Grandparents, Guardians And Carers

Are you – or are you about to be – a grand-parent?Do you have caring responsibilities? We have tried to set out below the rights and responsibilities you have.

Are you – or are you about to be – a grand-parent? Do you have caring responsibilities? We have tried to set out below the rights and responsibilities you have.

Unless you are a legal Guardian, you don’t have any specific rights as a grand-parent, but if you know what to expect, then you can help your kids as their kids vaccinations come round. 

If you are a foster carer or work in children’s services for a Council, you have a duty to put the interests of the child first . It has been established in law that vaccinations are a public health intervention, which benefits the wider community, as well as the child in care.

Then there are links below to the information on the jabs children are recommended to have.

 

COVID CENTRE

The search for a safe and effective Covid vaccine is the World’s no1 medical priority

Pregnant Mums

Pregnant mums can help protect their children from birth by getting vaccinated.

Parents of 1-15 y/os

Your growing children need boosters and additional vaccines to keep them safe and well

First-year Vaccinations

Here is what you need to know about your child’s first vaccinations

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