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.
Safe Sleep Space is an Australian Council of Healthcare Services (ACHS) EQuIP6 accredited organisation. We are passionate about supporting parents with high quality, engaging and easy to understand antenatal and early parenting education.
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Sadly, each year, SIDS and fatal sleeping accidents claim the lives of many infants as a result of unsafe sleeping environments.
It is essential that parents ensure their young infants and toddlers sleep safely at all times and that the research-based guidelines are followed. Download our safe sleeping recommendations.
At the risk of stating the painfully obvious, caring for multiples is a lot more work than for single babies. Take all the caregiving issues and multiply by 2, 3 or however many babies there are. It makes sense then to learn all you can about ways to encourage the littlest ones to sleep well.
There are some common themes when it comes to managing our children’s sleep. And although every baby and toddler is an individual, parents tend to share similar responses to sleeping problems. One is hoping that things will get better with time, the other is finding it difficult to ask for help.