Sleep products manufacturer Reverie, with headquarters in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, hosted a webinar about the impact of sleep loss on children’s academic success.
The 45-minute webinar session on Sept. 14 featured Dawn Dore-Stites, a faculty member at the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She holds a doctorate in clinical psychology and specializes in adolescent sleep issues.
The webinar, “Back-to-School Sleep Strategies,” was part of Reverie’s ongoing commitment to help improve sleep hygiene for children and parents, the company said in a news release.
“We know the impact a good night’s sleep can have on productivity and success, and there’s no back-to-school supply more important for strong academics than a good night’s sleep,” said Martin Rawls-Meehan, Reverie president and chief executive officer. “Parents sometimes miss the message that smart sleep is a key component to healthy children who are successful in the classroom. We hope to get this important information to parents by educating our retail partners on good sleep hygiene.”