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

  • HR Manager

    Hours: Part time 15 hours per week (over 3 days Monday to Thursday TBC) Salary: £30,467 p.a. pro rata i.e. £13,057.29 for 15 hours per week Contract: Permanent Closing date: 9.00am, Monday 8 June 2020 Interview date: Week of 15 June 2020 (Possibly via Zoom)

    21st May 2020
  • Sound Sleep Online 28th May 2020

    We’re excited to announce the launch of a new online training course. Sound Sleep Online is 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

    12th May 2020
  • Update – COVID-19

    Due to current government guidelines, we are postponing all face-to-face training courses for the foreseeable future. As of 28th May 2020 we’re launching some new online training courses via Zoom. If you would be interested in learning about face-to-face training courses once we are up and running again, please email training@sleepscotland.org to be added to

    20th March 2020
  • Update – Covid-19
    17th March 2020

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