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Child and Adult Vaccination


Protecting Generations: The importance of Child and Adult Vaccination

We are dedicated to safeguarding the health of both children and adults through vaccination. In an age where preventable diseases still pose significant threats, vaccination stands as a beacon of defence, shielding individuals and communities from harm.

Why Vaccination Matters for Children

Every child deserves a healthy start in life, free from the shackles of preventable diseases. Vaccination serves as the cornerstone of pediatric healthcare, offering a shield against ailments that once ravaged entire populations. From measles to polio, vaccines have significantly reduced the incidence of these diseases, preventing countless deaths and disabilities.

All pupils (kindergarten to Grade 12) entering school in Ontario must be immunized against Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, Polio, Meningitis, Varicella (chicken pox), Measles, Mumps and Rubella according to the Immunization of School Pupils Act, 1990.

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Why Vaccination Matters for Adults

Vaccination isn’t just for kids; it’s a lifelong commitment to health and well-being. As adults, our immune systems may weaken, leaving us susceptible to diseases we may have been protected against in childhood. Additionally, new threats emerge over time, such as shingles or pneumococcal disease, against which vaccines offer a crucial defence.

Moreover, adult vaccination isn’t solely about personal health; it’s about preserving the health of our families, colleagues, and communities. By staying up-to-date with recommended vaccines, adults contribute to the collective immunity that shields those who cannot be vaccinated, including the elderly and individuals with certain medical conditions.

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