For Families

Vaccinations for Children and Teens

NAPNAP Resources

NAPNAP's Immunization Special Interest Group (SIG)

NAPNAP has an Immunization Special Interest Group with resources.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Information

General Information

Flu Information

  • Flu Information for Parents with Young Children — Questions and answers about the flu, how to protect your child, treatment and more. 
  • CDC Free Flu Materials — Seasonal flu materials are free for download and printed versions are also available. They may be printed on a standard office printer, or you may use a commercial printer. Click on each image to see the different sizes and languages available. Emphasis remains on outreach to high-risk groups, as well as parents of all children, healthcare workers and people in the workplace.

 Did you know? Every year an estimated 20,000 children younger than 5 years old are hospitalized for flu complications. Like pneumonia. Everyone in your family who is 6 months and older should get a flu vaccine. This year, Next year, Every year. #getafluvax

Measles Information

Parents should make sure their children are protected against measles with two doses of MMR vaccine–the first dose at 12 through 15 months of age and the second dose 4 through 6 years of age.

Recommended Immunizations for Children, Birth Through 6 Years

 

Recommended immunizations in Spanish (en Español)

Recommended Immunizations for Preteens and Teens, 7-18 Years

 

Recommended immunizations in Spanish (en Español)

Additional Resources

Immunization Action Coalition - Vaccine Information You Need 

World Health Organization — What are some of the myths – and facts – about vaccination

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) — Vaccine Education Center 

National Foundation for Infectious Diseases —​ HPV Vaccination Resource Center

Every Child By Two - Vaccinate Your Family