Understanding and Supporting Infant Sleep

Freedman Center Classes and Workshops


For parents and caregivers of infants ages 4-15 months (adults only)

During this session, participants will gain an understanding of how biology, environment and an infant's stage of development can impact sleep. Discussion will include: setting realistic sleep expectations for infants ages 4-15 months old; creating positive sleep associations and introducing a bedtime routine; establishing a nap schedule; how and when to wean off night-feedings; ways to encourage longer stretches of sleep; and how to help an infant nap for other caregivers and in other locations. An overview of popular sleep strategies will be provided and plenty of time will be devoted to answering questions. This workshop will provide guidance and reassurance for parents who are wondering, "How can I help my baby sleep better?".

Date: Monday, March 5, 2018
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost: $50 per person; $90 for dual registration

Please note: If you withdraw from a program at least 10 days before the program starts, we will send you a refund of your program fee minus a $20 processing charge, or arrange a full William James College Freedman Center credit (unless otherwise noted). If you contact us to withdraw from a program less than 10 days before the program start date, we will arrange a credit of 50% of the program fee to be used within two years for another William James College Freedman Center group. No refunds or credits are issued on or after a program's start date.

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