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Members of the IPSA (International Paediatric Sleep Association) which operates exclusively for scientific and educational purposes. The. IPSA promotes basic and applied research, teaching programmes, holds scientific meetings, informs the public on sleep research, and establishes and maintains standards of reporting and classifying data in the field of paediatric sleep research. 

Members of the BSS (British Sleep Society), a  professional organisation for medical, scientific and healthcare workers dealing with sleeping disorders.

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CHOOSING THE RIGHT PLAN FOR YOUR FAMILY 

Each and every one of our 'remarkable' sleep support plans are loving, responsive and highly effective. Designed to enable, empower and encourage, our plans work wonders in a range of sleep issues, family set ups and cultures, children’s temperaments and developmental ages and stages, parental philosophies and budgets. Every plan comes from a place of love and has your child’s happiness and well-being at its core. 

Follow these simple steps to see which of our four sleep plans (with their varying levels of support) is best suited to your family's needs.

Step 1:   Use our Self Assess tool (below) 

Step 2:  Click on the square icon of the package you were recommended or are interested in

Step 3:  If suitable for the PDF plan, purchase that and the recommended 'Future-Proofing' add-on. (You will be gifted the Sleep Needs Table (£30) for free. 

Step 4:  If the self assessment suggested you explore packages with a higher level of support, please request a free, in-depth, personalised assessment form using the email support@calmandbright.co.uk or via the contact form. 

Please Note: Alongside our four packages, we have two essential add-ons. We strongly recommend that families suitable for the PDF option also purchase the Future-Proofing Guide (£30). This protects your solid sleep against future obstacles such as illness and nap changes and prevents them from causing any long-term impact. Heralded ‘a game changer’ for those who don’t wish to fall at the first hurdle once their plan is completed (or go back to where they were). Almost every family chooses this essential guide. 

Our second add-on is the Sleep Needs Table - a ‘priceless’ tool that takes the mystery out of day and night sleep from birth to age 6. It offers clear and concise information on awake times, nap length and duration, number of naps, total night sleep and night feeds. Birth to age 6. Families who purchase the PDF plan and Future-Proofing Guide get the Sleep Needs Table gifted, for free (value £30.) 

PACKAGES

PDF ONLY PLANS
 

Families who purchase the Future-Proofing add-on with their PDF plan will be gifted our Sleep Needs Table free of charge (value £30) 

PREMIUM PLANS

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BESPOKE

£500

Please bear in mind that your assessment will only be accurate if you are honest in your answers. If you buy a plan lesser to the one you really need, it may well result in the plan costing more in the long run (both practically and emotionally). Please answer from the heart.

QUESTIONS:

1) Broken sleep has been going on for:

A less than a year 

B over a year 

C more than 2 years 

 

2) Overnight, my child will typically wake: 

A 2 or less times a night 

B 3 or less times a night 

C 4 or more times a night  

 

3) On an average night my child is getting a total of around: 

A 9+ hours sleep 

B 8+ hours sleep 

C Under 8 hours sleep 

 

4) During a typical night my child will be awake for a total of around: 

A an hour or less 

B 1-2 hours 

C 2 or more hours  

 

5) My child’s day typically begins:  

A after 5.30

B after 4.30 

C before 4.30    

 

6) When not tired I would describe my child as: 

A usually happy and confident in their own skin 

B more often than not clingy with unpredictable moods at times 

C usually demanding, often suffering with emotional volatility

 

7) I would say my child is: 

A able to function normally, albeit not their best self because of the tiredness 

B constantly overtired and suffering from the ill effects of broken sleep  

C rock bottom exhausted - it’s impacting on their quality of life 

 

8) Developmentally, my child is:

A hitting standard milestones 

B pretty much where they are expected to be give or take a few months 

C delayed due to unknown/known factors 

 

9) My child’s health is: 

A generally good 

B less good than it could be, because of the tiredness  

C impacted upon by some serious health challenges   

 

10) When it comes to boundary setting and consistency: 

A I am able to do this most of the time when not exhausted 

B I regularly feel unable to do this, despite wanting to 

C I am an entirely baby-lead, ‘attachment’ parent and it’s working for me/ I don’t want to change that 

 

11) In terms of readiness for change: 

A we are 100% ready, come what may 

B we are somewhat guilt-filled, but know deep down it’s the right thing to do 

C we are undecided. There are some parts of the sleep ‘problem’ that we enjoy and don’t want to change

 

12) When it comes to my and my partner’s mental health 

A exhaustion is impacting heavily on my mood but I wouldn’t say I feel depressed 

B I have felt low, anxious and weepy but believe this is down to the exhaustion/ the usual trials of parenthood 

C I face significant mental health challenges

 

13) My experience of conception, pregnancy and birth was:

A full on but not traumatic

B difficult but I now have peace with it all 

C harrowing/ traumatic/ painful (either physically or emotionally). Conception may have followed loss or a particular effort to conceive

 

14) Our family’s emotional horizon is:

A pretty clear - life is settled and not outside 'our' ordinary 

B not entirely clear. There are some potentially unsettling variables such as a return to work/ new baby on the way/ house move/ start at nursery or similar 

C jam packed. There is a considerable amount of difficult/ stressful events/ changes going on for our family 

15) When it comes to the protest that I may well face from my child:

A I don’t like to hear them cry but I accept that some protest will be part of the process 

B I accept it will happen but have mixed feelings/ concerns about it 

C I am inherently opposed to any kind of struggle for my child and I am not willing to continue if there is any kind of protest

OUTCOME:

If your answers contained only As and Bs, we are confident that your case is suitable for the PDF-only plan which you can purchase online.

If you answered any Cs at all it is highly recommended that you request our in-depth assessment form so that we can be sure to get you the care and the results that your family needs and deserves. 

You can request a form here:

Please note: C&B strongly advises against choosing a lower cost package that’s not adequate for your needs. Our support recommendations are based on ten years’ experience and professional judgement. C&B takes no responsibility for the outcome of packages purchased. If your recommended package is not in your budget or you want to discuss a lower package please email us on support@calmandbright.co.uk for personalised guidance on the best help for you. 

FORM REQUEST:

SELF ASSESSMENT