Infant Sleep Consultants is run by three highly experienced and qualified professionals who have each had over eighteen years experience with babies and children. We offer help and advice with your child from newborn to six years. We do not have a "one solution fits all" approach as we know every child is different, but work with you to create a tailor made plan that you can manage and one which takes into account the needs of the child and expectations of each family.
By the time parents contact us, they have often spoken to many well meaning friends and searched extensively on the internet. Although there is a vast amount of information out there all aimed at assisting tired parents, much of it contains conflicting advice so we have found parents become overloaded with information and overwhelmed by what to do next.
We are all parents so fully understand and empathise with the demands and challenges of parenthood and our expertise will ease the path for you....we've been there, we get it! We will be there to support you through any confidence dips and are certain that with our reassurance and some consistency, your child will be sleeping through in no time!
Our new baby packages offer help and support in those hectic first months, ensuring successful feeding and sleeping patterns. We will teach parents how to anticipate tiredness signals so your baby gets the rest that is essential for his or her mental and physical development.
Sleep training packages are designed to resolve all sleep related issues from persistent night wakings to fraught bedtimes or nightmares and helping your child to sleep in their own bed. Using proven soothing techniques, the whole family will be sleeping better within a few nights! We also offer home visits for groups of friends who would like trouble shooting sessions for advice and guidance.
Keep bedtimes calm and have a consistent bedtime routine in place which your baby will learn to adapt to and quickly come to expect, going down to sleep without a fuss.
If your child wakes in the night, try not to rush in too quickly as this sometimes disturbs them and you won't give them the opportunity to settle themselves on their own.