zations, such as the Girl Scouts and the Boy Scouts, to develop programs about sleep. Scouts could be awarded a badge for taking part in activities relating to sleep awareness.
Once your teen has developed a successful sleep-wake regimen, encourage her to speak to friends and younger kids about strategies for getting more rest.
Arrange an annual school assembly on sleep during National Sleep Awareness Week each March.
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