|(3) Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) Maria Mercado conducted an unannounced random visit to the home today. LPA met with Licensee and explained the nature of today's visit to her. LPA observed Licensee with six day care children and one grandchild (5 pre-school, 2 infants) in the home during today's visit. Days and hours of operation are Monday - Friday from 6 AM to 6 PM. The adults that reside in the home are the Licensee and spouse. Licensee's spouse, Rodrigo, arrived shortly after visit began. Licensee's and Rodrigo's certifications for CPR/First Aid are current and expire on 02/17/17. LPA conducted visit in Spanish.|
LPA toured the indoor and outdoor areas of the home during today's visit. LPA reviewed a current Child Care Facility Roster and Fire/Disaster drill log during today's visit. LPA reviewed seven children's files and observed current and updated immunization records and the Family Child Care Home Notification of Parents' Rights form (LIC 995A) in each file. The Licensee has a working telephone in the home. LPA observed sufficient materials, toys, and play equipment for the day care children. The home is clean, orderly, and safe for the day care children. LPA did not observe any wall heaters inside the home. Off limit areas in the home upstairs: 4 bedroom/ 2 bathrooms, downstairs: laundry room, garage, 1 barricaded fireplace (located in the living room), and garage with laundry area. The stairs are barricaded. the home. Off limit areas outside the home: the right and lefts sides of the yard that are both barricaded. LPA observed a fully charged 3A40BC fire extinguisher, working smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, fenced backyard, and no bodies of water. The Licensee states that she does not have any weapons in the home. Knives are inaccessible. All detergents, cleaning compounds and other similar items are stored and inaccessible to children. There are no poisons in the home. Medications are in master bedroom.
LPA discussed the new Incidental Medical Services procedures. Licensee states she does not have any medication for any of the children and understands she must submit a plan to Licensing if she plans to give Incidental Medical Services in the future.
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