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Sleep services in Falkirk

Listed below are the sleep services provided in your area by sleep counsellors trained by Sleep Scotland. Sleep counselling is for children and young adults with additional support needs. To apply for sleep counselling, please contact the service representative directly.


Finding the right service for you

At the top of each entry you’ll find the referral criteria for the service. Please check these criteria carefully to make sure you are eligible before contacting the service. The drop-down link in each entry provides information on the type of sleep support the service provides, and how families or professionals can request a referral.

If you don’t fit the referral criteria for any of the services listed in your area, please view our list of alternative sources of support.

Please note that we do not inspect the services listed. For more information regarding this, please view oursleep service directory disclaimer.

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Catchment Area
Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannan council areas

Local Authority or Health Board
NHS Forth Valley

Referral Criteria
Must have complex additional support needs or complex health needs
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Name of service:
Forth Valley Royal Hospital
Sleep counselling:
Yes
Parent workshops:
No
Referral procedure:
Parents can refer themselves, or referrals can be made via Consultants, Education, Social Work, Carers Centre, Respite and other professionals.
Self-referral procedure:
Contact service using details below.
Contact information
Name(s):
Annmarie King
Address:
Children's Ward
Women and Children's Department
Forth Valley Royal Hospital
Stirling Road
Larbert
FK5 4EB
Email:
annmarie.king@nhs.net
Telephone:
07748 176 873
Website:
N/A
Catchment Area
Falkirk, Camelon, Larbert, Grangemouth and Denny Areas

Local Authority or Health Board
NHS Forth Valley

Referral Criteria
Any family with a child under 4 years of age who has problems with sleep - either getting to sleep at night or with many night wakings.
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Name of service:
Aberlour Child Care Trust
Sleep counselling:
Yes
Parent workshops:
No
Referral procedure:
Parents can self-refer, or request a referral via their GP, Health Visitor or Social Work. Referral is made through a 'Request for Assistance' form.
Self-referral procedure:
Contact service using details below
Contact information
Name(s):
Wilma McAllister, Lizzie Hannah and Amanda Rutherford
Address:
Aberlour Early Years Outreach Service
c/o Laurieston Campus,
Bog Road
Laurieston,
FK2 9PB
Email:
earlyyearsoutreach@aberlour.org.uk
Telephone:
01324 503 494
Website:
N/A
Additional information
Support also available in the evenings if parent has difficulties settling a child to sleep at night.
Catchment Area
Airth, Bantaskine, Bothkennar, Camelon, Carronshore, Dunmore, Denny, Dennyloanhead, Dunipace, Fankerton, Grangemouth, Head of Muir, Haggs, Longcroft, Larbert, Letham, Skinflats, Stenhousemuir, South Alloa, Tamfourhill, Torwood, Stonywood

Local Authority or Health Board
Falkirk Council / NHS Forth Valley

Referral Criteria
  • Our age range is between birth and the child’s fourth birthday.
  • We respond to a range of needs experienced by young children and their families who are affected by one or more of the following issues: parental mental health, parental substance misuse, domestic abuse, parenting, boding/attachment/attunement, child development concerns, poverty, parent/child disability, child protection/children at risk, parental ill health and crisis family situations – although we are not a crisis intervention service.
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Name of service:
Aberlour Early Years Outreach Service
Sleep counselling:
Yes
Parent workshops:
Yes
We don’t provide workshops on sleep only but do incorporate sleep within our groups and individual work
Referral procedure:
Parents can self-refer or request a referral via a health visitor, or via any professional working with a family. Where a professional has referred, the parent has to agree to the request. Request forms can be accessed by contacting the service on our secure email.
Self-referral procedure:
Request forms can be accessed by contacting the service on our secure email FV-UHB.AberlourOutreach@nhs.net
Contact information
Name(s):
Wilma McAllister, Lizzie Hannah and Amanda Rutherford
Address:
Aberlour Early Years Outreach Service
c/o Laurieston Campus,
Bog Road
Laurieston,
FK2 9PB
Email:
earlyyearsoutreach@aberlour.org.uk
Telephone:
01324 503 494
Website:
N/A


Support Line

Sleep Scotland's free Sleep Support Line provides on-the-spot guidance to parents and guardians struggling with their children's and teenagers' sleep problems. This includes, but is not limited to, mainstream, or typically developing, children and teenagers, who previously could not access our services. The line gives all families across Scotland access to free support from Sleep Scotland's experienced sleep counsellors, thanks to a grant from The Big Lottery Fund Scotland. Parents and carers will be able to seek tailored advice on sleep for their children, from sleepless toddlers to teenagers dealing with exam stress and the distractions of social media.

To access this support, parents, carers or teenagers should contact us on 0800 138 6565, Monday to Thursday, 10am to 4pm. If you are unable to call during those times, or require an alternative to using the telephone, please e-mail us at sleepsupport@sleepscotland.org and we will arrange this.