Department of
SOCIAL SERVICES

Community Care Licensing


FACILITY EVALUATION REPORT

Facility Number: 364841959
Report Date: 11/04/2019
Date Signed: 11/04/2019 01:20:27 PM

COMPREHENSIVE INSPECTION
STATE OF CALIFORNIA - HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY

FACILITY EVALUATION REPORT
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
COMMUNITY CARE LICENSING DIVISION
CCLD Regional Office, 1605 EAST PALMDALE BLV, STE A
PALMDALE, CA 93550
FACILITY NAME:REECE FAMILY CHID CAREFACILITY NUMBER:
364841959
ADMINISTRATOR:REECE, RASIENEFACILITY TYPE:
810
ADDRESS:TELEPHONE:
(760) 265-0259
CITY:VICTORVILLESTATE: CAZIP CODE:
92394
CAPACITY:14CENSUS: 6DATE:
11/04/2019
TYPE OF VISIT:Annual/RequiredUNANNOUNCEDTIME BEGAN:
12:01 PM
MET WITH:Rasiene ReeceTIME COMPLETED:
01:34 PM
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Licensing Program Analyst's (LPA's) Thompson-Miller and SIms met with Licensee, Rasiene Reece, who guided analyst's on a tour of the facility for an Annual Required inspection. This is a two story 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home with kitchen/dining, family room, living room, dining room, laundry room and garage. There is a jacuzzi on the premises. Upon arrival LPA observed 6 children along with two assistants and Licensee. LPA's observed children engaged in play and completing art work. Days/Hours of operation Sunday to Saturday 12PM to 11:59AM (varied schedule). Family members residing in the home include 2 adults (licensee, licensee adult daughter) and no children. Incidental Medical Services (IMS) policy was discussed.

Main care is provided in the living room (at entrance) and family room. Children use the bathroom in hallway on the left. Off limit areas include the entire upstairs (Bedroom #2, #3 and #4, bathroom #2 and #3), laundry and garage (key lock). Bedroom #4 (off limits) used to store child care items (no hazardous items). The home was inspected inside and out for safety, comfort, cleanliness, telephone service, heating and ventilation, inaccessibility to poisons, detergents/cleaning compounds (pantry-key lock), medicines (upstairs), and hazardous items (sharp knives in pantry-key lock) that can pose a danger to children. Fire/earthquake drills complete and maintained current. Roster complete and maintained current. Stairs have a gate.

The backyard is completely fenced. There are no pets. There is a jacuzzi (key lock) on the right side of the yard. Licensee reminded to supervise child during outside play. There are Little Tikes play equipment, bicycles, ping pong table and cubby for children belongings.
SUPERVISOR'S NAME: Carissa BellTELEPHONE: (661) 789-6953
LICENSING EVALUATOR NAME: Linda Thompson-MillerTELEPHONE: (661) 568-8186
LICENSING EVALUATOR SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/04/2019
I acknowledge receipt of this form and understand my licensing appeal rights as explained and received.
FACILITY REPRESENTATIVE SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/04/2019
This report must be available at Child Care and Group Home facilities for public review for 3 years.
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STATE OF CALIFORNIA - HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY

FACILITY EVALUATION REPORT (Cont)
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
COMMUNITY CARE LICENSING DIVISION
CCLD Regional Office, 1605 EAST PALMDALE BLV, STE A
PALMDALE, CA 93550
FACILITY NAME: REECE FAMILY CHID CARE
FACILITY NUMBER: 364841959
VISIT DATE: 11/04/2019
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Per Licensee, there are no weapons or firearms on the premise. LPA's did not observe any in the home. There are age appropriate toys. Age appropriate napping (cots, playpen) equipment. The required fire extinguisher (2A10BC) and smoke detector are in operable condition. The home has a Carbon Monoxide detector. Fireplace is screened. Home has central AC and heat. CPR/First Aid expire 11/17/2019. Note: The training must be taken through American Red Cross, American Heart Association, or through Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Authority approved trainers. Online courses are not acceptable and would result in a citation. The First Aid kit was observed and is complete. The First Aid kit was observed and is complete.

