Who we are...
Sleep Right is a free service from Scope which helps families of disabled children aged between 2 to 18 years old in East London who have problems sleeping.
We're Scope, the disability equality charity in England and Wales.
We provide practical information and emotional support when it's most needed and campaign relentlessly to create a fairer society.
What we do...
- Sleep Right offers a one to one meeting with parents to assess the sleep issues their child is experiencing.
- A tailored sleep routine is written for the child and a weekly phone call is offered over a 6-week period to support the parents with the implementation of the routine.
- During the 6 weeks the parents can attend up to 3 learning sessions to help them understand the importance of sleep.
- The one to one meeting and learning sessions will be held at various locations across the borough.
Record Last Updated on: 08/10/2019
Sleep training - in future this will be delivered in house by sleep practitioners with over 10 years experience.
Time / Date Details
Time of day
9am - 5pm Monday - Friday
Individual programme as agreed after initial session
Who is eligible?
The service is free and open to families with disabled children:
- aged 2 to 18
- who can travel to sessions in East London
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