As kids get older, protection from some childhood vaccines begins to wear off, and they develop risks for other diseases. The CDC recommends that children receive one meningococcal, one Tdap and two HPV vaccines six or more months apart or three HPV vaccines if the first two doses were less than five months apart, by their 13th birthday
Keep your kids on an annual check-up schedule to ensure they are up-to-date on immunizations.
Annual wellness visits
After three years of age, children and teens should continue to have regular annual checkups. Preventive care is an important part of keeping them safe into adulthood, so make sure these visits remain a priority.
Preteen and teen immunization schedules