|Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) Bettina Engelman met with Michelle Rumery, Site Supervisor, for the purpose of an unannounced annual random inspection. Fourteen (14) infants and 5 teachers were present upon arrival.
The facility was toured inside and out for a health and safety inspection. PHYSICAL PLANT-The facility appeared orderly and suitable for children. All toxic and hazardous items were stored inaccessible to children. Outdoor activity space and equipment was in good repair. Restrooms were sanitary and in operating condition. Food storage and preparation areas were kept clean. Storage containers for solid waste had lids. Medications are stored in locked cabinets in the classroom. Drinking water was readily available inside and outside. Infant changing tables had padded surfaces and raised sides at least three inches high. Sufficient infant napping equipment was available. Indoor activity spaces for infants were physically separate from space used by older children. FACILITY ADMINISTRATION- Current CPR and first aid certification was verified. EVALUATION OF CARE AND SUPERVISION- Visual supervision was observed during the visit. Capacity and ratio and group size requirements were being met. FACILITY RECORDS REVIEW- Children’s records include Infant Needs and Services Plans and information pertaining to their authorized representative. Staff records included documentation of the educational background, training, and/or experience and immunizations to meet SB 792. The center provides breakfast, lunch and snack, and menus were posted and visible.
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