The Sleep Success Programme covers why sleep is important and tips for developing sleep routines
For parents and carers with children over 12 months old.
The course is 5 weekly sessions, 2 hours each week.
What to Expect:
The course covers
- Common sleep issues
- Sleep and wellbeing
- Causes of sleep issues
- Bedtime routines and more
How to book
You can book your place via Eventbrite here:
Sleep Success Watch this quick video where Paige talks about bedtime routines and gives some top tips for a good night's sleep.
Please note that our staff are not specialists in children’s sleep disorders, if specialist support is needed speak your GP or other health professional.
Have you heard of the Sleep Charity?
The Sleep Charity provides information fact sheets, guides and top tips about getting a good night's sleep. Click the blue headings to read them now, or save them for later.
Common Sleep Issues: Find out about the most common issues kids have at bedtime, such as struggling to settle, changed in routine, bed-wetting and more
Nightmares and Night Terrors: Find out what the differences are, and what can help soothe them.
Bedtime Routines: A good routine helps to support children’s body clocks and aids relaxation, find example routines and helpful tips here.
Bedroom Environment: Find tips to help make your child’s bedroom the perfect place to support a restful night’s sleep:
Relaxation Tips: Read about how to create a relaxing and calm environment as bedtime approaches.
Diet and sleep : What we consume during the day can impact on our ability to sleep at night. Find out which foods are helpful and which ones to avoid before bed
Sleep Hub for Teens: Many teens enjoy spending their evenings gaming, being online or on social media sites and quite often these activities can run well into the night. The Teen Sleep hub can help get back control
Who can I talk to?
Ring the National Sleep Helpline: 03303 530 541 lines are open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 7 - 9pm and on Monday and Wednesday Mornings 9 - 11am