Supporting every child to get a good night’s sleep Find out more about us What we do Supporting every child to get a good night’s sleep Find out more about us What we do

What we do


If your child is struggling to sleep it can be exhausting for them and for the whole family.


We offer a variety of courses for professionals working with typically developing children and young people and those with additional support needs.


Getting the right amount of sleep is as important as eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly.

COVID-19 updates

At this challenging time, sleep support is still available

How you can support us

Case study

Aaron is 15 years old and has Asperger syndrome. He worked with a teenage sleep counsellor after finding his poor sleep affected his mood, and ability to attend school. In this video, he talks about his experience working with a sleep counsellor and the effect it has had.

Latest news

  • Sound Sleep Online 25th August 2020

    We’re excited to announce the next instance of our Sound Sleep Online training course, adapted from Sleep Scotland’s popular Sound Sleep training day. Everyone who attends via Zoom will receive a teaching resource pack for professionals working with school-aged children and teenagers, to raise awareness of the importance of sleep for emotional and physical wellbeing.

    4th August 2020
  • Effects of the coronavirus pandemic on adults’ sleep

    How has the coronavirus pandemic affected our sleep?   If there is any consensus on the pandemic’s effects on sleep across the world, it is that it’s had a profound impact. As there’s evidence for both benefits and detriments, the overview below explores the nature of that impact. While further studies are needed for scientists to say

    28th July 2020
  • Effects of the coronavirus pandemic on youths’ sleep

    We live in unprecedented times. This article explores the importance of sleep for children and teenagers together with some challenges presented to young people by the unique conditions of the coronavirus pandemic. Youths may have trouble with learning and social development if their sleep is inadequate. Sleep deprivation impairs decision making and reduces attention and

    28th July 2020
  • Sleep Support Line Supervisor

    Hours: Part time 26 hours per week (Monday to Thursday 9.30am to 4pm) Salary range: £22,063 – £24,832 pro-rata Salary: £22,063 pro-rata i.e £16,389.66 per annum for 26 hours Contract: Permanent Closing date: 9.00am, Monday 17 August 2020 Interview date: 31 August 2020 (Via Zoom)

    27th July 2020

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