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Community Care Licensing


FACILITY EVALUATION REPORT

Facility Number: 364830982
Report Date: 11/09/2015
Date Signed 11/09/2015 10:54:43 AM

STATE OF CALIFORNIA - HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY

FACILITY EVALUATION REPORT
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
COMMUNITY CARE LICENSING DIVISION
CCLD Regional Office, 3737 MAIN ST., SUITE 700
RIVERSIDE, CA 92501
FACILITY NAME:SANCHEZ FAMILY CHILD CAREFACILITY NUMBER:
364830982
ADMINISTRATOR:SANCHEZ, ALMAFACILITY TYPE:
810
ADDRESS:TELEPHONE:
(760) 269-6559
CITY:ADELANTOSTATE: CAZIP CODE:
92301
CAPACITY:14CENSUS: 4DATE:
11/09/2015
TYPE OF VISIT:Annual/RandomUNANNOUNCEDTIME BEGAN:
09:30 AM
MET WITH:Alma SanchezTIME COMPLETED:
11:15 AM
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A Random Annual (3) visit is being conducted as a compliance review. Licensing Program Analyst (LPA), Joanne Domingo toured the facility, inside and out, and the following was observed:

· The facility is operating within the licensed capacity and appropriate ratios YES
· The licensee is present in the home and ensures that children in care are supervised at all times. When temporarily absent from the home, the licensee arranges for a substitute adult to care for and supervise children in their absence. YES
· Each child has safe, healthful, and comfortable accommodations, furnishings, and equipment YES
· Children are not left in parked vehicles NO
· Appropriate fire extinguisher and smoke detector present YES
· The facility has one or more functioning carbon monoxide detectors that meet the statutory requirements YES, CO2 DETECTOR LOCATED IN BACK DAY CARE ROOM
· The fireplace is properly screened YES
· The facility has adequate heating and ventilation YES
· Where children less than five years old are in care, stairs are fenced or barricaded YES
· Clean, safe and age appropriate toys YES
· Storage areas for detergents, cleaning compound, medications and other hazards which could pose a danger to children are stored where they are inaccessible to children. YES
· Poisons and toxins are stored in key-locked area and remain locked while children are in care YES
· No guns or weapons present as stated by the Licensee NONE AS OF 11/09/15. APPLICANT UNDERSTANDS ALL GUNS, WEAPONS AND AMMUNITION MUST BE KEY-LOCKED SEPARATELY AND MADE INACCESSIBLE PER TITLE 22 REGULATIONS.
SUPERVISOR'S NAME: Marianne DonleyTELEPHONE: (951)782-4200
LICENSING EVALUATOR NAME: Joanne DomingoTELEPHONE: (951) 233-9356
LICENSING EVALUATOR SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/09/2015
I acknowledge receipt of this form and understand my licensing appeal rights as explained and received.
FACILITY REPRESENTATIVE SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/09/2015
This report must be available at Child Care and Group Home facilities for public review for 3 years.
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STATE OF CALIFORNIA - HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY

FACILITY EVALUATION REPORT (Cont)
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
COMMUNITY CARE LICENSING DIVISION
CCLD Regional Office, 3737 MAIN ST., SUITE 700
RIVERSIDE, CA 92501
FACILITY NAME: SANCHEZ FAMILY CHILD CARE
FACILITY NUMBER: 364830982
VISIT DATE: 11/09/2015
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· AB 978 – Zero Tolerance Related Regulations went into effect January 18, 2011 – In accordance with California Health and Safety Code Section 1596.99(c)/1597.58(c) – it was explained that an immediate $150 Civil penalty will be assessed for each serious violation and a civil penalty of $150 per day per violation will be assessed until corrected.

· AB 2084 – Nutritious Beverages in Child Care Facilities Regulations went into effect
January 1, 2012 – In accordance with California Health and Safety Code Section 1596.808
Whenever milk is served, serve only low-fat (1 percent) milk or nonfat milk to children two years of age or older. Limit juice to not more than one serving per day of 100 percent juice. Serve no beverages with added sweeteners, either natural or artificial. "Beverages with added sweeteners" does not include infant formula or complete balanced nutritional products designed for children.

· AB 2386 – Carbon Monoxide Detector Regulations went into effect January 1, 2015 – In accordance with California Health and Safety Code Section 1597.543 – every family day care home for children shall have one or more carbon monoxide detectors in the facility that meet the standards established in Chapter 8 (commencing Section 13260) of Part 2 Division 12.

· AB 1918 –Smoking prohibition on the premises of Family Child Care Homes, effective, January 1, 2015. This bans smoking tobacco in a home that is licensed as a family child Care home, and in those areas of the family child care home were children represent. This change in law was based on demonstrated negative health effects of second and “thirdhand” smoke on children. Thirdhand smoke generally refers to the residue from tobacco smoke that sticks to surfaces after the secondhand smoke has cleared.

