|An unannounced Annual/Random visit conducted today by Licensing Program Analysts (LPAs) Robert Gutierrez and Rene Mancinas Jr. LPAs met with Site Supervisor, Patricia Gonzalez. There are no bodies of water or firearms on the premises. Disinfectants, cleaning solutions are inaccessible to children. No poisons were observed during todayâ€™s inspection. Furniture and equipment are in good condition. The surface of the outdoor activity space is maintained in a safe condition, and is free of hazards. The licensee takes measures to keep the facility free of flies, other insects, and rodents. The facility has age-appropriate furniture and equipment including, but not limited to, cribs, cots, or mats. A baby walker is not allowed on the premises. The facility has sufficient infant napping equipment. The facility has indoor activity space for infants that is physically separate from space used by preschool or school-age children. The child care center is clean, safe, sanitary, and in good repair at all times. Facility has one or more functioning carbon monoxide detectors. Bottles, dishes, and containers of food brought by the infant's authorized representative are labeled with the infant's name. While in use, infant changing tables are placed within arm's reach of a sink. The facility ensures that each infant is never left unattended, and under the direct visual supervision of a staff person at all times. The facility is in compliance with the staff-infant ratios required. Prior to working or volunteering in a licensed child care facility, all individuals subject to criminal record review have obtained a clearance or criminal record exemption. The licensee ensures that personnel records are maintained on the licensee, administrator, and each employee. The name of the new child care center director or fully qualified teacher(s) designated to act in the director's absence is reported to the Department within 10 days of a change. The facility ensures that staff being utilized as infant teachers during the compliance review meet the qualification requirements. At least one person trained in Pediatric CPR and First Aid is present when children are at the facility or at offsite activities. The facility has an individual feeding plan for each infant that meets the requirements. The facility ensures that each infant has an Infant Needs and Services Plan. Days and hours of operation are Monday through Friday; 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Continued on 809-C