Program 3 is designed for little ones between the ages of 12 and 24 months. Gain the skills, support and techniques to reduce the bedtime battle, start sleeping through or improve day sleeps. Give your son or daughter the gift and skill of learning to sleep well. This can be such a busy and overwhelming age as your baby moves away from infancy and into toddlerhood. Now is the perfect time to tackle sleeping issues to ensure your little one is achieving the quality rest they need for optimum development. We have you covered with proven, evidence based kind parenting techniques. Not only can you download your incredibly detailed program instantly to refer to at any time but you also have step by step video tutorials to view on any device, unlimited listens of the audio files and 14 days completely free in the KPC Sleep Society Forum. 

Includes Unlimited access to sleep tutorial videos: Sit down and watch our easy to understand videos as often as you need. The videos are broken down into 7 short videos totalling just under 60 minutes if watched in full.

Unlimited access to audio files: We understand parents are busy and may not have time to read the program from cover to cover. To combat this problem we have created audio files! You can tune in and listen to Kylie Camps talk you through each chapter of the program. This means you can listen while you are on the go, whether it’s in the car, on a walk or while you are cleaning the bathroom of folding the endless piles of laundry. You can listen easily through your smartphone at any time.

14 days free access to the KPC Sleep Society Forum: Our online forum is the place to be for all of your sleep and parenting needs. You can share your wins, hard times and ask questions in the forum. The KPC Sleep Society is the support component of the program and a KPC Customer Care Manager will be available in the forum to answer questions, offer guidance and share tips. We have live chats every month with a range of experts including first aid chats, lactation consultants, midwives, speech pathologists and more.

After 14 days you will have the option to opt out or stay in the forum. If you opt to stay on as part of the sleep society forum and enjoy the content, the monthly subscription fee is $9.

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How To Access

  • Video Tutorials

  • Audio Files

  • The KPC Sleep Society

Program FAQS

Sleep Success For Adults

  • Create A Haven

  • Transition Period

  • Gratitude & Mindfulness

  • Sleep Foods

  • Caffeine

  • Movement

  • Find Out Your Sleep number

  • Healthy Energy Sources

  • Social Media


  • Things We Love And Recommend

  • Meal Preparation

  • Recipes

  • First Aid Course + Kit

  • Car Seat Safety

  • Smoke Safety

  • Comparison In The Thief Of Joy

Dad Chat

  • Parenting Is Not Easy

  • Team Parenting

  • Play

  • Support Network

Hello, Toddler!

  • Post Natal Depression & Anxiety

  • Reflux + Silent Reflux

Your Toddler & Sleep

  • Sleep Cycles

  • How Sleep Cycles Are Formed

  • Feeding

  • Alcohol & Breastfeeding

  • Introducing A Bottle

  • Formula Feeding

Positive Associations + Toddler Sleep Environment

  • Positive Associations

  • White Noise

  • Age-appropriate Sleepwear & Temperature

  • Comforters


  • Wake Periods

  • Screen Time

  • Playtime

  • 12-14 Month Routine

  • 14-18 Month Routine

  • 18-20 Month Routine

  • 20-24 Month Routine

  • Dream Feeding

It’s Time To Sleep Little One

  • Establishing Rituals

  • Preparing Your Little One For Sleep

  • The Settle & Resettle In A Cot

  • The Settle & Resettle In A Toddler Bed

  • The Stay & Settle Approach

  • Protest Crying Vs. Emotional Crying

  • Settling and Resettling FAQS

  • Success + Progress Log

Sleep Adjustments

  • Transitioning To One Daytime Nap

  • Dropping The Daytime Nap

  • Catnapping

  • Daycare Sleeps

  • Getting Out And About

  • Transitioning To A Toddler Bed

Identifying Negative Associations and Unsuccessful Behaviours

  • Co-sleeping & Room Sharing

  • Transitioning Away From Feeding To Sleep

  • Removing Motion

  • Removing The Dummy

  • Negative Associations + Unsuccessful Behaviours FAQS

  • Bedtime Delay Tactics

  • Flow Chart for Younger Toddler

  • Pre-bed Chart for older Toddler

  • Daytime Sleeps

  • Pre-bed Routine

Fear Of The Dark + Nightlights

  • Distinguishing Fear From Delay Tactics

  • Why Do Toddlers Become Fearful Of The Dark

  • How To Help Your Toddler

  • Nightlights

Night Terrors

  • What Are Night Terrors

  • Common Factors Contributing To Night Terrors

  • How To Help Your Little One

  • Persistent Night Terrors

Introducing A New Sibling


  • Toddler Milk Drinks

  • Recipes

  • Gagging vs Choking


  • The 18-month Regression

  • New Skills

  • Teething