The following was discussed with the Licensee:
Capacity requirements, Notification of Parent's Rights, Roster requirements (keep updated names), Documentation requirements for disaster drills (fire and earthquake). Mandatory Forms for the children’s files and provider’s files, Safe Sleep and information on shaking baby syndrome. The role and responsibilities of being a mandated reporter were reviewed. Licensee reminded supervision is required at all times to children in care. Licensee was advised on how to access forms and Regulations for Family Child Care online at www.ccld.ca.gov. Licensee was made aware that it is her responsibility to know the regulations as well as anyone who assists in providing care. Licensee advised that inaccessibility of hazards must be constantly reassessed depending on the children in care. Licensing must have the facility’s phone number at all times; if the phone number is changed, licensing must be notified. Regulation prohibits the smoking of tobacco in a private residence that is licensed as a family child care home and in those areas of the family day care home where children are present (24/7 ban). State law prohibits baby walkers, bouncy seats, exersaucers and any other items that fall into that category.
SUPERVISOR'S NAME: Carissa BellTELEPHONE: (661) 789-6953
LICENSING EVALUATOR NAME: Linda Thompson-MillerTELEPHONE: (661) 568-8186
LICENSING EVALUATOR SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/04/2019
I acknowledge receipt of this form and understand my licensing appeal rights as explained and received.
FACILITY REPRESENTATIVE SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/04/2019
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STATE OF CALIFORNIA - HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY

FACILITY EVALUATION REPORT (Cont)
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
COMMUNITY CARE LICENSING DIVISION
CCLD Regional Office, 1605 EAST PALMDALE BLV, STE A
PALMDALE, CA 93550
FACILITY NAME: REECE FAMILY CHID CARE
FACILITY NUMBER: 364841959
VISIT DATE: 11/04/2019
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Licensee advised of the requirement to report unusual incidents and/or injuries to the parent/guardian and Licensing within the time frame specified by the regulation (call within 24 hours and submit written report within 7 days) and on the form LIC624B. Information regarding Quarterly Update Summer, Fall, Winter 2019, Teaching Pyramid (But What Do I Do When He Hits? and Challenging Behavior and Supporting Infant and Toddler's Social Emotional Development) were provided. The "Notification of Parent's Rights" poster must be posted in an area of the home accessible to parents. The information regarding new legislation with regards to exemptions and Parent’s Rights was also discussed.
Licensee informed to review Provider Information Notice (PIN) 19-14-CCP: Adverse Childhood Experiences and Trauma- Informed Care in Child Care Facilities.

The new two-part online Mandated Reporter Training (MRT) went live in May 2019. It contains a General Training and a Child Care specific training. Staff who took the training after May 2019, even if recertifying, had to take both the General and the Child Care specific training segments. The post- May 2019 General Training is required once. When licensees and staff recertify in two years, they will only need to complete the Child Care specific training. Those who took the online MRT before May 2019 will need to take both parts of the online training when they recertify.

Licensee informed to review Quarterly updates/regulations for 2015-2019 on the department website which includes information on: Summer 2015 - Incidental Medical Services information.
Quarterly Update Winter 2019: Before an individual can obtain a child care license, or work in a licensed child care facility, they must receive a criminal record clearance or exemption from the Department's Caregiver Background Check Bureau (CBCB). Additionally, any children who live in the Family Child Care Home must be fingerprinted once they turn 18 years old, as well as all other adults living in the home. Assembly Bill 752, California's first law addressing suspension and expulsion in preschool. Visit the Preventing Suspension and Expulsion of Young Children in Child Care & Early Education site.
SUPERVISOR'S NAME: Carissa BellTELEPHONE: (661) 789-6953
LICENSING EVALUATOR NAME: Linda Thompson-MillerTELEPHONE: (661) 568-8186
LICENSING EVALUATOR SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/04/2019
I acknowledge receipt of this form and understand my licensing appeal rights as explained and received.
FACILITY REPRESENTATIVE SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/04/2019
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STATE OF CALIFORNIA - HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY

