Materials to Give Parents
Providing educational resources to parents will help them understand the importance of vaccinating their children and answer many of their questions about vaccination. Here are some simple suggestions on how you can use the resources below.
Take Action By:
- Sending a letter home to parents when their child turns 10 to inform them of the vaccines that their child will need at their next visit.
- Sharing one of the following factsheets about HPV vaccine for parents who want more information.
- Understanding that parents may have questions about vaccine and only need to be reassured that it is safe, effective, and long lasting.
A flyer that can help you explaining HPV vaccine safety to high information seeking parents. This factsheet also talks various HPV vaccine studies as well as giving links to related scientific articles.
An easy-to-read 2 page factsheet that you can give to parents who are wanting to know more about HPV vaccine safety.
A one page factsheet that gives a brief overview of all the vaccinations preteens and teens should be getting at age 11-12.
An easy-to-read one page factsheet that answers parents general questions about HPV and HPV vaccine.
A more in-depth HPV vaccine factsheet that can help answer questions for parents wanting to know more.
A one page, easy-to-read factsheet for parents that talks about HPV vaccine safety, effectiveness, and duration of protection.
This easy-to-read schedule can help parents of preteens and teens know when their children need vaccines.
A downloadable version of the VIS for Gardasil
A downloadable version of the VIS for Gardasil-9