|Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) Emerita Curiel met with Licensee, Debra Taylor for a Random Annual Visit and toured areas of the home accessible to the children. Off-limit areas: Master bedroom, garage, west side of backyard and shed. Census was 2 infants, 9 preschoolers, and 4 school age children, making it a total of 15 children at the time of the visit. Licensee stated there are no new residents in the home since licensure. Adult residents have criminal record clearances. Hours of operation: M-F 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.|
Licensee has a current CPR/First Aid certificates, expiration date 3/2017. Licensee posted day care License, Parent's Rights and current Emergency Disaster Plan. LPA reviewed several children's records. Toys appear to be safe. LPA observed cleaning compounds properly stored out of children's reach. Sharp utensils are stored on the kitchen counter. Fire extinguisher, carbon monoxide and smoke detector meets regulations.Licensee stated there are no weapons in the home.
This facility is not providing Incidental Medical Services-IMS at this time. LPA discussed IMS services and the requirement to create a plan of operation. Specifics on the plan can be found in the family child care home evaluator manual (FCCH EM) Policy 102417. LPA discussed the new licensing requirements AB 792 and LPA gave licensee 30 days to get the immunization's.LPA discussed safe sleeping practices for infants and requirement to notify the department prior to making changes to off-limit areas, or making alterations to the building. LPA provided information on the new immunization requirements, and web site information, so that licensee can stay current in the requirements of the Department. The web site is (www.ccld.ca.gov).
Deficiencies are cited on the subsequent pages of this report under the California Code of Regulations, Title 22.The licensee was provided a copy of their appeal rights. Exit interview conducted. Notice of Site Visit was provided.