|Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) Amie Randa met with licensee Jennifer Griffin for an unannounced annual inspection. The facility operations Monday-Thursday from 7:00am-5:00pm. LPA toured all areas of the home that are accessible to the children and observed care and supervision, a current roster of children, capacity and ratio. Today’s census was six children, two under the age of two years old, Also present in the home was the licensee's assistant who has been fingerprint cleared. LPA confirmed that all adult residents residing or working in the home have criminal record clearances. LPA advised licensee if anyone over the age of 18 years old moves into the home they must have a criminal record clearance as well. LPA observed posting of the license, Parent's Rights and the current disaster plan.|
Off-limit areas include deck and master bedroom/bathroom
Licensee acknowledged that children may never enter these off-limit areas. The backyard is fenced and licensee acknowledges that children may never be left unsupervised in an unfenced area of the yard. LPA observed that the licensee had stairs barricaded. There are no bodies of water on the property and licensee stated there are no weapons in the home.
LPA observed current CPR and First Aid certificates that expires on 01/2018. LPA observed that poisons are locked and that fire extinguisher, smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector meets regulation. Wood burning stove is not in use, cleaning materials, hazardous items and medications are all inaccessible to children. There is a working telephone, toys appear to be in a safe condition and the home appears to be clean and orderly.
LPA provided the Community Care Licensing’s website (www.ccld.ca.gov), so the licensee can obtain updated licensing information, new regulations and access forms.