|(3) LPA Andrea Medlin met with staff for this random annual licensing visit today. Licensee is not present during the visit. Purpose of the visit was explained. Days and hours of operation: Monday-Friday 7:30AM-5:30PM. There were 9 children present during the visit; 3 infants and 6 preschool aged. Per staff, Licensee and two minor children live in the home; criminal record clearance is on file for all adults in the home. Physical plant toured to inspect for health and safety hazards in the licensed areas. Outdoor space inspected for health and safety hazards; outdoor play area is completely fenced. The daycare has a fully charged fire extinguisher that meets the minimum requirements, smoke detectors, and carbon monoxide detectors in the daycare. Adequate first aid supplies are available. Detergents, cleaning compounds, medications, and other items which could pose a danger to children is stored inaccessible to children. The daycare area is kept clean and orderly and has adequate heating and ventilation for safety and comfort. Per staff, there are no firearms or weapons in the home. No spas, swimming pools, hot tubs, fish ponds, or similar bodies of water are present. Variety of age appropriate toys and materials is observed in the daycare. A sick child would be separated from the group and wait for parent to pick up. Licensee, and helper, have documentation of current Pediatric First Aid and CPR (exp 5/2017 and 2/2016) for Licensee or helper. A children's roster is available. No emergency disaster drill logs available for review. LPA gave a sample form to use to log emergency drills and reminded Licensee of the licensing requirement regarding drills which is required at least once every six months and document the drills. Children's records reviewed. In the files that were reviewed, all had a copy of immunization records and documentation of parent's rights. All the required licensing forms are posted in a prominent location. |
The deficiencies cited on the following pages are in violation of the California Code of Regulations, Title 22, Division 12, Chapter 1.
This report was reviewed with staff and a copy of this report must be made available for public review upon request.
Notice of Site Visit shall remain posted for 30 days.