Creating that Healthy Foundation for Sleep – Article Written by Amy Lage of Well Rested Baby and FSI Graduate – Congrats Amy!

Article written for Macaroni Kids of Mahopac, Brewster and Carmel Ny: “You asked! One of our readers submitted a question about children sleeping through the night. We found a Child Sleep Consultant, Amy Lage, to help answer your question. She has great email, telephone, and Skype consultation services you can utilize. Check out her website here. In my sleep consulting … Read More

Congrats to our Latest FSI Child Sleep Certification Students!

We completed the FSI’s Third Certification Course Monday July 16th.  What wonderful students they were and can’t wait for them to get out there and start helping families! Tracy Braunstein, Joleen Dilk Salyn, Tiffany Larson and Catherine Rudolph!!!!!!!

Summer Travels and Healthy Sleep for Your Baby – Baby Care Tips & Information – Oh Baby Magazine Canada, Author: FSI Graduate: Alanna McGinn

By: Alanna McGinn Summer is here and warm weather means cottage, camping, and road trip time. A common question I get asked this time of year is “We’re going away soon. How do I protect my baby’s sleep?” Here are tips on how to have a great summer vacation with a well-rested baby! Consistent Bedtime Routine Practicing a consistent bedtime … Read More

How to Improve Your Toddler’s Sleep Habits By Nicole Blades for PBS Parents – FSI Graduate, Alanna McGinn was quoted in this article!

Sleep deprivation: a term all parents are familiar with. For my husband and me, the first six months after our son was born were especially grueling. Then we sleep trained him, and just like that, everyone in the house was getting glorious, fundamental rest. For the next two-and-a-half years, our son slept through the night despite colds, teething, daylight saving … Read More

Helping Your Child With Autism Get a Good Night’s Sleep – Web MD

During the first few months of life, babies ease into a normal cycle of sleep and wakefulness. They gradually reduce the number of daytime naps and start sleeping for longer periods of time at night. But some children continue to have difficulty falling asleep or sleeping through the night, and the problem can persist long after children start school. Sleep … Read More

Co-sleeping: proactive or reactive? by Sasha Carr, Ph.D.

Among new family clients who co-sleep one common concern I hear from parents is the fear that I’ll tell them that they “can’t co-sleep anymore”. In fact I’m not against co-sleeping and I believe it’s possible for it to work quite well for some families. The first question we need to answer is: are you co-sleeping for proactive or reactive … Read More