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    Default Good Sleep schools in Adelaide?

    I'm having trouble getting dd2 (13 months) to self settle and not think she needs a bottle to get back to sleep atleast twice a night. I'm wanting to try and teach her myself but with bub #3 due in October of I get desperate I'm considering taking we to a sleep school. Just after recommendations from people who have gone to one in Adelaide! Thanks.

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    I inquired about sleep schools when DD1 was around 11 months but was told there would be a waiting list and that the cut off age is 12 months, so in the end i couldn't go. This was 3 years ago though so it might not be the same now.
    I contacted child youth health as they had info on sleep school and how to go about it, so maybe give them a call.
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    There is Torrens house, but I think they mostly work with young bubs and extensive wait... I went to Dr Brian Symons, best $25 I've ever spent! My bub is younger but now sleeps 12 hours EVERY night and three good day sleeps
    He is an advocate of CC though, not sure where you stand on that? Google silent nights and you will find his contact info... good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TnA View Post
    There is Torrens house, but I think they mostly work with young bubs and extensive wait... I went to Dr Brian Symons, best $25 I've ever spent! My bub is younger but now sleeps 12 hours EVERY night and three good day sleeps
    He is an advocate of CC though, not sure where you stand on that? Google silent nights and you will find his contact info... good luck!
    Iv had someone tell me about him actually. I'm not against CC infact iv tried it. Iv just about tried everything.. I had a look at the silent nights site on my phone but you just reminded me to have a look on the comp. thanks

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    No probs, its a pretty full on routine, but I liked it because it is gradual and flexible. He made me feel very comfortable about it all...
    Its covered by Medicare just the gap to pay, and he works out of a few different clinics, one in the city, one in the northern suburbs, etc. Worth a go before your new bub arrives!

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    I just booked in with him. Can I ask if u ended up seeing him mum2mj?

    About 2 weeks ago I paid $400 for an IN HOME visit from whispers cottage. They were useless. She didnt show me anything gave me paperwork for a newborn umm my daughter is older!!! I wish I could get into cyh my friend found it great but again mixed reviews.

    Im basically at cc stages before I end up hurting dd


 

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