Sleep problems

Here is some information about a wonderful free resource that can help parents and children to learn more about their sleep and develop better bedtime routines.

Sleep is essential to brain function, by helping children to sleep better, we can help them to succeed in school.

I have attached a poster with the opening times and more information about the service. 

National Sleep Helpline
At any given time up to 40% of adults and 50% of children (this rises to 80% with a SEND diagnosis) have difficulties with their sleep. Yet in a recent survey, almost 60% of adults felt there was a lack of support for sleep issues. Sleep problems can leave people feeling isolated and lonely.
Our free helpline is run by trained sleep advisors, many of whom are specialists in working with SEND. We can talk to young people directly, or parents (we can also talk to adults, including older people, about their sleep issues).
The helpline is open 5 times a week, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday evenings 7-9pm, and Monday, Wednesday mornings 9-11am. The number is 03303 530 541.
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