FACILITY EVALUATION REPORT (Cont)
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
COMMUNITY CARE LICENSING DIVISION
CCLD Regional Office, 1605 EAST PALMDALE BLV, STE A
PALMDALE, CA 93550
FACILITY NAME: REECE FAMILY CHID CARE
FACILITY NUMBER: 364841959
VISIT DATE: 11/04/2019
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--Licensee was advised visit www.shotsforschool.org for Immunization information.
--Licensee was informed of responsibility to report suspected Child Abuse, 1-800-827-8724
--Family Child Care Providers (Disaster Planning information): https://ccld.family-child-care-providers/disaster-planning-and-fire-safety/
--Child Care Videos: https://ccld.childcarevideos.org
--Child Care Advocates information: www.childcareadvocatesprogram@cdss.ca.gov
--License was advised to visit the CCL website (www.ccld.ca.gov) to obtain updates of courses and updates/changes to the regulations.

Please be mindful of the following safe sleep best practices:

• Always place infants on their backs for sleeping

• Use only a tight-fitting sheet on the crib or play yard mattress

• Do not hang any items from the crib or above the crib

• Keep all items, including blankets, out of the crib or play yard

• Pacifiers may be used as long as they do not have items attached to them

• Infants should not be swaddled or have any items covering them while sleeping

• The temperature of the room should be comfortable enough for an adult to wear a t-shirt and not be too hot or too cold

Note: the above guidelines are recommendations for best practices only, until regulations are approved and adopted.

Thank you for all that you do to help keep our children safe.

AAP: https://www.healthychildren.org/English/ages-stages/baby/sleep/Pages/A-Parents-Guide-to-Safe-Sleep.aspx

NIH: https://safetosleep.nichd.nih.gov/safesleepbasics/environment/room/text_alternative

Safe to Sleep Campaign: https://safetosleep.nichd.nih.gov/materials

SUPERVISOR'S NAME: Carissa BellTELEPHONE: (661) 789-6953
LICENSING EVALUATOR NAME: Linda Thompson-MillerTELEPHONE: (661) 568-8186
LICENSING EVALUATOR SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/04/2019
I acknowledge receipt of this form and understand my licensing appeal rights as explained and received.
FACILITY REPRESENTATIVE SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/04/2019
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STATE OF CALIFORNIA - HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY

FACILITY EVALUATION REPORT (Cont)
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
COMMUNITY CARE LICENSING DIVISION
CCLD Regional Office, 1605 EAST PALMDALE BLV, STE A
PALMDALE, CA 93550
FACILITY NAME: REECE FAMILY CHID CARE
FACILITY NUMBER: 364841959
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Requirements for fingerprint clearances and associations were discussed with the licensee.
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: US Department of Justice (USDOJ) toll-free ADA Information Line at (800) 514-0301 (voice)/ (800) 514-0383 (TTY) and link to publication: Commonly Asked Questions about Child Care Centers and the ADA, available at: http://www.ada.gov/childqanda.htm

Per licensee there are no children who are taking medication or require IMS.

Licensee was advised that the Notice of Site Visit must be posted at the entrance of the facility for a period of 30 days. If a serious violation is cited, a copy of the licensing report (LIC809 or LIC9099) must also be posted for 30 days. If these requirements are not met, civil penalties in the amount of $100 per violation will be assessed. Copies of the reports must also be provided to each parent when a serious deficiency, Type A, is cited (LIC9224).


The On Duty Worker is available for questions at 661-789-6944 Monday through Friday 8am-5pm. LPA provided consultation during the inspection.

No deficiencies. Exit interview conducted and a copy of report was read and provided to Licensee Rasiene Reece on this date.

SUPERVISOR'S NAME: Carissa BellTELEPHONE: (661) 789-6953
LICENSING EVALUATOR NAME: Linda Thompson-MillerTELEPHONE: (661) 568-8186
LICENSING EVALUATOR SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/04/2019
I acknowledge receipt of this form and understand my licensing appeal rights as explained and received.
FACILITY REPRESENTATIVE SIGNATURE:

DATE: 11/04/2019
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