|· Each child has safe, healthful, and comfortable accommodations, furnishings, and equipment|
· The home provides safe toys, play equipment, and materials
· There is an in-ground pool that has mesh, removable fence and gate. The fence is 5 feet tall and the gate opens away from the pool and is self-closing/self-latching Per Title 22 Regulations
· The home has a current roster of children
· The home conducts fire and disaster drills at least once every six months, last drill conducted on 9/27/19
· Licensee documents immunizations and maintains and updates records for children in care
· Licensee provides the child's parent or representative with a copy of the Family Child Care Home Notification of Parents' Rights
· The licensee and other personnel, as specified, have completed training on preventive health practices which was completed on 12/02/07; including pediatric CPR and First Aid which expires 11/20/19.
· Criminal record clearances are required prior to all adults living or working in a Family Child Care Home. A civil penalty of $100.00 per day the person has been present, may be assessed. Resident and/or staff records reviewed on 10/04/19 indicate that all adults who require caregiver background checks have received all required clearances or exemptions.
· The licensee understands that upon notice of the Department to remove an individual from the home, pursuant to H&S Code 1596.871(c)(2), or to exclude an individual from the home, pursuant to H&S Code 1596.8897, the licensee immediately removes the individual and prevents them from returning to the home or having contact with children in care
· Children are not left in parked vehicles and the licensee understands that this is prohibited
· The licensee understands that any authorized employee of the Department may enter and inspect any place providing personal care and services at any time, with or without advance notice
· Incidental Medical Services (IMS) policy was discussed. For IMS information see Evaluator Manual – Regulation Interpretations and Procedures for Family Child Care Homes Section 102417. When any IMS is provided, a Plan for Providing IMS must be submitted to the Department. The following information regarding ADA was provided: (Continued on 809-C)