Parents and health professionals find difficulty in identifying and treating child behavioural sleep problems, usually requiring further input from specialists sleep services. Early prevention and management methods from sleep disorder clinics are effective, but often have waiting lists anywhere from 6-12 months.
How can child behavioural sleep problems be managed by parents and trained health professionals from home?
MCRI’s Sleep Well Be Well (SWBW) team outlined a digital coaching program for parents to upskill them in managing sleep problems in children aged 3-13 years.
The SWBW native mobile app was co-designed alongside the WeGuide team, integrating evidence-based strategies that help parents and professionals manage problems earlier through instructional animations, tasks, videos and case studies.
WeGuide’s implementation partner Curve Tomorrow worked with the SWBW team to understand exactly what was required for this digital therapeutic through UX workshops and consultation. These insights were then translated into functional requirements to configure the platform to suit the needs of the study.