It’s late. You’re exhausted. You just want to get some sleep! But where can you turn? Enter babysleep.com: a free resource for parents who want expert advice on helping their babies sleep better.
The Pediatric Sleep Council, an organization dedicated to providing comprehensive and evidence-based information on baby and toddler sleep, is behind this helpful site. While friends and family often have good advice, you can rest easy knowing the tips on Babysleep.com are provided by pediatric sleep experts.
On the site, you’ll find advice videos featuring experts, the latest news and research, book recommendations, and a wide variety of tips, tricks, and tools. Topics include how to help babies sleep through the night, how to transition toddlers to a bed, and even solving tough nap problems. Though it’s geared to babies and toddlers, much of the advice is also applicable to older children.
“Sleep affects every aspect of a baby’s as well as a family’s well-being, including mood, learning, and health. Yet, approximately one-third of parents report their child has a sleep problem,” says Dr. Jodi Mindell, Professor of Psychology at Saint Joseph’s University, Associate Director of the Sleep Center at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and Chair of the Pediatric Sleep Council. “We created babysleep.com to bring awareness to this common problem and provide education and resources to help.”