All advice and guidance supplied by Infant Sleep Consultants is provided as general information from my experience only and should not be treated as a substitute for the medical advice of your own doctor or healthcare professional.
Infant Sleep Consultants is not responsible or liable for any situation whereby an infant does not sleep through the night based on the content of our sleep consultancy programme. If the child reverts after having used our sleep training programme, it is important to recognise that this can be part of normal development due to growth spurts, teething and illness.
Our sleep advisors do not claim to be medically qualified above and beyond the OCN Sleep Training Course and NHS Sleep Training Programme. You should always consult your GP or healthcare professional if you are in any way concerned about your child.
Data Protection: Infant Sleep Consultants takes the information provided by clients seriously. Client's personal details are stored securely on password protected software and by anti virus protection. Access is limited to Annie Simpson, Katie Palmer, Helen Broadhead, Kirsty Vant and our Personal Assistant, Alex Wilkinson.
I.S.C meets the 8 points of requirement of GDPR relating to holding of personal data as follows:
1) Clients have the right to access any personal information held about them and a copy of this can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
2) Clients have the right to request corrections and hcanges to information held about them.
3) Clients can request that any personal data about themselves is removed or destroyed.
4) Client's personal data will not be held for longer than necessary.
5) In the event of any data breaches by unauthorised persons, clients will be informed within 72 hours.
6) Details about the client and their family are treated confidentially and not shared with any other person, publication, agency or business unless such disclosure is required by law.
7) Infant Sleep Consultants hold client's names and addresses for tax purposes for a period of at least five years.
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.