The American Academy of Pediatrics has long been an advocator for vaccines and their Immunization page emphasizes how important it is for families to acknowledge the life-saving capacities within vaccines. The page has resources for pediatricians and families alike.
Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System helps keep track of any irregular reactions to vaccinations. The government and medical establishments acknowledge that adverse reactions to vaccines do happen sometimes, and they use the information provided through this service to improve the safety and effectiveness of vaccines.
Voices for Vaccines empowers parents to discuss the benefits of vaccinating your children and propagate information to others on the issues. The site has sections on Vaccines, Tools, and other Parents who Vaccinate, so you can be sure to find the information desired.
PKIDs (Parents of Kids with Infectious Diseases) Blog helps to give parents whose children have diseases like hepatitis, HIV/AIDS, and other chronic diseases with no cure an outlet for discussing ways to ease their children’s lives and make a more stable home environment for their family. They discuss immunization and vaccine benefits as well.
Shot by Shot is comprised of stories from people across the country as they explain why it’s so absolutely critical to get a vaccination. The site makes a great page to show parents who want to learn more about the diseases vaccines prevent or are questioning the need for vaccines.
Parents Who Protect is a resource for parents to understand how absolutely crucial it is to vaccinate children and give them the ability to lead a healthy, productive life. The author of the site is the president of the National Meningitis Associations and has more than enough experience to aptly address vaccination issues.