While immunization rates are high among young children, there is a significant drop in rates among adolescents and young adults. Parents and adolescents are often unaware that vaccines are needed after childhood to proactively protect against possibly devastating illnesses. Talk to your healthcare provider about the CDC-recommended vaccine schedule specifically for adolescents and young adults between the ages 11 and 25.
Parents/Young Adults and Teens: Talk to your healthcare professional about getting the vaccines you may need to stay healthy
Healthcare Professionals (HCPs): Download the infographic below to handout and post in your office to educate parents, young adults, and teens on vaccines they may need to stay healthy
Vaccines for teens: Keep your adolescent vaccinations up to date