Recording from 20 April - Understanding baby sleep and settling at 6-12 months
Recording from 27 April - Understanding baby sleep and settling at 6-12 months
Baby sleep and settling at 6–12 months: about these webinars
At around six months, your baby will develop lots of new abilities that can affect sleep. For example, at this age babies gain the ability to keep themselves awake. At the same time, they’re learning many exciting new skills like rolling and crawling. They might also start experiencing separation anxiety, which is when they get upset because mum or dad isn’t there.
The combination of being able to do exciting things and being able to stay awake means your baby might wake more often during the night and be more reluctant to go back to sleep.
You’re invited to join two free, live webinars on sleep and settling for babies aged 6–12 months.
In the first webinar, Registered Nurse Di Halloran will talk about what affects your baby’s sleep and settling, and how you can help. In the second Q&A-style webinar a week later, Di will answer your questions about young babies’ sleep.
These webinars are suitable for parents and carers of babies aged 6–12 months.
Baby sleep and settling at 6-12 months webinars
Understanding baby sleep and settling at 6-12 months
Tuesday, 20 April 2021, 7 pm AEST
The first webinar:
- looks at how baby development at 6-12 months can affect sleep
- offers tips for developing new routines, using settling strategies and getting to know your child.
Di Halloran will also give you advice on:
- making decisions that suit you, your baby and the way you want to raise your child
- seeking professional help if you need it.
Duration: 60 minutes
Baby sleep and settling at 0–6 months: Q&A
Tuesday, 27 April 2021, 7 pm AEST
In this Q&A session, you’ll have the chance to share your experiences, ask follow-up questions and hear more ideas on helping young babies sleep and settle.
Duration: 60 minutes
Presented by: Di Halloran
Di is a Registered Nurse with many years of experience working with families with young children. She also has a policy and development role at the Centre for Community Child Health, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, which involves working with child health professionals. Di is passionate about supporting parents and making sure they have access to sound, evidence-based information.
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About this webinar
This webinar offers free, live advice from a trusted parenting expert. It offers support without the need for appointments or fees and is delivered in real time to the comfort of your home. It’s also a chance to hear from other parents facing challenges like yours.
This webinar was developed by the Parenting Research Centre in collaboration with Australian experts, brought to you by raisingchildren.net.au, and funded by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services.
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