Happiest Baby Health Partnerships
At Happiest Baby, we partner with hospitals, universities, and community-based organizations to improve and research infant sleep.
The SNOO Smart Sleeper is a safe, responsive bassinet that calms fussy infants (0-6 months) using womb-like sensations, including gentle, rhythmic rocking, specially-engineered white noise, and safe, anchored swaddling.
Our mission is to provide safe, evidence-based, and innovative tools that promote the optimal care and wellbeing of new families.
How SNOO Helps
SNOO and Enhanced Sleep
Aggregated SNOO Sleep Log data (n=72,649) indicates that SNOO use is associated with increase of approximately one hour of sleep per night (on average).
Source: Karp, H. (2022, Mar 11-16). Evaluation of a Womb-like Sensory Intervention to Improve Infant Sleep [Poster Abstract]. 16th World Sleep Congress, Rome, Italy. Sleep Medicine. 2022;100(S1):S195.
SNOO Hospital Bundle
The SNOO Hospital Bundle a non-pharmacologic infant soothing tool for use by health professionals across clinical care settings, from postpartum rooms to NICUs. The SNOO Hospital Bundle includes a mobility cart for easy transport, durable soft goods, and infection control covers—everything your care teams need to get started with SNOO.
Clinician Time Savings
Gellasch, P., Johnson, S., Walsh, T. A. (2023). The Experiences and Perceptions of Neonatal Clinicians When Using a Responsive Bassinet. Advances in Neonatal Care, July 6, 2023; doi:10.1097/ANC.0000000000001086.
What Clinicians Are Saying About SNOO Smart Sleeper
Medical Director, Mother & Infant Unit,
“Our nurses really embraced the SNOOs–they acted like an extra pair of hands.”
Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU,
Virginia Commonwealth University,
Nursing Unit Manager,
"We have a baby with inconsolable crying in our special care nursery that has turned into a content peaceful baby in the SNOO."
UW Medical Center,
University of Washington Medicine,
"Every parent loves the bed. I find babies in the SNOO sleep quietly."
Kentucky Children's Hospital,
Pediatric Clinical Nurse Leader,
"In our SNOO study, infants are more settled, and parents get more rest. It has reduced the risk of sleep-deprived parents falling asleep in the chairs/beds when holding infants."
South Shore Hospital,
South Shore Health,
Clinical Lead & NICU Child Life Specialist,
"This is extremely helpful to our nurses and staff, especially during really busy times.”
Children’s Hospital New Orleans,
New Orleans, LA
“As a clinician and grandparent, SNOO has been a godsend for my children and my patients."
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology,
University of Kansas School of Medicine,
Kansas City, KS
Surgical Oncology Fellow,
“My daughter is now 1 year old and I am so glad I had a SNOO. As a surgical trainee, this was so important in helping me get adequate rest so that I could be at peak performance, especially when operating on long cases.”
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute,
Harvard Medical School,