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Unplanned network outage


We are currently experiencing an unplanned network outage, affecting our phone and internet services. This means our information line is unavailable, and we may take longer than usual to respond to e-mail. This issue is being investigated with high priority, and will be resolved as soon as possible.

Update 30/08/16:

Our internet service has been restored, but our phones are still not working.

Update 31/08/16:

Our phone service has been restored, but our answering machine is not working. If you need to contact us outwith office hours, please send a message to enquiries@sleepscotland.org, or use our contact form.


Sleep advice sessions for Midlothian parents/carers


Who is it for?
Parents/carers in Midlothian of a child between 6 months and 5 years.

What will it involve?
These sleep advice session are run in partnership by Sleep Scotland-trained professionals. This involves a 45 minute session with a trained sleep advisor convering a range of common problems

  • environment
  • routine
  • pattern

Where and when?
Sessions will be held at Dalkeith Medical Centre from 9.30 until 12.30 on Mondays 9 May, 30 May, 6 June 2016 and at Rosslyn Medical Centre from 9.30 until 12.0 on Fridays 29 April, 20 May, 27 May 2016. Please see the poster below for full details.

How do I book?
If you are interested in booking an appointment please contact Sharon Sinclair at sleepclinicmss@gmail.com or 077621 89123.

Midlothian sleep advice sessions Apr-June 16


Research survey on Asperger’s Syndrome and sleep


Hafifa Habib, a postgraduate student at the University of Derby, has contacted us regarding a research project which she is undertaking as part of her studies. Sleep Scotland is not involved in this research. If you think you might like to participate, please see the details provided below, and follow the link for more information.An investigation to find out the relationship between Asperger’s syndrome in young children and reported sleeping difficulties. Continue reading →


Crossing Countries recruiting!


Crossing Countries, a unique organisation that matches disabled students (travellers) with a travel pal, is looking for new travellers for our 2015 trip to Durban, South Africa. They will support you to raise funds to allow you to go out and volunteer with their partners in Durban. In 2014 their travellers volunteered at crèches, schools, hospitals and Operation Bobbi Bear (a charity aiding sexually abused children). Continue reading →