Solve your baby’s naptime struggles with this easy-to-follow guide based on the latest sleep science!
The sleep experts at Baby Sleep Science have created this one-of-a-kind, concise, step-by-step guide to help your little one learn how to take regular, restorative naps.
We like to say that sleep training is very much a “choose your own adventure.” There is no one-size-fits-all solution. Using this handy e-book as your guide, you can improve your child’s naps while taking into consideration your parenting style, your child’s temperament, your family needs, and the amount of time you can devote to improving nap sleep.
In the Baby Sleep Science Guide: Nap Training for Babies 6–12 Months, authors Erin Flynn-Evans and Meg Casano help you form age-appropriate nap expectations and lay the groundwork for healthy, consistent napping. They lay out customizable step-by-step nap training plans based on your baby’s age, as well as sleep intervention styles that include both baby-led and parent-led options. They also answer common questions from parents like you.
Stop losing sleep over your child’s nap problems. With just a few clicks you can have all the information you need in a PDF file that can be quickly accessed on your computer or smart phone, or printed out for easy use.
About the Authors:
Erin Flynn-Evans, PhD, MPH, worked in the Division of of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital for over 10 years. She is a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Society for Research on Biological Rhythms and has published numerous peer-reviewed articles on sleep and circadian rhythms and presented her research both locally and Internationally. She currently leads her own research lab investigating sleep and circadian rhythm disruption in adults, but she is passionate about working with families and has conducted thousands of sleep consults.
Meg Casano, BSN, MA, received her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Villanova University and Masters Degree in Biomedical Ethics from Case Western Reserve University. She had extensive clinical nursing experience at a busy New York City hospital before going on to two years of school nursing where she triaged and cared for over 700 students, faculty and staff. Meg then spent four and a half years collaborating with Dr. Evans and creating a nationally recognized sleep-support program for a Boston-based parenting center. They launched Baby Sleep Science in 2014. Meg has worked with thousands of families from all over the world.