|Licensing Program Analysts (LPAs), Margarit Sislyan met with the facility Katherine Nathan (Assistant Director) and conducted a Random visit. |
Upon arrival, LPA observed 12 infants 4 teachers.
All rooms are clean and safe. Telephone service was verified. Heating, lighting, and ventilation are adequate. Drinking water is available.
Furniture & Equipment age appropriate and in good repair
No Baby walkers on premises
High chairs or feeding tables have broad-based legs. Plastic seats in good repair
Sanitary solution out of infant reach.
Changing tables have at least 1 inch thick padding covered with washable vinyl or plastic. Sides raised a minimum of 3 inches. Changing table within armâ€™s length of sink when in use.
Toys were safe, with no sharp ages, splinters or points, nor made of small parts that can be pulled off and swallowed.
Cribs or other appropriate napping equip available for each crib age infant
Placement of cribs, cots or mats allows for entry/exit from the napping space
Play area was observed to be free of debris. Play area was inspected for hazards and inaccessibility to bodies of water.
Children are inspected for illnesses as they are picked up from their class. Most ill children are sent home prior to the end of the school day. A review of medication policy indicated that prescription over the counter medication is administered and only with parent's written permission. The designated person administers the medication and documents the dosage, date and time onto a log. Medication is properly labeled and stored in its original container. There is a separate area for isolation and care of ill children in the office. There is a mat and blanket available for each ill child.