Protecting your child

Another important consideration is whether to immunise your child or not.  This is a decision that needs to be made by the parents of any child  after careful consideration and reviewing ALL the facts.  Don’t let yourself be bullied into a decision – it is one that may affect your child’s future in more ways than you can imagine.  Ask questions, read lots of research, be mindful of who has funded the research and whether it provides a complete picture or a slanted report.  Consider also that less than 25% of all pediatricians vaccinate their own children due to the known risks. [Source:  R Cantrell, PhD, MD, PsyD]. Listen to what Phillip Day has to say before making your decision.

Recent infant mortalityhave examined the number of vaccines given during the first year of life and if there is any correlation between this rigorous program and infant mortality.  I highly recommend reading this research prior to making any decisions.

Also, check out this website to download the information about each vaccine type which you won’t get from your doctor.  By law, doctors only have to give parents the vaccine information sheets, but not the package inserts. You can find them here:

There are alternatives to medical vaccines such as homeopathic methods that are just as effective without the detrimental side effects.  Dr Mercola is a medical practitioner who likes to present the facts – please follow this link to learn more about vaccinations:

To help you decide whether or not to receive a vaccine yourself during pregnancy, please read this first: and

More about options to immunise safely under Immune Health.

Should you choose not to vaccinate your child or delay vaccination, you should go to and download the Conscientious Objection form in order to ensure you do not jeopardise your Family Assistance payments.