|- AB 2236 â€“ Civil Penalties, effective July 1, 2015 â€“ Enacts new civil penalties in cases where the Department determines that a violation of licensing standards resulted in the death or serious injury, or constitutes physical abuse of a child in care. The bill establishes an appeal procedure specific to these civil penalties. The bill also expands the scope of the Child Health and Safety Fund in order to assist parents in securing alternative child care when a Child Care Center or Family Child Care Home license has been suspended or revoked. These civil penalty amounts are scaled in relation to the total capacity of all of the licenseeâ€™s facilities and not just the specific facility cited or limited to that facility type.|
- Responsibilities of being a mandated reporter
- Access to forms & Regulations for Family Child Care online at www.ccld.ca.gov
- Responsibility to know the regulations for anyone providing care
- Inaccessibility of hazards must be constantly reassessed depending on the children in care
- Current facilityâ€™s phone numbers must be on file at all times.
- Baby walkers, bouncy seats, excersaucers and other similar items are prohibited
- The licensee is urged visit the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission webpage at
www.cpsc.gov to ensure that equipment used for the day care has not been recalled
- Criminal record clearances required prior to all adults living or working in a Family Child Care
Home. A civil penalty of $100.00 per day per person, may be assessed.
- 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/LIC9099) 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.
A NOTICE OF SITE VISIT WAS ISSUED AND IS TO BE POSTED IN A PROMINENT LOCATION AT THE FACILITY FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS. A Confidential Names List was completed and provided to the LICENSEE. A copy of this report must be made available to the public for 3 years.
- See LIC809D for cited deficiencies.
- During the exit interview, the licensee, Nellie Badillo, confirmed that there are no Registered Sex Offenders living in the facility and/or using the facility address for their mailing address.
- Appeal rights discussed and a copy of this report was provided to the licensee on this date.