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The Sleep Wise App

The Sleep wise app has been developed for anyone who is helping a young person resolve their sleep problem.

It could be that you’re a parent or a health care professional. Maybe you support the young person in a school or college.

It is intended to help children and young people of school age across all abilities.

The app works on a child’s average sleep per night as a starting point and make suggestions how you can improve sleep.

It has passed ORCHA review and is being used by health and schools and parents. It is unique as it concentrates upon young people and how to help them effectively achieve a restful night’s sleep.

Sleep Wise App – A Handy Video Tutorial

Explore the features and benefits of the SleepWise app with our new instructional video.

Designed specifically for mobile users, this portrait-format video comes with subtitles for enhanced accessibility.

Whether you’re a parent, educator, or healthcare professional, this video will guide you through the app’s user-friendly interface, offering insights into its personalised sleep improvement strategies.

Discover how SleepWise can make a difference in managing sleep health for children and adolescents, all at your fingertips. Watch now to learn more about this innovative tool in sleep health management.

This app has been co-produced with Education and Health professionals. Here is Jan Jenner to explain the background behind the app:

We are indebted to the National Association of Special Schools, especially Claire Dorer OBE, for her support and insight into the development of this app. Without their support and that of partner schools this app would not have been created.

’NASS works with a very diverse range of special schools but we have noted a shared concern about the quality and quantity of sleep that many leaners with SEND are getting. We set out to create a resource that would allow special schools and parents/carers of learners at special schools to think about sleep. The app helps adults assess whether a young person might have a sleep problem and then gives high quality, helpful advice and information and how difficulties could be addressed. It’s great to be able to signpost schools to advice and information that we trust to be accurate and up to date and to improve their confidence in understanding and managing sleep difficulties.’

We have also benefitted from the expertise of Dr Christine Curle, one of our team, who has been involved in the recent developments of the app. We also thank Tabitha Moynagh who has brought her early years knowledge to bear on the evidence-based content. Jane Armstrong has also contributed by bringing her vast breadth of knowledge about sleep and additional needs.

The Sleep Wise app does not collect data – this stays on your device and the data is anonymous. It does offer the opportunity to share the information with others to help find a way forward to assist with sleep problems in children and young people. Please see our privacy policy for further information

Sleep Wise

Sleep Wise is an approach developed by Hunrosa for the NHS, for young people and their families. Hunrosa enjoys extremely high success rates with our clients

Sleep Wise and Sleeptasia

We have launched our apps! You can access them on your preferred app store.

Not all sleep advice is the same

Our work is reliable, up-to-date and evidence based.

Training to support people with sleep problems

We offer accredited training right up to level 6.

The Sleep Wise app provides reliable, evidence-based sleep advice for young people.

Yes, you can trial the app for free for 7 days.


The app is accredited with ORCHA and is used in various institutions including the NHS, youth services, and schools.


The app addresses sleep problems in both typically developing young people and those with additional needs.


Users can receive sleep advice tailored to a young person by inputting the amount of sleep they get and the nature of their sleeplessness.


The app offers a diary feature for those patients who are uncertain about their sleep duration.


Yes, once a profile is created using an avatar, others like healthcare professionals or parents can be invited to the plan.


Yes, reminders to follow specific sleep strategies can be added to the app.


Absolutely. The app allows for the addition of multiple patients.


Yes, there’s a “resources zone” that provides the latest research-based information on topics like sleep and medication, blue light effects, and screen time.


The app is suitable for GPs and any healthcare professionals working in surgeries.


The data is not harvested by the app and remains solely on the device.


Access to commissioned apps will last for one year.


The app is available on both Apple and Google app stores for download.

Asking for support form Hunrosa for sleep.

With Sleep Consultant Hannah Bott

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With Sleep Consultant Jane Armstrong

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With Sleep Consultant Jane Armstrong

Karen Langstone

Sleep Consultant

Karen is a Sleep Consultant and Maternity Nurse working with Newborns right up to teenagers, with over 30 years’ experience.

Karen has trained with various organisations, EDS Paediatric Sleep Level 6, Holistic Sleep Coaching level 5, she is also a mum to two grown up sons and a gorgeous dog Lottie.

Her calling has always been in childcare.

Karen has also trained in Early Years Education, and has had experience in various fields including managing a nursery school and working in Pre-schools.

Karen has had the privilege in helping and supporting many families with getting better sleep

Jan Jenner

Founder of Hunrosa

Jan Jenner has been involved with sleep medicine since 2008. She is a qualified Sleep Consultant and is founder of Hunrosa the only sleep consultancy regularly commissioned by the NHS.

She is a keynote speaker and CPD accredited trainer, having trained many healthcare professionals, and treated many sleep deprived adults and young people. She is trained in CBT for sleep and to degree level in paediatric sleep clinical practice.

She also delivers staff and employer well-being sessions. She works closely alongside several educational charities and has co-produced specific sleep medicine literature for their memberships. She is an active member of the British Sleep Society and the British Paediatric Sleep Society.

Outside of work she can be found walking Bertie her lovely Labradoodle along the Cornish coast path.

Deborah Hartland

Sleep Consultant

Sleep is an activity that I took for granted until I lost it. Whilst searching for answers I sought out and engaged in training that enables me to offer support as a Sleep Consultant.

I have also worked as an Occupational Therapist for over 25 years, specialising in sensory integration and pain management. I am passionate about combining OT and sleep intervention as sleep is one of the most important daily occupations that we all have and need.

Sarah Tandy

Sleep Consultant

Sarah is a Sleep Consultant, Occupational Therapist, and Sensory Integration Practitioner who has been working with children and families for the last 16 years.  Sarah trained in Southampton as a sleep practitioner in 2017.

