|This is an amended report. Facility Evaluation deficiency report has been amended. Mariela Ramon, Licensing Program Analyst/Complaint Specialist (CS) conducted a visit to the facility for the purpose to issue deficiencies observed at the facility on 03/08/17. Upon arrival, CS observed 1 infant and 5 preschool age children in care with the licensee, licensee's husband and licensee's assistant. During today's visit, the facility capacity/ratio were in compliance. |
During a visit conducted on 03/08/17, licensee disclosed to CS that on 03/06/17, licensee was providing care to 4 infants and 10 preschool age children. There were no school age children in care. Licensee's husband and licensee's assistant were assisting licensee to provide care to the children. The facility did not meet Title 22 Regulations for the license ratio. A large family day care home may provide care for more than 12 children and up to and including 14 children, if all the following conditions are met:
- At least one child is enrolled in and attending kindergarten or elementary school and a second child is at least six years of age.
- No more than three infants are cared for during any time when more than 12 children are being cared for
On 03/08/17, licensee provided CS with an incomplete facility roster. Licensee shall maintain a current roster of children who are provided care in the facility. The roster shall include the name, address, and daytime telephone number of the child's parent or guardian.
The facility was cited a type A and B deficiencies. Please see Facility Evaluation Report LIC 809D for deficiencies cited.