|LPA's Kathie Campbell and Patricia Musso arrived at facility to conduct an unannounced complaint inspection. Met with licensee, Eva Uribe. Census was taken, and LPA discussed the allegation. The Department investigated the allegation that the licensee failed to provide adequate supervision. LPA interviewed licensee, witnesses, and children. Reviewed facility records. Although licensee made conflicting statements during this investigation, there was not sufficient information to say whether or not the licensee, or her daughter who assists her were present in the home with day care children or if the day care children were left alone with a non adult. Although the allegation may have happened or is valid, there is not a preponderance of evidence to prove the alleged violation did or did not occur, therefore the allegation is UNSUBSTANTIATED. |
Per California Code of Regulations, Title 22, Division 12, Chapter 3, no deficiency is cited during today's visit.
An exit interview conducted with licensee, Eva Uribe. A Notice of Site Visit Form was posted on parent's board and must remain posted for 30 days.