If we’re doing a phone or email consultation, the first step is about getting to know you and your child; we’ll ask you lots of questions about their current feeding and sleeping. This is all done completely without judgment, as we’re simply trying to get to the bottom of your challenges.
From there we’ll provide you with a very detailed and individual sleep assessment based on your baby’s sleep environment, sleep patterns, settling techniques, feeding times and much, much more. When you have this assessment, it’s up to you when you start making changes. When you begin to implement these, you’ll send us activity logs every couple of days so that we can assess what is going on for your baby; we’ll attach notes and further suggestions and send them back to you (or chat to you over the phone if you had booked a phone consult) so that, together, we can get your baby sleeping well.
When you book an in-home consultation, the process is similar but more in-depth. This makes it a good option for more complex sleep challenges. The other difference with the in-home consultation is that it’s more hands-on; we’re there to physically and emotionally support you to and to help you with the process of getting your child to sleep. The same one week of follow up support comes with all the different packages; however, additional support is available if needed.