|) Licensing Program Analyst, Joelle Redding, made an unannounced visit for the purpose of a random annual inspection. . During this visit there were 14 infants children with four staff as follows: Four infant with one teacher in the infant section of the room and 10 toddlers with two teachers and an Aide in the toddler portion of the room. Facility is within ratio and capacity.|
The furniture and toys, both inside and out, are safe, age-appropriate and in good repair. Both rooms have adequate heating, lighting and ventilation, are clean and orderly, and are free of hazards. Infant changing tables have padded washable vinyl at least one inch thick with sides raised at least 3 inches, per regulation and are within arm’s reach of a sink. All storage containers and trashes have tight fitting covers are in good repair. Food service area consists of a kitchen which is clean and free of hazards, with food stored in covered containers at 45 degrees or less and the menu is posted. Bottles are dated and labeled. All hazardous items are stored where they are inaccessible to children. There are no bodies of water, firearms or ammunition on the property. The outdoor play area is fenced, has sufficient cushioning and adequate shade and is separate from other programs. The carbon monoxide detector is operational. There is no evidence of rodent or insect activity. There is at least one staff present with a current CPR and First Aid certification. Sign in/out sheets were reviewed. Infant Needs and Services Plans were on file. Those had been sent home with parents for updating. LPA reviewed a sample of personnel records for qualifications and a sample of children's records for emergency information. Shaken Baby Syndrome, SIDS and Incidental Medical Services were discussed. No services are in place at this time. No deficiencies are cited.
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