|Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) Fermin Campos-Jaramillo conducted an unannounced annual random inspection to the home today. LPA met with Susana Lezama, Licensee, and explained the nature of today's inspection to her. Present today was Licensee's son Ricardo and licensee's daughter in law Maria. Days and hours of operation are Monday to Saturday from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM. The adults that reside in the home are the Licensee, her sons Francisco, Ricardo and Carlos, licensee's daughter in law Maria and licensee's spouse Jose. There were 2 children in care, they are Licensee's grandchildren and the mother of the children was also present. Other than the licensee's grandchildren there were no other children in care. Licensee stated she is working with the migrant program Gokids and has not received children yet. Licensee's and Licensee's spouse certifications for CPR and First Aid card are current and will expire on 01/07/2019.|
.LPA toured the indoor and outdoor areas of the home during today's inspection. LPA reviewed the Child Care Facility Roster during today's inspection and it is current. Licensee has documented a fire drill during the last six months. Last fire drill was documented on 03/10/2018.
The Licensee has a working telephone in the home. LPA observed sufficient materials, toys, and play equipment for the day care children. Off limit areas inside are: 3 bedrooms, one bathroom and the laundry room. There is also a second floor which only access is outside the home by the right side yard. LPA observed there are no stairs inside the home. Off limits areas outside: Right side of the back yard. The back yard is fenced and the licensee uses a section as playground whenever the weather allows it. LPA observed a fully charged 2A10BC fire extinguisher and at least one working smoke detector. LPA observed the home has a working carbon monoxide detector and no bodies of water. LPA observed there are not wall heaters and a barricaded fireplace. The Licensee states that she does not have any weapons in the home. All detergents, cleaning compounds, medications, and other similar items are stored inaccessible to children. LPA discussed Incidental Medical Services (IMS) with the Licensee.
LPA explained to the Licensee of the immunization requirement for pertussis, measles, and flu vaccines for all Licensees and staff that work directly with the children (SB792). Licensee believes she has immunization but was unable to present proof of immunization for pertussis, measles and influenza for herself and for her spouse and helper Jose. Licensee understands that this is a deficiency to the health and safety regulations.
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