It’s not just sleeping that can be difficult, it’s also the getting-to-bed and the waking-up.
Here are some links to help you with all three.
Australian clinicians Prof Harriet Hiscock and A/Prof Emma Sciberras talk about sleep for children
Comprehensive information from the RaisingChildren.net.au site.
Information on sleep in other age groups is also available
Check out tips and tricks in the cool stuff section for useful tools
Several tools and common pitfalls when using them, by the Director of the Yale Paediatric Sleep Centre
Includes the COTTS technique for those not keen on controlled crying
An app to improve well being by helping improve sleep
Fun bedtime stories to read with your child to help overcome common sleep issues. Based on research from MCRI, includes a sleep quiz to find the right story for you.
This site is American but sensibly summarises the benefits, risks and how to use melatonin most effectively.