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The Catch-Up Immunization Scheduler uses a child's birthdate and vaccination history to automatically create a personalized vaccination schedule.

To use this tool:
  1. Enter the child's name and birthdate or load a previously saved vaccination history
  2. Add, Modify or Delete dosages in the vaccination history table
  3. Submit 'Get Vaccination Schedule' to generate the schedule based on the provided information
  4. Save your entries for later use and print a copy of the schedule for your records
Need help? Go to FAQ or see the QuickStart Guide

Enter child's vaccination history:

Child's Name:
Birthdate:
Vaccine Description # Doses Approximate dosage dates
Schedule Type:
Select "routine" for a typical immunization schedule or "accelerated" if you need to schedule doses as soon as possible (e.g., traveling soon or due to disease outbreaks).

* Note: Please be sure to sign up for email updates so that when the scheduler is updated, you will receive notification.

DISCLAIMER: This immunization schedule is based on the 2017 Childhood and Adolescent Immunization Schedule recommended by the ACIP, AAP, and AAFP. This parent-friendly tool provides generally recommended dates for immunizations based on your child's birth date. Some diseases or treatments for disease affect the immune system. For children with these diseases or for children receiving these treatments, the recommended immunization schedule may need to be modified. Consult your child's physician or other healthcare professional for advice about your child's immunization schedule.

QUALIFICATION: Georgia Tech has used its best efforts to accurately portray immunization application, but cannot guarantee if it is outdated,incomplete, or accurate in all cases. Health Care Professionals should not use this tool for immunization decisions. Georgia Tech and the CDC are not licensed to practice medicine or pharmacology, and this tool does not constitute such practice.

Last Review Date: April 28, 2017

Schedule recommended by:

  1. Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices(ACIP)
  2. American Academy of Pediatrics(AAP)
  3. American Academy of Family Physicians(AAFP).