|LPA Andrea Medlin met with two helpers for this random annual licensing visit. Purpose of the visit explained. The Licensee is not present during the visit. Daycare is operating over capacity today. There were 10 children present during the visit; 5 infants and 5 preschool aged. Physical plant toured to inspect for health and safety hazards. The daycare has a fully charged fire extinguisher in the home that meets the minimum requirements, smoke detector, and a carbon monoxide (CO) detectors in the home. Per staff, there are no firearms or weapons in the home. No pools, spas, hot tubs, fish ponds, or similar bodies of water are present. No documentation any staff with current Pediatric First Aid and CPR certification. No children's roster available. No documentation of emergency disaster drills. No verification of staff immunizations. Children's files are all incomplete and need current immunizations; some children have no files available. All the Parent's Right's forms have the wrong licensing office contact information. Incidental Medical Services (IMS) policy discussed. For IMS information see Evaluator Manual - Regulation Interpretations and Procedures for Family Child Care Homes Section 102417. When any IMS is provided, a Plan for Providing IMS must be submitted to the Department. The following information regarding ADA is provided: US Department of Justice (USDOJ) toll-free ADA Information Line at (800) 514-0301 (voice)/ (800) 514-0383 (TTY) and link to publication: Commonly Asked Questions about Child Care Centers and the ADA, available at: http://www.ada.gov/childqanda.htm. Facility informed that effective September 1, 2016, a person may not be employed or volunteer at a child care facility unless he or she has been immunized against influenza, pertussis, and measles or qualifies for an exemption pursuant to Health and Safety code 1596.7995 and 1597.662. |
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 shall be made available for public review upon request.
Due to Type A violations, this report and violations must be given to all parents and documented on the LIC 9224 and returned to each child's file. Notice of Site visit observed posted and shall remain posted for 30 days.