Find the right solution for you

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Use our flow chart below to find the right solution for you.

If you are a professional enquiring for a client…

Check our service map for support available to families, or contact us for more information.

If you are an adult…

We are only currently able to provide counselling services to children and young people aged 18 months to 18 years. If you would like to understand more about sleep and learn to improve your sleep, you can visit our Adult Sleep section.

If you are a parent in Scotland…

How old is your child or young person?

We are only able to support children aged over 18 months. Find out who can help you.

Does your child have any additional support needs or mental health conditions?

If so…
Check our service map for face to face sleep counselling services local to you – you can also contact our Sleep Support Line

If not…
Contact our Sleep Support Line

We are only able to support children and young people aged 18 months to 18 years. Find out who can help you.

If you are a teenager…

Check out the advice in our Teen Zone or contact our Sleep Support Line.

If you live outside Scotland…

Check our service map for England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

If you are a parent or carer in England, Wales, or Northern Ireland…

There are sleep counsellors trained by Sleep Action working face to face in some of these areas, too. To find out if there is a sleep counsellor near you, check our service map.

If your child is younger than 18 months…

BASIS – Baby Sleep Information Source have useful information on what to expect in your baby’s sleep, and infant sleep safety.

The National Childbirth Trust (NCT) helpline can provide advice to parents of younger children – 0300 330 0770

There may be a professional we have trained who works with younger children in your local area. If there is, their details will be on the What’s Available in my Area page, and they take referrals directly.

If you are you an adult with sleep issues…

Unfortunately, we are not able to offer direct sleep support to adults, however, our dedicated Adult Sleep section on our website will help you better understand how sleep works, what affects it, and how you can improve your sleep.

Your GP should also be able to provide advice.

Find out more

Get in touch to find out more about the services, information and support we offer.