Sleep At Last
pre-program video modules
Thank you for choosing Sleep at Last Pediatric Sleep Consulting! We’re so excited to have you become part of the Sleep at Last Family, and will do all in our power to help your little one develop healthy habits and sleep well. To start our sleep program, we require that you watch these introduction video modules. This ensures you have a good understanding of the process before we begin. You will also find some helpful downloads for your sleep program including your Sleep Plan Resources, Sleep-Related Activities and Education for your child, as well as some optional Additional and Helpful Reading materials.
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6 Modules … Total 37 Minutes
Watching these videos is mandatory for anyone who will join our consultation call. We will discuss an abundance of information, so preparing in advance for our talk and beginning the sleep program is the absolute best method for success. Video modules are between 3 and 13 minutes each, to make self-paced viewing very simple. I recommend you watch with your child’s printed sleep plan in front of you.
KALA GUICHARD SLEEP AT LAST
ERIN LAWYER SLEEP AT LAST
downloads for success
Your Sleep Program References many of the below documents. These will be helpful tools for you and your child on your sleep training journey.
Sleep Plan resources
These downloads were included in your Sleep Plan. If you haven’t already, please print these out.
DIY Bedtime & Morning Routine Charts
Sleep Plan Method – Your Script
Activites and Education for your child
Sleep Activity Booklet
Our Body is Like a Car
Affirmation and Confidence Cards
Why We Sleep
Sleep Coloring Book
Sleep Cycles Explained
addtional and helpful reads
Creating and Maintaining Boundaries
Just Imagine – Sleep Training Mindset
Managing Feeling of Guilt
It is completely normal to be nervous! But putting confidence in the plan and in your child’s ability to learn will make the difference. Remind yourself… Your child is loved, cared for, supported and fed. Remember WHY you are doing this. There will be big emotions as your little one experiences change and develops a new skill. Stay strong and consistent. Everything will get easier with each passing night.