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The backyard designated for outdoor play by children in care is fenced. Licensee said that when children in care are playing in the fenced backyard 100% visual supervision is provided. Some outside toys are located here.
There are no bodies of water, no pets and licensee denies firearms on the premises. Licensee also denied the use of the garage for day care purposes.
The following was observed and needs correction before a license can be issued:
1.) TB screening needed for adult resident Dinali Weerakkodi.
2.) Copy of licensee's current pediatric CPR and First Aid cards needed.
3.) Picture of fire extinguisher noted to be 2A10 BC needed.
4.) High sprinkler heads are accessible to children in care in fenced backyard, an area designated for outdoor play by children in care. Pictures of correction needed.
5.) Side yard where loose bricks and garbage cans are stored need to be made inaccessible by children in care.
6.) Similar side yard needs to be made inaccessible to ensure level of supervision.
7.) In the fenced backyard there is an approximately five foot shelf, accessible to children in care, that can easily topple over. Licensee to secure to prevent this action. Statement needed.
Proof of corrections, such as, pictures, receipts or copies need to be submitted to licensing office before the due date of 06/30/2015. If an extension is needed, please submit a letter in writing before the due date.
THE NOTICE OF SITE VISIT WAS POSTED AND DISCUSSED AS REQUIRED BY H&S CODE SEC. 1596.817.
This report must be filed in your facility file for public review for 3 years after being posted for 30 days. Facility representative was informed that the notice of site visit must be posted for 30 consecutive days. Failure to post will result in civil penalties of $100.00.