Working with individual learners and their family we will be supporting those who find sleep a challenge to work on some ways to try and help this.
Sleep is vital to all our mental health and well-being. Here at Inclusion we will be delivering our own Sleep Project to support our learners and families to establish greater sleep health to assist learning, educational engagement and general health and well-being.
We know that many of our learners face challenges to their sleep health – either experiencing sleep deprivation or unsettled and disturbed sleep patterns.
This can then have an impact on mood, concentration, behaviour and emotional resilience – and their ability to attend sessions with us.
We would like to change this
Our sleep project aims to support young people and their families to regain control of this vital life skill and enable them to have a more positive relationship with sleep.
Sleep is crucial for our well-being. Sleep deprivation can have a huge impact on our physical, mental and emotional well-being.
If you are struggling with this then please do talk to your tutor who will be able to offer you support and signpost to useful services.
Have a look below for tips on sleeping.
Getting enough sleep can help:
Not getting enough sleep can cause all sort of issues, including:
There are many different reasons why we may have difficulty sleeping – however there are some simple changes and activities that could help support our ability to get a restful nights sleep.