|Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) Jeremey McClain met with Director Malkie Korik to close a complaint investigation. Upon arrival, LPA observed five preschool children supervised by one teacher. It was alleged that a lack of supervision resulted in a serious injury of child in care, and that the facility failed to report the injury to the parents of the child. During the investigation, LPA conducted interviews, made observations at the facility, and reviewed documents related to the incident. Based on the evidence that was gathered, LPA determined that there is not enough evidence to conclude the allegations are true. There was conflicting evidence to determine whether the child was injured at the facility or not. The preponderance of evidence standard has not been met, therefore, the allegations are determined to be unsubstantiated. |
There were no Title 22 deficiencies during today’s investigation. LPA reviewed this report with Director and provided a Notice of Site Visit that must be posted for 30 days.