|LPA observed toys and furniture that were age appropriate and in good repair. |
LPA toured the backyard and found it to be fully fenced.
Licensee has the following documents posted in the FCCH; Facility License (LIC 203), Notification of Parents' Rights Poster (PUB 394) , Child Care Facility Roster (LIC9040), Emergency Disaster Plan (LIC610a).
A review of the children's records was conducted and are found to have the following: LIC 282 Affidavit Liability Insurance, LIC 627/Consent for Medical Treatment, LIC 700/ID and Emergency Information, LIC 995A/Parent's Rights, LIC995E/Caregiver Background Check, LIC 9150/Parent Notification, LIC 9212/Parent's Responsibilities, PM 286/Immunization Card.
The following was thoroughly discussed with the licensee:
Assembly Bill 633: Upon receipt by the licensee, licensees are to provide to parents/guardians the following: Copies of any licensing reports that document a Type A citation- this includes facility visits and substantiated complaint investigations; copy of licensing documents pertaining to a conference conducted by a local licensing agency management representative and the licensee of this family child care home in which issues of noncompliance are discussed or copies of a summary of an accusation indicating the Department's intent to revoke the facility's license. Copies of any of the above licensing documents the licensee has received in the prior 12 months shall be provided to parents/guardians of newly enrolled child at the facility.
Senate Bill 792: This bill, commencing September 1, 2016, prohibits a person from being employed or volunteering at a child care facility or family day care if he or she has not been immunized against influenza, pertussis and measles. Licensees' immunization are not up to date.
New Appeal Process: A licensee may file an appeal, in writing 15 business days from the date of receiving the penalty assessment