Hannah Bott

Sleep Consultant

Hannah Bott is a sleep consultant practising privately and with Hunrosa and she has achieved an OCN Level 6 qualification in Advanced Paediatric Sleep Practitioner Training. 

Hannah is also a primary school teacher and has been qualified for 10 years. She is a trained SENCO and has a keen interest in this area. 

Hannah’s passion has always been working with children and their families but her first encounter with sleep came when her son did not sleep.  

She reached out for help, changed her families lives and knew she had to help others like her too. Hannah’s private business is Through the Night.

Dr Christine Curle

Sleep Consultant

Christine is a registered Consultant Clinical Psychologist with 30 years experience of working in the NHS with children, young people and families both as a clinician and in leadership roles. She has also worked in Higher Education, training others to become clinical psychologists as Academic Director on the Doctoral Programme in Clinical Psychology at the University of Exeter.

She is passionate about good sleep because of the key role sleep plays in good mental and physical health. As a scientist practitioner she is committed to offering evidence-based interventions for sleep problems and is trained in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Insomnia. Christine’s practice is always client centred, working with people to achieve the outcomes that they want, whilst seeking feedback from clients to ensure that her approach is caring, respectful and effective.

Christine is also trained in hypnosis and is a member of the British Society of Academic and Clinical Hypnosis, The Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health and is chartered with the British Psychological Society.

Christine also has a private practice offering consultation, supervision and mentorship.

Michelle Cyril

Sleep Consultant

Michelle is a sleep consultant and children’s nurse.  She has worked with families who have; babies, children and young people with/without additional needs for over 20 years. It was due to her experience of chronic sleep deprivation with her twins that led her into becoming a qualified children’s sleep expert. Michelle has since gone on to be trained in CBTi (cognitive behaviour therapy for insomnia). 

Michelle is passionate about the science behind sleep disorders which leads to empowering and supporting families to make changes. She creates tailored sleep plans which are evidence based and supports a family to reach their own sleep goals. 

Katie Palmer

Sleep Consultant

Katie is a sleep consultant and has been working with families on a one-to-one basis for 24 years.
She trained as a nursery nurse (NNEB), then as a private maternity nurse (MNT) before focusing for the last 12 years on children’s sleep. She trained at the Solent NHS Sleep Clinic and recently achieved an OCN Level 6 qualification in Advanced Paediatric Sleep Practitioner Training. In 2012 she co-founded her own private consultancy,  Infant Sleep consultants.
Katie is a parent two three boys including twins. She firmly believes in educating and empowering parents to make informed choices using research-based techniques.

Jane Armstrong

Sleep Consultant

Jane Armstrong is a Sleep Consultant qualified for over 12 years, previously working for a charity supporting disabled children and families.

She trained at both Sleep Scotland and the Southampton Sleep Clinic and recently achieved an OCN Level 6 qualification in Advanced Paediatric Sleep Practitioner Training.

She has a special interest in how sleep can improve our mental health and has trained with MFHA England. She is also trained in CBTi (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia), applied to both adults and children.

Simon Pykett

Digital Consultancy

Simon is a multi-award winning marketing consultant and provides Hunrosa with their digital infrastructure and provides support for all things marketing.
From his offices in Plymouth, he also provides Social Media management and content on Hunrosas platforms.
He has worked in a majority of his career having spent twenty years in the education arena delivering Computer Science front line teaching to secondary and sixth form learners throughout the south coast.  
He frequently works with household names and clients throughout the world, providing digital services for clients from a wide range of business niches.
His hobbies include writing code and has recently launched software that tracks the live price of crypto currency.

Yvette Weinrich-Stander

KS Consulting

A unique and determined individual. An original creative thinker with a pioneering spirit, a flexible mind and a passion for people and a champion in celebration of diversity.
Yvette has a proven track record in achieving results and a strong desire to deliver. She is a strong communicator. She loves connecting with people and supporting the customers & the team.

Tabitha Moynagh

Sleep Consultant

Tabitha is a Sleep Consultant and has been working with families, babies and young children since 2008. More recently this involves the running of her consultancy The Family Sleep Practice. As a trained practitioner, Tabitha is passionate about using evidence-based advice to help parents in a compassionate and non-judgemental way.

Her training includes:

  • EDS Advanced Paediatric Sleep Practitioner Training (level 6)
  • EDS Paediatric Sleep, training course
  • Post Graduate Certificate of Education in Early Years (PGCE)
  • Early Years Professional Status (EYPS)

She also has three children of her own who have all been quite different sleepers- Tabitha hopes that her personal experience of three very different sleepers generates a depth of empathy and experience that hugely enhances her work.

Sergio Kruger

KS Consulting

Energetic, critical thinking  graduate who enjoys solving problems and who is driven by a need to add value.  Sergio is an innovative team player.  His big picture thinking  allows for broad perspective. 

Kirstie Grantham

KS Consulting

Dynamic, innovative business specialist. Kirstie is an expert organiser who’s big picture thinking easily analyses and identifies a clients need.

She leads the KS Consulting team professionally and efficiently.

KS Consulting values their clients and expertly supports them in all their operation, marketing, and team development.

Kirstie is the owner of KS Consulting and leader of a diverse team of highly skilled people. The team specialise in all things Operations, Productivity & Team Development, whilst supporting the companies we work with.

63 families were referred and contacted. 50 received intervention. Quality of life improved access the board for those who resolved sleep difficulties.

Almost three quarters of those assessed did not need prescribed medication because their sleep improved naturally.

There was a large improvement in sleep disturbance of those who has been successful from 6 out of 12 to 2 out of 12.

84% of families followed the sleep programme to completion, just 5% stopped during intervention due to stated issues with the pandemic.

After a Sleep Wise input, 80% of young people resolved their sleep difficulties.


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