Schedules, Stress and the Snooze Button:
Common Sleep Issues & How to Troubleshoot
Presented by Dr. Innessa Donskoy
Friday, November 20th

Webinar link will be emailed to all registered participants on Thursday, November 19th.
This program will be recorded.

Join us to learn about more about sleep and ways to improve your sleep habits and those of your children. Dr. Donskoy will:

  1. Introduce the basics of why and how we sleep
  2. Describe natural sleep drivers and patterns
  3. Highlight common culprits for sleep issues (pandemic or not!)
  4. Discuss the complex way that stress impacts sleep and vice versa
  5. Introduce concepts to help address sleep disturbances and prevent new ones

Q and A following the presentation

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Dr. Innessa Donskoy is a pediatric sleep medicine physician at Advocate Children’s Hospital in Illinois. She completed her Pediatric Residency at the University of Illinois at Chicago and her Sleep Medicine fellowship at the McGaw Medical Center at Northwestern University & Ann Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital. Dr. Donskoy sees patients from early infancy to late adolescence and treats a range of sleep disorders. She prefers to use a collaborative family centered approach to patient care, empowering patients and their caregivers to understand and optimize their own sleep health. She spends most of her free time trying to keep her own little monkeys from jumping on the bed.
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