|Licensee Rosa Torres guided this LPA on a tour of the facility both indoors and outdoors. During the tour, LPA Navarro observed male clothing in one of the rooms. Licensee and Licensee's daughter confirmed that clothes belonged to the adult male living in the home. LPA Navarro also went into the detached garage. Inside LPA Navarro observed a hobby station, tools, and an abundance of die-cast toy cars. LPA asked Licensee who they belonged to. Licensee stated they belonged to the adult male that is living in the home. Licensee's daughter also confirmed they belonged to the adult male. |
Based on the LPA's observations, interviews, and Licensee's own admittance, the preponderance of evidence standard has been met, therefore the above allegation is found to be Substantiated. California Code of Regulations, Title 22 102370(d)(1) Criminal Record Clearance, is being cited on the attached LIC 9099-D.
A copy of this report shall be provided to the parent/guardian of children currently enrolled by the next business day or immediately upon return. A copy of this report shall also be provided to the parent/guardian of any newly enrolled children for the next 12 months (1 year). Acknowledgement of Receipt (LIC 9224 form) must be maintained in each child’s file immediately upon receipt from parent. Licensee was provided with a copy of the Acknowledgement of Receipt of Licensing Reports (LIC 9224) Form during this visit.
The Notice of Site Visit (LIC 9213) must remain posted for 30 days during the hours of operation after each site visit by a licensing representative. Failure to maintain posting as required will result in a civil penalty of $100.00.
Exit interview conducted with the Licensee, during which appeal rights were given and explained. A copy of the Appeal Rights (LIC 9058 01/16) was provided. The Licensee’s signature on this report acknowledges receipt of rights.