If a child is always happy, how can feedback be assessed?

head and shoulders photo of Joane Goulding founder of the SleepTalk Method A. Parents need to be very sensitive to the changes occurring with their child.

If always happy then allow at least the basic timeframe of 3 months to ensure that the Foundation suggestions are accepted.

Subtle feedback will be available if parents continue and the feedback may be just an increased calmness, less anxiety, more confidence or just a change of attitude, so just observing will assist.

(If, after a minimum of three months there are still unresolved issues, carers will need to work with an Accredited Consultant to introduce the next level,  Unit 2 ‘Bridging Suggestions’, (which ensures consolidation of suggestions) before moving to Unit 3 for working on any identified ‘Primary Area of Need’