Unfortunately there are no Sleep Scotland services in your area.
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 email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will arrange an alternative.
If this is not suitable, please see below for alternative forms of support, available from other organisations.
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The listed services and links to websites maintained by other organisations are included in the sleep service directory to assist you, and are provided in good faith. Their inclusion in the sleep service directory does not imply that Sleep Scotland endorses or supports them, nor does the absence of a service imply that Sleep Scotland does not support them.
Support for babies and toddlers
- Health visitor service provided by your GP practice
- Helpline provided by Cry-sis
- Sleep: babies and toddlers leaflet by Parenting Across Scotland
Support for children and young adults with autism
- Information about autism and sleep by Scottish Autism
- Information about autism and sleep by the National Autistic Society
Support for children and young adults
Please ask your GP, who may know the care pathway for children and young adults with sleep problems in your area.
Support for young adults (over 12 years old)
Help us raise awareness
Please help us raise awareness about the need for sleep support in your area by contacting your MP, MSP or councillor.