|Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) Joanne Alcala conducted an annual random inspection at the above facility. Upon arrival LPA was greeted by licensee, Edith Rivera. LPA observed 4 day care children present during the inspection. Per Licensing Information System (LIS) all adults residing and working in the home have obtained background clearances. Per LIS, facility annual fees are current. The licensee is operating within proper capacity and ratios. LPA observed licensee to be present at the home and providing adequate care and supervision.
The home is clean, orderly, comfortable and well ventilated. LPA observed a working smoke detector and Carbon Monoxide, fully charged 2A10BC fire extinguisher and working telephone. There are several age appropriate toys and a first aid kit on the premises. Knives and medications are in accessible to children. Kitchen and bathroom areas were inspected for inaccessibility of toxins/cleaning compounds and other potentially dangerous objects/materials. Electrical outlets around the home were properly covered. The attached garage is off limits as well. The backyard is completely fenced in. There are no bodies of water in the FCCH. Per the licensee, there are no firearms on the premises. The licensee has current CPR and first aid that expires 09/2017.
Licensee has the required documents posted in the FCCH; Facility License (LIC 203), Emergency Disaster Plan (LIC610a), Notification of Parents' Rights Poster (PUB 394), Child Care Facility Roster (LIC9040), and Disaster Drill log.