AB 2621 – Health and Safety Code 1596.819. (a) Except as otherwise prohibited by law, the department shall post licensing information on its Internet Web site as follows: Section 1596.750, the information for family child care homes shall include, the licensed capacity of the facility, the status of the license, and the number of site visits, including the number of citations, substantiated and inconclusive complaint inspections, and non-complaint inspections during the preceding five-year period. The department shall update the information posted on at least a monthly basis.

An exit interview was conducted, Notice of Site visit posted, and a copy of this report was provided to the licensee, ALMA SANCHEZ.

During the exit interview, the Licensee, ALMA SANCHEZ confirmed that there are no Registered Sex Offenders living in the facility and/or using the facility address for their mailing address.

As a REMINDER: when your child(ren) turns 18 years of age, you MUST submit an updated LIC279, LIC508 and TB screen and have your child get live scanned. This also applies to any adult PRIOR to them moving into the home or who currently lives in the home. Also, PRIOR to employment of ANY adult, you must submit the LIC508, TB screen and get them live scanned and cleared.

You can access our website at: www.ccld.ca.gov to obtain ANY licensing information. Please subscribe to MyCCL on our website. Department updates will be sent directly to your e-mail account once you have set up an account.

A copy of this report must be made available to the public for 3 years.
SUPERVISOR'S NAME: Marianne DonleyTELEPHONE: (951)782-4200
LICENSING EVALUATOR NAME: Joanne DomingoTELEPHONE: (951) 233-9356
LICENSING EVALUATOR SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/09/2015
I acknowledge receipt of this form and understand my licensing appeal rights as explained and received.
FACILITY REPRESENTATIVE SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/09/2015
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STATE OF CALIFORNIA - HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY

FACILITY EVALUATION REPORT (Cont)
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
COMMUNITY CARE LICENSING DIVISION
CCLD Regional Office, 3737 MAIN ST., SUITE 700
RIVERSIDE, CA 92501
FACILITY NAME: SANCHEZ FAMILY CHILD CARE
FACILITY NUMBER: 364830982
VISIT DATE: 11/09/2015
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· Bodies of water THERE ARE FOUR WORKING & TWO NON-WORKING FOUNTAINS (TWO IN THE FRONT PORCH AND 2 IN THE BACKYARD) ALL FOUNTAINS ARE ROCK FILLED. ALL TYPES OF WATER ACTIVITY TABLES, TOYS INCLUDING PORTABLE WADING POOLS MUST BE EMPTIED IMMEDIATELY AFTER USE AND STORED IN AN UPRIGHT POSITION WHEN NOT IN USE. FAILURE TO REPORT AND NOTIFY THE DEPARTMENT WILL RESULT IN CIVIL PENALTIES.
· The home has a current roster of the children in care YES
· The home conducts fire and disaster drills at least once every six months, and documents the date and time of each drill 10/13/15
· Licensee documents immunizations and maintains and updates records for children in care
· Licensee provides the child’s parent or representative with a copy of the Family child Care Home Notification of Parents’ Rights YES
· Pediatric CPR and First Aid Card expire on 3/11/17
· Resident and/or staff records reviewed on 11/06/15 indicate that all adults who require caregiver background checks have received all required clearances or exemptions. YES

INCIDENTAL MEDICAL SERVICES WERE DISCUSSED. In accordance with California Health & Safety Code 1597.54(h) - The Incidental Medical Service Plan of Operation includes administering: Blood Glucose Testing, Inhaled Medicines (asthma/bronchitis), Epi-Pen, Glucagon, G-Tube, and/or carrying out Medical Orders.
A written Plan of Operation to administer any of the above medications/services to the children in care must be submitted to the Department within 30 days. Please refer to Title 22, Division 12, Chapter 3, Article 03, Regulation 102417, Plan for Providing Incidental Medical Services (PPIMS)
LICENSEE DOES NOT ADMINISTER MEDICATIONS. LICENSEE HAS INFORMED PARENTS. LPA DOMINGO ADVISED LICENSEE TO UPDATE HER PARENT CONTRACTS TO REFLECT THAT LICENSEE DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICATION OF ANY TYPE TO THE CHILDREN IN CARE.

NO DEFICIENCIES CITED DURING THIS VISIT.

The Notice of Site Visit must be posted at the entrance of the facility for a period of 30 days. If a serious violation is cited, a copy of the licensing report (LIC809) must also be posted for 30 days, as well as any documents showing correction of Type A deficiencies. A civil penalty of $100 per violation will be assessed for noncompliance.
SUPERVISOR'S NAME: Marianne DonleyTELEPHONE: (951)782-4200
LICENSING EVALUATOR NAME: Joanne DomingoTELEPHONE: (951) 233-9356
LICENSING EVALUATOR SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/09/2015
I acknowledge receipt of this form and understand my licensing appeal rights as explained and received.
FACILITY REPRESENTATIVE SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/09/2015
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