|On this date, Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) Kathy Pacheco conducted an unannounced annual/random inspection. LPA met with Licensee, Concepcion McPhetridge, who provided a tour of the home, inside and outside, as shown on the facility sketch. There were no "bodies of water" in this facility. Firearms and ammunition were properly stored. Poisons, cleaning compounds, medications and other hazardous items were inaccessible to children. The fireplace is not in use during day care hours. The fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and carbon monoxide indicator met Community Care Licensing (CCL) regulations. The home was kept clean and orderly, with heating and ventilation for safety and comfort. The stairs were barricaded with children under five years old present. Safe toys and play equipment were observed. There was one small dog at the home that does not have access to the day care children. Licensee understands the liability of pets around day care children and accepts responsibilities of any action taken by pets. Licensee had a working telephone and the above telephone number was verified. Adequate supervision was being provided during this inspection. Outdoor play areas were fenced or supervised by the Licensee or care giver. Capacity as specified on the license was being maintained. Children’s records contained all emergency information specified by regulation. There were no excluded individuals present at this home. All adults who reside or work in the home had a criminal record clearance or exemption as indicated on LIS 531 – Facility Personnel Report Summary. The Licensee and other personnel as specified completed training on preventative health practices including pediatric CPR and first aid; Expires: 8/18/20. Licensee provided proof of required Mandated Reporter Training; Completed: 8/10/18. |
Incidental Medical Services (IMS) policy was discussed. Licensee was aware that an IMS plan is required to be submitted to the Licensing office if they provide any of these services.
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