|Licensing Program Analysts (LPAs) Mai Lor and Christopher Bello conducted an unannounced inspection at the above facility to follow up on an unusual incident report received by the Sacramento Regional Office on 11/4/19. Upon arrival LPAs met with Licensee's adult daughter acting as an assistant Denisse Marin. LPAs observed seven children in care, one under the age of two. LPAs observed two children on the trampoline without adult supervision. The assistant was inside the facility with five children. Shortly after, two more children were observed on the trampoline. According to manufactured guidelines, adult supervision is required at all times and no more than one person on the trampoline at a time. This is considered an immediate health and safety risk to children in care. LPAs observed the stairs not barricaded when there are children present under the age of five, which poses an immediate health and safety risk to children in care. Approximately 30 minutes of LPA's arrival, Licensee Maria arrived on site. |
LPAs conducted interviews with children and assistant.
Title 22 Regulations cited on the subsequent LIC 809.
Licensee acknowledges, that FOR TYPE A DEFICIENCIES ONLY upon receipt, licensee shall post LIC 809D with Type A deficiencies for 30 days and provide copies of this licensing report to parents/guardians of children in care at the facility and to parents/guardians of children newly enrolled at the facility during the next 12 months. LIC 9224 must be signed by parents/guardians and kept with the children's forms as a receipt whenever any Type A documents are provided by the licensee. LIC 9224 and Appeal Rights were provided.
Exit interview conducted a notice of site visit was provided and posted.