|Licensing Program Analysts (LPAs) Christopher Bello and Mai Lor arrived at the facility to close a complaint investigation. Upon arrival, LPAs met with assistant Vera Santos who has criminal record clearance. LPAs observed seven children at time of inspection. LPAs spoke with licensee via telephone and discussed the complaint investigation findings. Licensee authorized assistant, Vera Santos, to sign the report. It was alleged that a daycare child had been inappropriately touched within the daycare facility. Licensee self-reported the incident. During the investigation LPA made observations and gathered documents pertaining to the investigation. Further investigation was conducted by Investigator Laura Carter-Cook. Parent and child interviews conducted did not corroborate the allegation. Investigator gathered medical evidence that was inconclusive. Based on Investigator’s investigation, the preponderance of evidence standard has not been me and although the allegation may have happened or is valid, there is not a preponderance of evidence to prove the alleged violation did or did not occur, therefore the allegation is Unsubstantiated|
There were no Title 22 deficiencies during today’s investigation. An exit interview was conducted and a Notice of Site Visit posted.