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.
These resources provide information on immunizations and vaccines for adults, including those related to COVID-19. These resources explore why staff vaccination is important, when staff need immunizations, and how to talk with staff and families about vaccination.
For resources related to children, check out Child Immunizations.
These posters highlight important reasons to make sure all adults are vaccinated against COVID-19. Display them to remind those who work, volunteer, or visit your programs about the benefits of the COVID-19 vaccine.
This webinar explores the latest COVID-19 information for programs providing comprehensive services in center-based, home-based, and family child care settings.
View this webinar to learn about the recommended components of staff health exams. Discover strategies to manage stress, reduce the risk of infectious illness, and prevent injuries.
Watch program leaders highlight the strategies, processes, and best practices they have used to promote staff vaccination.
In this video series, program leaders highlight the strategies, processes, and best practices they have used to support staff with the COVID-19 vaccine requirement.
Vaccination is the safest way to protect individuals and the people they live and work with from getting COVID-19. The available COVID-19 vaccines are effective in preventing severe illness, hospitalization, and death
Many Head Start communities have been severely impacted by COVID-19. The pandemic has created and exacerbated long-standing disparities and inequities for families who have been marginalized for decades.
Use these social media graphics and messages with families to encourage them to learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine and #SleeveUp4HeadStart.
Explore ways to use social media to encourage grantees to #SleeveUp4HeadStart and get vaccinated against COVID-19.