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.
If your family needs to go to sleep school, go with them. You are part of that family and you are part of the solution.
Babies are champion learners - and also champion nappers. And those two facts are probably related.
Getting a toddler to bed can be tricky enough without adding a baby into the mix. Here's how to cope with it all.
One mother's futile attempt to sleep in caught on camera in a hilarious - and very cute - video.
For parents with nocturnal babies, the advice of a "baby whisperer" or "sleep trainer" can be extremely divisive.
His methods may not be for everyone, but Dr Brian Symon is adamant that his sleep advice is safe for babies. Here is his method in his own words.
There are few things that polarise a group of mothers like the two little words ‘sleep school’.
In case you are co-sleeping with your baby, and all the ‘helpful’ advice from others is sending you down the slippery slope of self-doubt, let’s bust a few myths on the topic.
They have helped the sleep deprived parents of 7.4 million newborn babies, but has the work of NSW baby clinics changed since the first one opened a century ago?
Doctors warn against co-sleeping, but their advice is too simplistic and not realistic for many families, says one expert.
The four-month sleep regression, the 12-month sleep regression, the 18-month sleep regression: what's happening to your baby? No, your child isn't going backwards - she's actually progressing.