We offer a range of tailored one-to-one consultations, appointments and social groups to meet a range of needs.

This can be very helpful for people new to slings, feeling unsure, or wanting to learn a new skill. It is also a great way try a range of carriers out at the same time with guidance. The personal touch can make a real difference to a family’s confidence with their carrier.

Face to face appointments

These in-person services take place at our premises, The Snug, 73, Leadmill Road, Sheffield.

Online appointments

You will need to download the Zoom app (free) or have a good browser on your smartphone or laptop that has a camera prior to your appointment. Please note that we do not offer back carry consultations via Zoom, for safety reasons.

Quick hire services and simple fit checks

These can be very useful for quick support where a more in-depth session is not needed. Please note that we may contact you if we feel that you need more time to achieve your appointment goals.

Still not sure what you need?

Please get in touch with us so we can help you choose the most appropriate service.

Join one of our group sessions for in person support

We offer a six week social group called 4th Trimester for all parents/caregivers keen for evidence based support on surviving this challenging new stage in life. We also offer weekly Stay and Play drop in for infant feeding support and cloth nappy natters, with simple sling guidance.

Gift vouchers

Want to arrange a consultation as a gift for a friend? How lovely! You can find our gift certificates at this link.

We are aware that not every family with a disability, or a parent of multiples or a baby who was premature etc will need a consultation, please get in touch to discuss if you are not sure.

Our aim is to provide affordable support to babywearing parents all over the region. Our ten minute appointments or the social groups for simple advice/hires are free; these can work well for those on a budget needing simple guidance. If you have a challenging circumstance and financial hardship, please get in touch with the Building Bonds Project who may be able to support you. Your local health professional may be able to refer you for help if you are suffering with perinatal mental illness, or have a seriously unwell or disabled child.