Find current immunization schedules (from the CDC) for children ages birth through 6 years old, catch-up schedules for children birth to 18 years old and the adult schedule by vaccine and age group.
In part two of Sesame Street in Communities' Racial Justice Resources to Promote Social and Emotional Skills webinar series, learn how to bring families together and build a strong sense of community.
In part one of Sesame Street in Communities' Racial Justice Resources to Promote Social and Emotional Skills webinar series, learn how to support children to celebrate our differences on the inside and out.
View these videos to learn more about celebrating identities, building community, and resolving conflicts with resources designed for young children, their families, and the staff who care for them.
RSV is a viral infection of the respiratory tract that can cause severe illness. Almost all children will get RSV at least once by the time they are 2. This resource will help staff learn more about RSV.
This webinar explores free online professional development tools to help you understand health and safety in early care and education programs. Learn how to put these resources to work in your practice.
Across states, tribes, and territories, CCHCs work in a variety of roles and systems. This webinar highlights the different ways CCHCs best influence children’s health and well-being.
Emergencies can have serious effects on the mental health of staff, children, and families. Learn concrete strategies to use when preparing for and responding to emergencies from a mental health perspective.
Learn about COVID-19 vaccines for children younger than 5. Presenters also offer guidance on strategies for promoting health and safety during the pandemic, including recommendations for isolation and quarantine.
Perinatal depression is common, but it can be treated with screening and referrals for care. In this webinar recording, learn strategies to help all birthing parents access effective mental health care.