The Safe Sleep Space Approach

With an emphasis on caregiver interaction and social-emotional development, our approach offers you a better understanding of your baby's needs, cues and capabilities, then provides a step-by-step guide to workable strategies for creating and emotional and physical safe sleep space.

The Safe Sleep Space approach involves responding appropriately to your baby's cues and communication and therefore accommodating individual baby responses, temperaments and behaviours. With this in mind, no controlled crying is required to achieve good sleep patterns.

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How to cope when your child loses the day sleep
How to cope when your child loses the day sleep

by Safe Sleep Space December 12, 2017

The problem is that when toddlers drop their day sleep, they pick up their Mr Hyde personality on the way through. Have you ever had to deal with a small, tired child at 4 or 5pm? It’s like upsy-down town has replaced reality. No means yes and yes means no. Tantrums and tears can erupt at the smallest provocation. 

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Baby Sleep Patterns
Baby Sleep Patterns

by Safe Sleep Space July 21, 2015

It is completely natural for a baby in the first months of life to have variable sleep patterns, which include many sleeps of 2-3 hours and occasional longer ones. 

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How to Manage Baby Jet Lag
How to Manage Baby Jet Lag

by Safe Sleep Space May 26, 2015

Sunlight governs our 24 hour day/night body clock, or circadian rhythm, which is why when we pass a day or night in a plane we end up with a confused body clock.

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