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This webinar presented by Dr. Angelique Millette will help parents of babies 0–12 months better understand the sleep needs of their little one. She will cover the importance of routine, when to start a sleep routine, two sleep methods, sleeping arrangements, and more.
Specifically, we will cover the following topics:
• Baby (0–12 months) sleep needs
• Importance of routines in sleep habits and patterns
• Developmental milestones, when they occur, what to do
• Guidelines on prevention of SIDS
• Sleep methods: no/low cry, sleep training
• Sleeping arrangements: co-sleeping, room-sharing, crib-sleeping
• Feeding at night and dropping night feeds
Dr. Millette uses an interdisciplinary approach to solving infant sleep issues using a wide range of sleep methods and tools adaptive to multiple sleep arrangements, parenting styles, cultural/social styles, and sleep issues. A Q&A will be held at the end of the session.
Angelique Millette, PhD, CLE, CD/PCD
Dr. Angelique Millette is a parent coach, pediatric sleep consultant, family sleep researcher with offices in Austin, TX and San Francisco, CA. Twenty years of working with families, Dr. Millette has developed 'The Millette Method' a multi disciplinary approach to family sleep and child behavior.
'The Millette Method' does not follow one specific sleep or behavioral method, but rather uses a “tool-box” of different methods and approaches and takes into account family schedule, child development, challenging behavior, temperament, and parenting philosophy, all while keeping an eye on parental overwhelm, and emotional health. Dr. Millette’s research addresses the relationship between infant sleep locations, maternal mood disorders, and attachment.
Dr. Millette works with more than 600 families per year, presents workshops to non-profit and government agencies, Fortune 500 companies, universities, and parents groups across the country. Dr. Millette created the 'Hands to Heart Sleep Swaddle' and consults with juvenile products manufacturers in their development of innovative designs.