The vaccines below are recommended at 4 -6 years of age. Click on the links below to learn more about each vaccine, the disease it prevents, and any possible vaccine side effects.
|DTap (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis)||DTaP Fact Sheet||DTaP Video|
|Polio (IPV)||Polio Fact Sheet||Polio Video|
|MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)||MMR Fact Sheet||MMR Video|
|Vericella (Chickenpox)||Varicella Fact Sheet||Varicella Video|
|Flu (Influenza) Yearly starting 6 months||Influenza Fact Sheet||Influenza Video|
When your child turns four, he/she will finish several vaccine series that started at a younger age. These remaining vaccine doses will help your child build the best protection against certain diseases.
Don’t forget that a flu vaccine is recommended for your child once every year.