|Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) Warren Birks conducted an unannounced Annual Random inspection. LPA met with licensee, Jamisha Duncan who guided analyst on a tour of the facility. There were zero children present and there is currently one child enrolled. There is one adult residing in the home that has a clearance on file. |
This is a single story home which consists of 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, kitchen, dining room, living room, play area, detached garage, backyard (fenced). LPA observed parked vehicles in the backyard. Child care takes place in the living room, dining room, bathroom in hallway, playroom and backyard. All areas used by children were inspected for safety, comfort, cleanliness, ventilation and heating (wall heater).
The licensee states that there are no poisons in the home. The licensee understands that any poisons must be locked with a key or combination lock. Detergents, cleaning compounds, medicines, sharp objects and hazardous items that can pose a danger to children are inaccessible. Per licensee, there are no weapons, firearms or bodies of water on the premises. There were toys observed for children. Posting requirements were observed to be posted at the time of visit. Children’s records were reviewed. The valve on the required 2A 10BC fire extinguisher indicates fully charged however the last date of service is unknown. Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors near the dining room and hallway were tested, and are in need of batteries. There are emergency supplies on the premises and a medical kit. The licensee understands that in her absence a qualified adult must be present supervising the children; a qualified adult is an individual who has a valid and current adult/infant CPR & Pediatric First Aid certification and a valid criminal record clearance associated to the facility license.
The licensee has taken 1st Aid and Pediatric CPR however she was unable to locate a current card. The following children’s records were available for review: Immunization Records, Notification of Parents’ Rights receipt for children and Identification and Emergency forms. ID/Emergency form needs physician information.