|In review of childrenâ€™s records, files contain information including, but not limited to the following: Name, address and telephone number of the child's authorized representative and of relatives or others who can assume responsibility for the child if the authorized representative cannot be reached when necessary. Children's roster was available for review and it is current. Disaster drill log was available, last drill was conducted on 05/11/18.
Menus are posted one month in advance where it is visible by the child's authorized representative. Menus for the past 30 days are available upon request. Snacks were reviewed for availability, quantity and appropriateness to children in care. Preschoolers are provided with a lunch from a outside vendor (Children's Collective School Preschools)
First Aid supplies were observed in the classroom, scissors, thermometer, and tweezer were available. According to the Site Supervisor no children are currently on medication. No medications are administered at facility at anytime per Rocio Bach, Program Specialist.
Incidental Medical Services (IMS) policy was discussed. For IMS information see Evaluator Manual - Regulation Interpretations and Procedures for Child Care Centers Sections 101173 and 101226. When any IMS is provided, an updated Plan of Operation that includes IMS must be submitted to the Department. The following information regarding ADA was provided: US Department of Justice (USDOJ) toll-free ADA Information Line at (800) 514-0301 (voice)/ (800) 514-0383 (TTY) and link to publication: Commonly Asked Questions about Child Care Centers and the ADA, available at: http://www.ada.gov/childqanda.htm
LPA advised the Program Specialist to access forms, regulations and quarterly updates on the Child Care Licensing website at: www.ccld.ca.gov. UPDATE: Parentâ€™s Rights Poster (with complaint hot-line) was provided to the licensee during this inspection. LPA observed certificates for mandated child abuse reporting for all staff. Based on the completion of todayâ€™s inspection there were no deficiencies cited.
The Notice of Site Visit (LIC 9213) â€“ must remain posted for 30 days during the hours of operation after each site visit by a licensing representative. Jermaine Kyle, Program Manager Failure to maintain posting as required will result in a civil penalty of $100.00. Exit interview was conducted with , including, but not limited to Provider Rights, Appeal Procedures and Agencies Consultative Role.