|LPA Nancy Diaz conducted an unannounced comprehensive site visit. LPA met with Ivonne Gomez, Site Supervisor. This facility operates under Title 5 Program. Facility was observed to be in violation of the law when at 7:55am there were 5 toddlers and infants co-mingled in the front room with Claudia Mercado (Aide). There were 3 non-mobile infants with Ivonne Gomez. All required notices, forms and license(s) were posted. Census taken at 8:40 were: 3 mobile infants with Lourdes Obeso; 3 non-mobile infants with Leticia Sanchez and 9 toddlers with Beatriz Villalobos, Sonia Martinez & Ivonne Gomez.|
Disinfectants, cleaning solutions, and other toxic items that are dangerous to children are inaccessible via storage in the staff office. Facility do not maintain medications on site. Playground equipment are in safe condition, free of sharp, loose or pointed parts. The surface of the outdoor activity space are maintained in a safe condition, and free of hazards. All toilets and hand washing facilities are kept in safe and sanitary operating condition. All floors are kept clean and safe. The kitchen and/or food preparation and storage areas are kept clean and free of litter, rubbish and free of rodents and other vermin. All storage containers for solid waste have tight-fitting covers that are kept on, and in good repair. Drinking water are readily available indoor and outdoor. The areas around and under high climbing equipment, swings, slides and similar equipment are cushioned with material that absorbs a fall.
Personnel and client records were reviewed. All staff are trained in CPR and First aid, current certificate are on file. Sign in/out sheets were in full compliance with full legal signatures. Childrenâ€™s records reviewed today contained emergency information of childâ€™s authorized representative and childâ€™s medical assessment. Menus are posted in a place visible by the childâ€™s authorized representative. LPA reviewed Emergency Disaster Plan and the last fire drill was conducted on April 6, 2017.
TYPE A AND B DEFICIENCIES WERE CITED TODAY. CIVIL PENALTY WAS ASSESSED. Type A violation if not corrected, will have a direct and immediate risk to the health, safety, or personal rights of children in care.
Upon receipt, licensee shall post and provide copies of this licensing report to parents/guardians of children in care at the facility and to parents/guardians of children newly enrolled at the facility during the next 12 months.