Medical Exemption Form *pdf

Difficult to obtain as most doctors do not want to sign them. This form must be signed by a medical doctor, M.D., or D.O..  A chiropractor signature will not suffice.  Your child has to have a significant medical issue that justifies not receiving vaccines, for a doctor to sign this.

Religious Exemption Form *pdf

This form can be printed off and needs notarized by any notary (most banks have a notary).  You cannot be questioned on what your religion is--that is illegal.  It can be any religion of your own choosing or design. Any school or daycare accepting state funds, must accept this.

Informed & Responsible Choices

Vaccinating, and not vaccinating, come with responsibility to yourself, your children, and the community. Both vaccinated and non-vaccinated are capable of spreading infection and of being infected. It’s important to know for each choice the risks, benefits, and limitations of those choices, and it’s important to have a plan in case of disease antigen (wild or vaccine-strain) exposure.

 

Responsibilities when choosing vaccination

  • know the vaccination risks to yourself/child
  • know the risks of wild/vaccine derived exposure to yourself/your child
  • know what conditions or exposures increase risk of adverse reaction
  • know how to spot an acute or slowly-evolving reaction
  • know how to respond to vaccine reactions
  • know what other infection risks are increased by each vaccine*
  • know how to recognize or suspect infection in your vaccinated child
  • know in advance how you will address any infection that occurs
  • know the effectiveness of each vaccine
  • know the limitations of each vaccine and act accordingly to avoid spreading infection**
  • stay home and use proper precautions when sick
  • avoid spreading infection: wash hands, cover sneezes and coughs, etc.
  • maintain optimal immune health

Responsibilities when choosing not to vaccinate

  • know the risks of wild/vaccine derived exposure to yourself/your child**
  • know to recognize or suspect infection in your child
  • know in advance how you will address any infection that occurs
  • stay home and use proper precautions when sick
  • avoid spreading infection: wash hands, cover sneezes and coughs, etc.
  • maintain optimal immune health

 

Information found on this page and other pages of this website are for informational purposes only and is not medical advice. Please consult a trusted medical professional to determine what is right for you and your family.