Share messages on your own social networks and email outreach using these prepared posts and sample email to remind families about flu season and why the flu vaccine is important.
Sample Social Media Messages
- Learn how the flu vaccine work for kids, when the season begins, how to avoid the flu and where to get your family vaccinated ahead of flu season! #CallYourPediatrician
- Don’t let the flu stop you! Flu season is around the corner. Make sure to #CallYourPediatrician to talk about when you can schedule your child’s next flu vaccination.
- The best thing you can do to protect your children from the flu is to get them vaccinated. The AAP recommends that all children aged 6 months and older get their flu vaccine by the end of October or sooner. #CallYourPediatrician
- Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself, your children and other loved ones from the flu! #CallYourPediatrician https://healthychildren.org/English/health-issues/conditions/flu/Pages/ask-the-pediatrician-flu-facts.aspx
- Learn about the flu, common symptoms, possible flu vaccine side effects, vaccine safety and why pediatricians recommend flu vaccines for babies, children and teens: https://healthychildren.org/English/health-issues/conditions/flu/Pages/default.aspx
- Everyone needs the flu vaccine each year to update their protection. It is the best way to prevent getting the flu. Did you know that safe and effective vaccines are made each year? Learn more: https://healthychildren.org/English/health-issues/conditions/flu/Pages/the-flu-what-parents-need-to-know.aspx
Don’t let the flu stop you!
You’ve come this far keeping everyone healthy and don’t want the flu to be the thing that brings your family down. Activities like camp, family reunions and back to school mean we’re getting together for good times. Flu vaccination protects kids and teens so they’re less likely to have serious illness.
We can schedule a time for your child’s flu vaccination, or they can get the vaccine at their next visit. Please call the office today to make an appointment.
American Academy of Pediatrics