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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.

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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Silly Season and Sleep – How to Manage Christmas with Your Baby in Australia
Silly Season and Sleep – How to Manage Christmas with Your Baby in Australia

by Safe Sleep Space December 06, 2019

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Looking after the wellbeing of dads
Looking after the wellbeing of dads

by Safe Sleep Space October 16, 2019

Many fathers report they find the whole process of labour and childbirth very confronting. Although most dads have done some research beforehand, the reality of the event and the following months of caring for a new baby, can come as quite a shock. Here are 10 tips for the wellbeing of dads during pregnancy, birth and early parenting.

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Amber beads. Why they're really not a good idea.....
Amber beads. Why they're really not a good idea.....

by Safe Sleep Space August 29, 2019

In recent years, there’s been a swell of interest in using amber bead jewellery for babies and young children. Parents, who use amber beads, believe that amber has therapeutic qualities when in contact with their child’s skin, particularly for alleviating teething symptoms. But what is the evidence of this and the associated risks?

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