|Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) Silva Garibyan conducted a Case Management visit for capacity increase to 14 children. Currently the licensee is licensed for a small FCCH with a maximum capacity of 8 children. The LPA met with the licensee, Sona Harutyunyan. Licensee has proof of teaching experience, has provided a certificate of completion in Early Childhood Education and qualifies for a large family child care license. The home was inspected for safety, comfort, cleanliness, telephone service, heating and ventilation, inaccessibility to poisons, detergents, cleaning compounds, medicines, and hazardous items that can pose a danger to children. Per the licensee there has been no noted changes to the home or occupants since her last visit ( Pre-licensing visit conducted on 7/20/17.). The applicant has installed the pull fire alarm that is required for large Family Child Care Homes|
LPA observed four children were present. One child was infant and three children were preschool age.
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
Licensee has the following documents posted in the FCCH; Facility License (LIC 203), Child Care Facility Roster (LIC9040), and Emergency Disaster Plan (LIC610a). LPA did not observe the Parent's Rights poster to be posted in a prominent area of the home.