|Licensing Program Analysts (LPAs) Melanie Otsuji and Mayla Mendoza arrived to the facility unannounced to conduct an Annual/Random visit. LPAs were met by Director Shana Dhillon. Present during today's visit were 2 teachers and 1 infant. |
LPAs conducted a health and safety inspection. Disinfectants, cleaning solutions, poisons and other items that are dangerous to children are kept inaccessible. Storage areas for poisons are locked. Furniture and equipment are in good condition, free of sharp, loose or pointed parts. All toilets and hand washing facilities are in safe and sanitary operating conditions. Floors are kept clean and safe. All storage containers for solid waste, including moveable bins have tight-fitting covers that are kept on, and in good repair. The areas around and under play equipment are cushioned with material that absorbs a fall. LPAs reviewed census with sign in/sign out sheet and all children present today were signed in. LPAs reviewed files of children in attendance today as well as files of staff present. The changing tables have a padded surface no less than one inch thick, with raised sides at least three inches thick and is covered. The infant napping equipment meets the requirements. On this date, it appears as if all infants have the required Needs and Services Plan. There are ample age appropriate toys that appear to be safe and in good condition. IMS was discussed. The following US Department of Justice resource was provided: http://www.ada.gov/childqanda.htm
There are no cited deficiencies on today's date. An exit interview was conducted. The Director was provided a copy of their appeal rights (LIC 9058 01/16) and their signature on this form acknowledges receipt of these rights. This report must be available for public review for 3 years. LPAs provided Notice of Site visit and Director posted visit notice in LPAs presence.