|Reviewed the information regarding Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and SUIDS and back to sleep. The handout "A Child Care Provider's Guide to Safe Sleep was discussed and provided. The Licensee is reminded of the following: Due to health & safety, Infants cannot sleep in highchairs, baby swings, beds, sofas and/or car seats. Infants must always sleep in appropriate accommodations that do not pose a safety risk. Baby bouncers, baby rockers, baby jumpers, baby walkers and baby saucers are prohibited in the day care. Reviewed the criminal record transfer requests, mandated reporting requirements (AB 1207, incident reporting, fire/disaster drills and logs, child roster, the crib standards, child passenger safety law, immunization's, child's records, and the forms/records to keep at the facility. Discussed the ratio and capacity. The Licensee is reminded that smoking is prohibited in the day care. The Licensee is reminded that upon moving and/or changing the phone number, the Licensee must contact the licensing agency immediately. The Licensee has not maintained the disaster/fire drills. The Licensee has maintained the child roster. The forms and regulations can be obtained online at website: http://ccld.ca.gov. All the required documents are posted. LPA verified the Licensees immunization records.|
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.
The following deficiency has been cited today. An exit interview was conducted and a copy of the report, appeal rights and the Notice of Site Visit was provided to the Licensee. LPA observed the Licensee post the Notice of Site Visit in a prominent place. Licensee states it is understood that this notice must be posted for 30 days.