| An unannounced Annual/Random visit was conducted on this date, by Alanda Ricks, Licensing Program Analyst (LPA). Met with Lena Haiek, Director, who guided analyst tour of the facility. |
All areas identified on the Facility Sketch were inspected and checked the following: Classrooms: Monkey room #1, 2 and
Lion room were inspected. LPA have asked director if she provides Incidental Medical Services to enrolled children. She stated she has a child who has asthma and she does provide Incidental Medical Services-IMS. LPA has instructed licensee to submit her plan of operation implementing IMS within 30 days.
LIS clearances, staff/child ratio, children and staff records, food preparation area, storage and refrigeration, rest rooms, equipment, outside play area and over all conditions of facility. Furniture and equipment were inspected for age appropriateness and good repair. Telephone service, heating, lighting and ventilation were evaluated. Storage for children's belongings and an isolation area with a sink, toilet was inspected. Availability of drinking water was reviewed. Age appropriate sinks and toilets were inspected for availability, good repair, water temperatures, toilet paper, towels, area safety and sanitation. First Aid supplies were inventoried. A review of medication policy, including administering, labeling, storage, and records was made. (Please contact your analyst for regulations if considering using Nebulizer or administering Blood-Glucose test.
Failure to obtain a criminal record background check clearances prior to initial presence at the facility will result in an immediate $100.00 dollar or more per day Civil Penalty.
Snack, lunch menus, food and snacks were reviewed for availability, quantity and appropriateness to children in care. Food preparation areas were toured for safety, cleanliness and proper equipment. A review of cleaning and food supply storage areas was made. Outdoor equipment was inspected for safety, cushioning material, good repair and age appropriateness. Required shade, drinking water and fencing were inspected. Play area was inspected for hazards and inaccessibility to bodies of water.
Teacher child ratios were observed and staff names recorded. Care and supervision was evaluated to determine if the basic needs of children are met appropriately. Staff was questioned to establish their familiarity of emergency reporting requirements, emergency disaster plans and other site operations. Sign in and out sheets and procedures were reviewed with staff, policy of checking children for illnesses. Personal Rights of children were discussed and observed by LPA. Children were interviewed for general observations of facility operation. Staff and children records were reviewed for completeness including but not limited to Criminal Record Clearances for adults, Director Qualifications and verification of CPR/First Aid and health preventive practices documentation. Inspection of required forms was made.