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How to Choose a Sleep Consultant - Podcast

by Safe Sleep Space July 31, 2018

How to Choose a Sleep Consultant - Podcast

Where do you turn when you can’t get your baby to sleep? There are mountains of articles and online forums - not to mention advice from friends and family - but there are also professional sleep consultants you can call on.

In this Podcast from Kinderling Kids Radio, host Shevonne Hunt talks to numerous professionals, including our very own Safe Sleep Space Co Director, midwife and child maternal nurse, Cindy Davenport about how to find the right consultant for your family.

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