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Hull and East Riding SEND sleep service

We understand the challenges you face when it comes to your children’s sleep. That’s why Kids sleep services are here to offer you a helping hand. Our team of trained sleep practitioners is dedicated to assisting and guiding you through your children’s sleep issues.

Who's it for?

Any child aged 1-18 living in Hull or East Riding, or with a Hull or East Riding GP.

When does it run?

Sleep workshops and events run throughout the year. There are no workshops during school holidays.

How much does it cost?


How to access the service

Parents / carers can refer themselves. Or your child's GP or a professional can refer you.

About this service

Children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) can face sleep difficulties more often than their peers. Whether it’s trouble falling asleep, frequent night awakenings, or early mornings, we’re here to help your child sleep better.

Our Sleep Service is designed to fit your life. We offer various ways to support you, including workshops, drop-in sessions, online advice and guidance sessions, and videos with hints & tips. Our mission is to empower you and your child with tools to enjoy restful nights and rejuvenating sleep.

We’re not just here for your child or young person; we’re here for you too. We know how tough sleep deprivation can be, so we’ll also provide you with practical ways to tackle your own sleep struggles.

Let’s work together to create peaceful sleep routines and brighter mornings for your children and yourself.

For professionals

We also provide training for professionals to help you identify and understand the challenges children face when they experience poor sleep. Please get in touch for more information about how we can support you or your team.

A parent’s view

“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”

Contact this service

The best way to contact this service is to use the form below. Alternatively, you can reach us by phone or email.

Phone: 01482 467 540 

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This is the Sleep Service’s Melatonin statement:

  • Research evidence has shown that there is variability in the content of melatonin “gummies” manufactured in the US and available on-line.
  • A study measuring the content of 25 brands of “gummy” found that some products contained up to 4 x the dose stated on the label.
  • Melatonin gummies can contain high levels of serotonin or CBD and deaths in children taking melatonin gummies have been reported in the US as a result of serotonin overdose.
  • Melatonin should only be taken under medical supervision and only if behavioural intervention has been offered.