Sleep At Last
Healthy Sleep Habits for Healthy Children
Here at Sleep at Last, we strongly believe that healthy sleep habits make for healthy children. A well-rested child is curious, energetic, happy, playful, and eager to learn. Ultimately, healthy sleep habits lead to happy children, functioning parents, and thriving families. My approach places much emphasis on accommodating your parenting style so that you are comfortable. The bottom line, is that you, as a parent, need to be comfortable with your child’s sleep plan in order for it to work for your family. When it comes to child-rearing, there are many different beliefs and philosophies.
While most books or online programs take a particular stand on child-rearing while addressing children’s sleep issues, (based largely around the issue of “crying it out”), I believe that your child’s quality of sleep is more important than my personal views on the subject.
As mothers and now a sleep professional, we have been trained and educated on a variety of parenting styles and have a breadth of knowledge on sleep science. And we would never ask you to do anything you are not comfortable with doing. Or anything we wouldn’t do with our own children. When parents choose us as their personal Sleep Coach, they are placing a great deal of trust in us; and we want you to know that we take this responsibility very seriously.
Our 3-Step Approach to Sleep Coaching
Step 1: Honest Education backed by science
We will give you honest information about WHY sleep is so important for your child’s well-being. This will give you all the motivation you need to make changes to your child’s sleep habits!
Step 2: An easy-to -follow Step-by-Step Plan
We will lay out an easy-to-follow, step-by-step plan
That allows you to make some choices about what is the right approach for your child. All children are different, and nobody knows your child better than you do. I encourage you to use your knowledge of your child to customize his or her sleep plan.
Step 3: A Commitment to Success
We’ll show you how to measure success
I’ll tell you what you should expect along the way…
(No, you shouldn’t expect your child to sleep 12 uninterrupted hours on the first night – although it does happen!)