KIDS Sleep services provide trained sleep practitioners who are able to support and advise families on their children’s sleep problems and support them to put effective strategies in place. The practitioners also give parents coping mechanisms to help with their own sleep deprivation.  Help is provided through the delivery of sleep workshops and individualised support.

"The advice we have been given can help to establish bedtime routines and sleeping patterns with all three of our children, not just our child who has autism"


How does the service work?

Children and young people with SEND (Special Educational needs and Disabilities) are far more likely than their peers to have sleep difficulties. These may include difficulty going to sleep, waking frequently throughout the night or waking early in the morning.

The Sleep Service aims to support the child or young person to sleep better with a range of methods individualised to each particular family. Support is provided through a range of methods, including workshops, support in the family home, 1:1 support in the child’s school, clinic appointments and telephone support.

Who is the service for?

Any child or young person aged 1-19, living in Hull or with a Hull GP

How much does it cost?

This service is free.

Availability:

Visits are usually held during the day. No workshops are delivered during school holidays.


How to access this service:

Parents can self refer or any professional can make a referral using the phone number or email below.

Contact:


Phone: 01482 467540
Email: Sue.wilson@kids.org.uk