To reduce the incidence of SIDS and fatal sleeping accidents in Australia, SIDS and Kids educates the public in safe sleeping practices for babies. Here are their guidelines.
As your child gets older, you’ll find their sleep needs change. From their time as a newborn, through to toddlerhood and beyond, children need good sleep to help them develop and stay healthy.
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As any parent will testify, sleep can rule your world when you have a new little one, and there will almost certainly be a period when a full night’s rest seems a distant memory.
Safe sleeping for babies can be an anxiety-fraught topic for new parents, but the good news is we know more than ever before about minimising the risks of your little one’s all-important slumber time. These advisable sleeping practices are simple to remember, and can help put your mind to rest during those early days.
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