Create a Healthy Environment Through Immunizations
Welcome to our child care provider page.
We know there are many questions that you and your parents may have when it comes to childhood immunizations. Our site is here as a resources that can assist you and your center with up to date immunization information and also the latest updates on ASIIS (Arizona State Immunization Information System) and the child care module.
For Staff Members
Vaccines are not just for the kids. A vaccinated staff member means not only will they not bring the disease to your center but they also will not bring it home to their family. Healthy employees are happy employees! Staff should receive the below listed vaccinations.
- Annual flu shot
- Tdap vaccine – one time booster dose (tetanus, diptheria and pertussis)
We understand that many parents have questions regarding immunizations – the schedule, the vaccine ingredients, the number of doses, safety questions, and the list continues. This site is here to provide you with resources and hopefully some answers to the hard questions, all based on the science of immunizations.
Looking for additional website resources:
Maricopa County Community-Based Training Calendar – Click here for a list of child care trainings offered through Child Care Health Consultation. Meals and training hours are provided at no cost to participants. Tdap and influenza (flu) vaccine provided free on a first-come-first -serve basis.
Early Childhood Quarterly publication offers information about trainings for child care workers around the state. ASCC hosts the annual Celebrate the Young Child Conference and other ongoing training opportunities for centers and in home care. Find more information out here.
Mesa Community College Educators Academy workshops are offered for FREE and help improve educational opportunities for preschool and school age children as well as inspire greater enthusiasm for teaching. Call 480-788-0494 or register online at tiny.cc/MCC-EducatorsAcademy.
Let Immunizations Grow With Your Children…..Encourage Vaccination At Every Life Stage.
Cover your nose and mouth
when you sneeze
Wash your hands often
Avoid touching your eyes,
nose or mouth
Avoid close contact with