Immunizations are available for all ages and a necessary part of staying healthy. Your child needs immunizations for protection against preventable diseases such as measles, flu, and more. Below – under Additional Resources –are some parent-friendly links to assist with tracking your child’s schedule of immunizations.
Keeping on track with scheduled timeframes aids in prevention of disease. Even if your child has a cold or minor illness when a vaccination is due, it is still important to stay on track. Ask your healthcare provider about when your child should receive these important shots.
Adolescents and adults need immunizations too. They are just as important as the vaccinations received as a child.
Immunizations protect you, your child, your family and all those people around you during the course of day-to-day living.
The following resources are in Adobe PDF format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them.
Easy-to-read immunizations schedules for children adolescents and adults (some available in Spanish):
Go to the CDC for these schedules.
Screening Questionnaires regarding Immunization (in many languages) for children and adults:
Not sure what vaccines you may need?
Vaccines are recommended for adults, 19 years and older, based on their age, health conditions, job, travel and other factors. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has an interactive tool that provides a list of vaccines you may need based on your answers to 10 simple questions.
To receive your personalized, printable vaccine summary to share with your physician, click here.