Dana Obleman, founder of Sleep Sense Publishing Inc, has launched a do-it-yourself system that allows tired parents to teach their children how to become better sleepers. According to a press release from the company, this program can be implemented starting right from birth, or at any point in the child’s first 3 years.
Parents with newborn babies can especially understand how a sleep problems can disrupt their lives during the night and affect work productivity during the day.
According to the company’s Web site, the program does the following:
• Teaches children how to sleep through the night.
• Gets children to take long, regular naps.
• Weans babies off disruptive nighttime feedings.
• Gets baby out of parents’ bed and into their own room.
• Breaks children’s "soother habit."
Those interested in this program can visit the Sleep Sense Publishing Web site at www.sleepsense.net.