|LPA observed age appropriate sinks and toilets for availability, good repair, water temperature, toilet paper, paper towels, area safety and sanitation. LPA inspected the heating, lighting and ventilation of the site/classrooms. Due to the age of the children in care, they do not nap. However, LPA was told that they will have some mats in case younger children will want to rest or take a nap. LPA observed appropriate storage for the children's belongings. Disinfectants, cleaning solutions and other items that are dangerous to the children, are inaccessible to the children in care, they are located under the sink which was latched. LPA advised all storage areas with poisons shall be locked at all times. Medication will be housed in the after-school bungalows, as well as, the elementary office, however there are procedures (Title 22) that will be followed prior to administering the medication. Medication shall be inaccessible to the children. LPA reminded applicant of the requirements for criminal records/child abuse index clearances, child abuse reporting, inspection authority, and capacity limitations. Applicant was also reminded of incident/medication documentation. Applicant was provided the Departments website: www. ccld.ca.gov. LPA will send applicant a children's form packet.|
Ms. Smith informed LPA that presently at this site no children will be needing any special services which falls under IMS; however, the program provides services in other sides.
This facility provides Incidental Medical Services – IMS. LPA reviewed storage of medication and equipment/supplies, and reviewed children’s, personnel, and administrative records. For IMS information see Evaluator Manual - Regulation Interpretations and Procedures for Child Care Centers Sections 101173 and 101226.The following information regarding ADA was provided: US Department of Justice (USDOJ) toll-free ADA Information Line at (800) 514-0301 (voice)/ (800) 514-0383 (TTY) and link to publication: Commonly Asked Questions about Child Care Centers and the ADA, available at: http://www.ada.gov/childqanda.htm
The Department will issue provisional license for 60 days for the capacity of 60. However, prior to the the following has to be done: 1) The items on top of the cabinets should be removed to ensure safety of the children.
The Department will issue permenant license after conducting final reveiw of the file and ensuring all the necessary documentation is in the file.
809 was issued and copy of this report was provided.