|Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) Tony Studebaker conducted an unannounced, Annual/Random, inspection on today's date. LPA met with the Director and explained the nature of today's inspection. LPA noted 6 infants and 2 infant teachers. LPA noted the staff and infants were interacting in various activities. The facility was in compliance with teacher/infant ratios, children were not left unattended and were constantly under the direct visual supervision of a staff person. |
LPA completed a physical plant inspection touring the building inside and out. No bodies of water were found. Director denies any weapons stored in the facility. Disinfectants, cleaning solutions, poisons, and other items that are dangerous to infants were inaccessible. Furniture and equipment was in good condition, free of sharp, loose, or pointed parts. Facility has age appropriate furniture and equipment, including cribs, mats, feeding chairs, and changing tables. Infant changing table is located within arms reach of a sink. No baby walkers or bouncers were witnessed during the inspection. All storage containers for solid waste had tight fitting covers and were in good repair. Facility was free of flies, other insects, and rodents. Facility has adequate indoor activity space for infants that is physically separate from space used by the preschool child care center. Bottles, dishes, and containers of food brought by the infant's authorized representative are labeled with the infant's name but did not have the date. Facility has at least one functioning carbon monoxide detector that meets statutory requirements. Facility has adequate outdoor activity space and play equipment that is maintained in a safe condition and is free of hazards. Temperature was comfortable in the classroom. At the time of inspection the child care center was clean, safe, sanitary, and in good repair for the well-being of children, employees, and visitors.
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