Our help starts with listening to you to get an in depth understanding of your baby. Expert baby sleep consultants analyse your situation to work out what’s right for you. You are provided with personalised, gentle, effective advice using science balanced with your own intuition. We don’t use controlled crying or cry-it-out techniques.
If you need help by phone, video or in your own home, pop your details in the form below and start talking to us about what services can help. We’ve helped over 3,500 parents. We’d love to help you too.
When your baby won’t sleep, having someone come to your home offers significant benefits. Our home visit services offer you a range of options to help get your baby settling more easily and staying asleep. We will come to your home for a consultation during which your baby’s sleep problem is discussed and in depth tips and suggestions about sleep and routine are given. We are able to see the child and show settling techniques in their own bed. We can also see the room and bed and identify if there are any barriers to sleep in the sleeping situation itself. All home visits include a period of phone/email support after the consultation so you can discuss how things are progressing and any other issues that may arise. Our philosophy of assisting parents within their own environment helps them to feel more confident in dealing with their child and it ensures that parents feel secure with new the routine and techniques before leaving them to carry on alone.
This is the BabyBliss signature sleep program and we have an excellent success rate with it. We prefer babies to be at least 6 months of age and eating solids three times a day before starting on this program, however if your baby is younger please let us know and we can discuss how we can help.
We offer a personalised home visiting daytime service. We can come to your home for a Short Visit or a full Six Hour Day Visit. During these visits we look at issues such as: Catnapping, Self-settling, Feeding, Establishing a routine.
Jo was amazing. Within a single sleep, our baby was sleeping for two and a half hours at a time in the day. And the change to overnight sleep was miraculous. She became a changed baby and we were changed parents.
If you are struggling with a baby who isn’t sleeping and you want to talk to someone as soon as possible, our Phone Consultations may be right for you. These services give you the opportunity for a consultation over the phone during which we can get details of your specific concerns and give you tips and suggestions on how to deal with the sleep problem you are experiencing. The consultation can usually be scheduled within 48 hours.
Our Baby Sleep Saver gives you an additional, powerful set of tools to help support your baby and you:
Timing really depends on the age of the child and the ability to commit. Older children obviously take more time and previous history also must be taken into account, e.g. whether the child been sleeping in their own bed etc. Previous programs have taken anywhere from three days to 3 weeks to implement fully.
We also offer a Premium Consultation plus Support. This consult is a 30 minutes Skype or phone consult with Jo Ryan. Jo will answer all your questions plus look at the routine, the settling and provide you with invaluable advice.This includes unlimited follow-up support for 30 days after the consult.
In addition to the Premium Phone Consult we also offer a Basic Phone Consult. This is a one-off 30 minutes phone/Skype consult with Jo Ryan.
I was, and still am stunned at how easy and quick Jo’s method was for getting my daughter (19 months) to sleep through the night.
One of our consultants will come to your home to assist you with feeding – breast or bottle – give lactation advice, including expressing and storage of breast milk, teach you settling techniques including how to swaddle your baby, how to recognise your new baby’s tired signs, how to get your baby on a good routine, and how to teach your baby to be an excellent sleeper. All this along with basic baby care such as bathing, nappy changing, dressing your baby and stimulating your baby are essential tools in the early days and assist you to become a confident new parent.
We will come to your home the evening you arrive home from hospital and stay for the first night, and the following day and night. Then, if everything is okay and the parents feel comfortable, we will leave you for the next 2 nights and days or until you feel you need us to come back. We then return for a visit on a subsequent night or day (within the baby’s first four months) to see how things are going and deal with any questions or issues that may have arisen. The consultant is then available for phone support for the first month. Any extra time that is needed can be arranged on a case-by-case basis.
If you are considering engaging Jo’s services, don’t hesitate. Every moment you delay is one more moment between a more rested you and your happier baby.
BabyBliss is now offering counselling services for parents. This service is run by social worker Jane Davidson. Jane is an experienced counsellor providing counselling and support in both Sydney and Perth for a number of years. Jane has extensive experience in professional supervision, group facilitation and training, staff and team management as well as working with youth, individuals and families. Jane provides counselling for mums and their new families who may be experiencing some concern or who would like some extra support, this can also include bereavement counselling. Jane is a qualified social worker and mother of two and passionate about families. Jane works from a systems theory approach walking along side mums and families in gaining a deeper understanding of themselves, their family, and their changing role in life safely and respectfully. The areas of concern Jane works with include;
If you would like to book a session with Jane click below or call Jane directly on 0402 576 797.
It was honestly the best choice we made for our relationship… We cannot thank Jane enough for the work she has done and the help she has given us.
“My baby won’t sleep”
“What am I doing wrong?”
“I’m crying all the time.”
“It’s not working.”
“I’m a bit #%^& at this.”
“I’m supposed to know how to do this.”
“Is their not sleeping hurting them?”
“Am I doing the right thing?”
“You think I’d know how to do this.”
“My baby’s so much happier and calmer.”
“I’ve got time to clean the house, take a shower, have a cup of tea, even talk to a friend.”
“I’ve got the energy to enjoy my baby.”
“I’m connecting with my baby in a different way.”
“I’ve can play with her and nurture her development without so much stress.”
“I just feel more rested.””
Don’t be so hard on yourself – parenthood is a difficult job.
You can’t expect to know all the answers because it’s a job you’ve never done before and no one knows all the answers.
Babies are very resilient. If your doctor has confirmed your baby is healthy, even if they’re not sleeping now, you will get through this period and they will be ok.
It’s ok to ask for help.
What’s happening is very normal. You’re not alone.