|A Pre-licensing visit was made by Licensing Program Analyst (LPA), Jacqueline Moore on this date due to a relocation change previous license number 304312573. Present was licensee, Petra Castaneda who allowed LPA entrance into the facility. Licensee's two adults sons, were also present during today's visit. One of licensee's son's translated today's visit to licensee in the Spanish language. No children were present during today's visit. LPA toured inside and outside of the home and paperwork was reviewed. Control of property was reviewed and a copy was given to LPA during visit. |
A review of staff records on this date indicates that all facility staff or other individuals who require caregiver background checks have received criminal record and child abuse index clearances. There are 4 adults and 1 minor living in the home. Children's records and child care roster was reviewed. CPR and First Aid Card will expire 08/18/17.
Licensee had 7 hours health and safety class card, and was missing the 1 hour required nutrition class. The Parents' Rights poster and posting requirements are accessible for viewing in the day care room.
Department web site form was given to down load forms and Title 22 regulations on-line at http://www.ccld.ca.gov and http://www.dss.cahwnet.gov. LPA discussed and reviewed Unusual Incident Report form (advised to contact Licensing Officer of the Day within 24 hours and complete the Unusual Incident Report (LIC 624) within 7 days); SB 792, SB 277, Quarterly Updates, California Child Passenger Safety Law poster (copy was given), Complaint Bureau poster(copy was given) were discussed as well as fire and disaster drills form was discussed. LPA advised that it is recommended that fire/disaster drills are conducted and documented on a monthly basis.
This is a one story, 3 bedroom home with 2 bathrooms with detached garage. Licensee has designated the living room, dining room area, kitchen which had latches on all of the kitchen cabinets, hallway bathroom, and fenced backyard for the care and supervision of children. The off limit areas: have been designated as the 3 bedrooms, master bathroom which all had child safety locks on the door knobs during today's visit, and the garage. Toys and outside play equipment that appears age appropriate for ages served are located here. The smoke detector, fire extinguisher, and carbon monoxide detector were present and operational.