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Father and Daughter

Sleep & Bedtime Routines

Behavioural sleep issues often look different for every person. Some common examples include:

  • Taking a long time to fall asleep (delayed sleep onset)

  • Sleep interfering behaviour such as crying, calling out, asking for a 5th glass of water, etc.

  • Night awakenings or early awakenings

  • Short sleep duration

  • Phase shifts or Sleep-Wake Schedule Disorders


These issues can increase stress levels for caregivers and have significant impacts on the overall health and well-being of the child.

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How Our Service Works


Contact Us

Filling out our contact us form is the best way to connect with us. 

If you would like to speak to someone right away you can also call us. Our office hours are Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.


Discovery Call

We will connect with you within 48 hours to book a FREE discovery call. The discovery call will take between 30 minutes - 1 hour. We will gather information regarding your needs and make a recommendation for duration of service & cost.



Following our discovery call we will send you a quote for the services we are recommending. We ask that you confirm your interest in receiving our services within 7 calendar days of receiving the quote. 



During the intake meeting we will review the details of the service, complete all the necessary paper, book an assessment time and determine a schedule for when we will get started.



Assessments will be completed virtually, unless in-person observation is required. Assessments will look different for each service provided and for each caregiver & child. 


Get Started!

The first week of services we will provide a high level of support. This support will be provided virtually, unless in-person support is required. Together, a plan will be made to systematically fade out our support.

How a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst Can Help

A Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) is a graduate level professional that utilizes evidence-based strategies based in behaviour analysis to teach individuals new skills that will improve the quality of their life. All services provided are individualized and goals are established using a collaborative approach between caregiver, child and BCBA. Once an “end” goal has been agreed to (e.g., falling asleep quickly and staying asleep through the night) the BCBA will create an individualized plan that takes into consideration the caregiver and child's values, culture and any other personal preferences identified to the BCBA. Within this plan the BCBA will outline how everyone will work together, and systematically move closer and closer to achieving the “end” goal.  

When working with a BCBA the goal is always to teach strategies that will help individuals achieve personal goals. That being said, the first step is ALWAYS ensuring that the barriers that are being encountered are behavioural and not medical. To ensure the goals that are being set are achievable and safe, BCBAs may require medical clearance prior to implementing strategies to change behaviour involving sleep, especially if any medical condition is suspected or identified to be impacting sleep.

If you would like to read more about what a BCBA is, what they do and what to expect when working together please click here. 

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