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Monday, April 20, 2020

Toddler Immunization Month

April is Toddler Immunization month. The importance of routine immunizations for children 2 and younger are highlighted. It is very important that we take our children to get their vaccinations to ensure they do not get sick. This is never easy for the child or the parent. The immunizations are spanned out so if one is able to stay up to date they will have an easier time. No matter if you take your child to get their "shots" at the doctor, health department or clinic there are some things that you can do to make the process easier. 

Prepare by bringing along the child's favorite book or blanket. If the child is old enough tell them that they may feel a small pinch but all will be well. Following the "shot" tell your child they did great and offer some love. Be sure to ask the provider what non-aspirin pain reliever the child should take if they are uncomfortable following the immunization. 

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  1. Kristine Nicole AlessandraApril 21, 2020 at 6:56 PM

    This is a helpful guide. All my kids have complete immunizations. Now it is my grandchildren who are getting their shots on time. I believe it is better for children to have immunizations against illnesses.

  2. Great advice. I hate needles and vividly remember my immunisations. It was a horrible experience. I like ti think they've made it easier in all these years.


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