|A Supervisory Conference was held by Mary Ruiz, Licensing Program Manager (LPM), and Marina Pilossian, Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) met with licensee Mr. Zohreh Mozafari at the office. This meeting was held because the department had concerns with the operation of her facility. LPM explained the administrative process and further explained that failure to make the necessary corrections, be out of compliance with rules, laws, and regulations, will lead to recommendation for legal administrative action taken against the license or revocation. Licensee has corrected and has been very pro active in correcting all the deficiencies that were issued as stated below. Licensee has also completed the Family Child Care Orientation (FCCH) on this date 01/16/18, and a copy has been obtained for the file. LPM explained that licensee needs to have an assistant when there are more than 8 children. LPM, explained that the department will monitor the license closely, and if necessary the capacity will decrease from 12 to 8 capacity. |
The following deficiencies were discussed:
-Personal Rights. Personal Rights: Each child shall be accorded safe, healthful and comfortable accommodations, furnishing and equipment. LPA observed child #1 playing in the living room with a toy (toy walker for the younger children to help them walk). LPA observed licensee's spouse kick really hard on to the toy while child #1 was still holding on to it. Child #1 was intimidated by the licensee's spouse. Child started to cry.
- Personal Rights: Each child shall be accorded safe, healthful and comfortable accommodations, furnishing and equipment. Child #3 was sitting on the yellow small chair and eating lunch. LPA observed child #3 fall face down while on the chair with food in her mouth, and clearly child #3 was not being supervised. LPA observed child #3 crying with food in her mouth and licensee's spouse did not pick up the child, and waited for the licensee (wife) to pick up the child.
- Operation of a Family Child Care Home- An Emergency Disaster Plan was not observed on the wall. There shall be a written disaster plan per Title 22 and the Health and Safety Code Section 1596.841. The children are at potential risk in case of an emergency if the phone numbers are not immediately accessible.