Sleep Sense Online

Sleep Sense Online Course

Access individual advice on getting your baby to sleep through the night by joining the Sleep Sense Online Course. Let’s get your baby sleeping through!

This program consistently delivers incredible sleep transformations, in just 3 short weeks!

You will receive all the content needed to get your little one to sleep through the night. When you join up, complete the simple form.

  • Downloadable Sleep Sense guide with progress tracking
  • 10 Masterclasses presented by Meg Faure
  • Prompts, checklists, bonus content and resources
  • Q&A sessions and whatsapp support group
  • Indefinite access to course content and community support via Facebook group
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Meg Faure

Hi, I’m Meg Faure. I am an Occupational Therapist and the founder of Parent Sense. My ‘why’ is to support parents like you and help you to make the most of your parenting journey. Over the last 25 years, I’ve worked with thousands of babies, and I’ve come to understand that what works for fussy babies works just as well for all babies, worldwide.


Leave this course feeling empowered! Explore the factors that affect sleep, understand awake times and set realistic expectations for night waking.


Rule out underlying causes for sleep issues and teach your baby to sleep through the night in a gentle and supported manner.


Ask questions and access individual advice on getting your baby to sleep through. Receive support via WhatsApp and ongoing Facebook group.

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You can watch the masterclasses in your own time. Q and A sessions take place once per week and users are given sufficient time to ask questions before responses are loaded.
The course is relevant to babies and toddlers aged 3 months to 4 years.
We can issue a simple certificate at your request. It is important to note that this course is not registered for CPD points.
Yes! We consider your own preferences and baby’s needs – no need to make any changes that you are not comfortable with!
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Take the guesswork out of parenting.

Emotional development is closely linked to touch. Touch affects bonding, attachment and has an impact on your baby’s self-esteem.

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