Many vaccines must be administered during childhood. Children must receive their first vaccines at the age of 2 months to be quickly protected from serious infectious diseases. To provide your child with the best protection possible, book appointments at the key times on the vaccination schedule.

If your child is older than the recommended age, make an appointment anyway to catch up on missed vaccines. A health professional can provide advice during your appointment. 

Vaccines to receive according to your child’s age

Vaccine 2 months 4 months 12 months 18 months betwwen 4 and 6 years old
Diphtheria-whooping cough-tetanus-hepatitis B-polio-Hib X X X*
Pneumococcus X X X
Rotavirus X X
Meningitis C X
Measles-rubella-mumps-varicella X X
Diphtheria-whooping cough-tetanus-polio X
Hepatitis A-hepatitis B X
Toolkit and resources for parents

Tools to print ⇓ 

Checklist Bookmark | Vaccination for children: Don’t miss it!

Vaccination for children poster - 8.5” x 11”

Vaccination for children poster – 11” x 17”

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Preparing your child for vaccination

There are several proven ways to reduce pain and anxiety for children who need to receive a vaccine.

Consult some tips and tricks to help you prepare your child and make his or her vaccination experience positive. ⇓ 

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Make an appointment to have your child vaccinated

Is your child not up to date on vaccines recommended for his or her age?

Make an appointment, our professionals will guide you through the process.

If the vaccination booklet is lost, you can get a copy /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altTextby following these steps.

Even without a vaccination booklet, you can make an appointment for your child. Proof of vaccination will be given to you there. 

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