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Travel, Time Zones and Infant Toddler Sleep

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Travel, Time Zones & Infant / Toddler Sleep
Planning a trip away from home? Whether you're visiting family a few hours' car-ride away, or flying clear across the country, this webinar will offer practical and proven sleep suggestions to help your infant or toddler make a smoother adjustment. 

Learn to determine optimal timing for flights and car travel, what gear to bring for better sleep while away, when and how to remain flexible about naps and bedtime while avoiding exhaustion-fueled meltdowns.

We'll review sleep pattern development and circadian rhythms and how environmental changes like light and sound can reinforce or interfere with sleep patterns. We'll also discuss the biology behind jet-lag and how to manage both small and large time zone shifts with infants and toddlers so you can enjoy your time when away, and get back on track when you return home.

Presented by Sleep Scientist and Isis Parenting Sleep Team Leader Erin Flynn-Evans, PhD ALM, RPSGT
Erin's popular Science of Infant Toddler Sleep webinar has garnered over 4000 viewers.
Don't miss this continuation of our Infant Toddler Sleep Support webinar series.

Participant Questions and Answers are welcome as time permits. Please submit questions in advance using the registration form. All registrants will receive a link to the recording after the event.

Date: Mon, Oct 22, 2012
Time: 08:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Isis Parenting
 Presenter Information
Erin Flynn-Evans, PhD ALM, RPSGT
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Dr. Erin Flynn-Evans is a Research Fellow in the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital where she studies the effects of light on sleep and the circadian system. She was lead researcher on a multi-year project studying sleep patterns of astronauts on the Space Shuttle launches and is currently collaborating on a study examining sleep and circadian rhythms in autistic children.

Dr. Flynn-Evans is a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, National Sleep Foundation, Society for Research on Biological Rhythms and Massachusetts Sleep Society. She has given numerous community lectures on the topic of infant and toddler sleep including at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard School of Public Health.

At Isis Parenting, Erin serves as Sleep Team Co-Leader and Senior Sleep Consultant. She has conducted more than 1500 Infant and Toddler Sleep Consultations with Isis families. She and her husband live in Boston and have two young sons.

Nancy Holtzman, RN IBCLC CPN
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Moderated by Nancy Holtzman, VP of Clinical Content & eLearning.

Nancy is a maternal-infant specialist, board certified lactation consultant and board certified pediatric nurse and a clinical co-founder of Isis Parenting. She has spent the past 22 years working with new families in the Boston area, and speaks and writes nationally on early parenting topics ranging from breastfeeding to infant development and sleep.
Nancy is the mother of two young adults and lives in Boston with her husband and a rescued Bichon Frise. Nancy is found tweeting about babies, sleep, breastfeeding and parenting every day on twitter at @nancyholtzman