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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Text4Baby Tuesday - June 14, 2016

June 14, 2016

Dear MARY,
Father's Day is coming up on Sunday, June 19th. As we celebrate this special day, we'd like to encourage our outreach partners to remind the families they work with about the important role that fathers have in the lives of their children. We often focus a great deal on moms within the context of Text4baby, but all of the information we share through our text messages, app, and mobile pages can also help fathers understand their baby's development and give them insights into what mothers might be experiencing during pregnancy.  
Encourage the dads that you work with to sign up for Text4baby, just like you do with moms! If dads are not present at the time, remind moms that they can ask dads to sign up too. Check out this video from ZERO TO THREE's parenting resource department to learn more about the important role fathers play in their children's development.

We hope you all have a happy Father's Day! 
The Text4baby Team
Take Action
Do the parents you work with have questions about vaccines? Do you want to develop potentially time-saving strategies for communicating effectively with parents about childhood immunizations?
Parents trust YOU to give them accurate health information for their children. This is why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) have developed Provider Resources for Vaccine Conversations with Parents. These free, reproducible resources will help you:
  • Stay current on vaccine safety information
  • Strengthen communication and trust between you and parents
  • Share up-to-date, easy-to-use information about vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases with parents
Download fact sheets, communication tips, waiting room videos, and more at

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