s zoom education event, in which Associate Professor Honey Heussler talks about the importance of sleep, sleep patterns and practical strategies you can try (both the video and presentation slides are available). This information is particularly helpful to parents and carers of younger children.

You may also like to refer to the Sleep Health Foundation, an Australian non-profit organisation and public advocate for sleep health.  The Sleep Health Foundation has a wealth of sleep-specific information for both children and adults including resources and factsheets on topics such as ADHD and sleep in childrenautism and sleep in children and epilepsy and sleep.

Please note: The opinions expressed are those of the presenter(s) and are not an official pronouncement of TSA.  Please consult your health professional before taking any action based on the information provided.

pablo 48


Financial supports
Getting the most out of a visit to your GP
Identifying emerging challenging behaviours
In Safe Hands: An introductory guide to TSC for teachers and educators
In Safe Hands: How to be a good advocate for your child with TSC at school
Life expectancy of people living with TSC
New diagnosis parachute packs
Neurodevelopmental disorders in children
Reach Out
Sex and sexuality in young people with TSC
Sleep issues in children with TSC
Transitioning from child to adult care
TSA updates
Tubee children’s picture book about TSC
Useful organisations and contacts
Using Facebook
Video library