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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.

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Transitioning From Two Naps To One
Transitioning From Two Naps To One

by Cindy Davenport May 09, 2018

Toddlers are usually ready to drop their morning nap at around 15 to 18 months. Transitioning to one nap can be a challenging time for both parents and children. Here are some signs to watch out for and some tips to make the transition easier for all.

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Coping with Nightmares and Night Terrors
Coping with Nightmares and Night Terrors

by Cindy Davenport April 10, 2018

Witnessing your little one having a nightmare or night terror can be quite worrying and distressing. Nightmares and night terrors can often be easily confused, so it is important to understand the differences before offering your child appropriate settling strategies.

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It's progression, not sleep regression!
It's progression, not sleep regression!

by Safe Sleep Space January 30, 2018

Just when you think you've worked out your baby or toddler's sleep and some normality has finally returned, the wheels change and your baby or toddler has a turn of events; often coined as 'sleep regression'. Cindy Davenport, Co-Director of Safe Sleep Space helps us understand what is really going on.

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