|Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) Silva Garibyan conducted a Case Management visit to follow up on the self reported incidents occurred at the facility on January 29, 2019 ( the telephone report was made on January 30, 2019 and the Unusual Incident/Injury Report ( LIC 624B) was mailed to El Segundo Regional Office on 02/01/2019 ) . The purpose of this visit was to discuss the incident, where a lack of care/supervision may have occurred.|
An infant was trying to reach for a toy, lost her balance, hit head on the toy box/wood shelf, and sustained a bruise between eyebrows. There were five children present and two assistants observed the entire incident.
Parent (Mom) was contacted and it was suggested to take the child to the doctor. The licensee applied ice.The child returned the next day and parent did not provide a doctor's note because she did not feel child needed to go to the doctor.
During this visit, LPA interviewed the licensee and two assistants who were present at the facility during the incident. The licensee and assistants ( Thalia Vivane Solis-Duarte and Manuel Garcia) stated that they both observed the incident.
At this time based on the available information it does not appear this incident was the result of a Title 22 violation.
The content of this report was read and discussed in detail at the time of the visit with the licensee.
An exit interview was conducted; the Notice of Site Visit must be posted for 30 days upon receipt.