Description: A NEIGHBORHOOD EARLY LEARNING CENTER is a CHILD CARE CENTER in TUCSON AZ, with a maximum capacity of 50 children. This child care center helps with children in the age range of Infant; Ones; Twos; Three to Five; School-Age. The provider does not participate in a subsidized child care program.
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|Survey Date||Date Corrected||Rule/Statute||Title|
|Findings: The Team Leader reviewed 5 children 's EIIR cards and observed 2 of the cards were incomplete. Child 1- the name and phone number of one emergency contact was not documented. Child 2-the date of enrollment was not documented. *Previously cited 11/30/17|
|Findings: The Team Leader reviewed the sign in and out records and found that the following records were incomplete: Child 3- The Child was not signed out on 11/4/19, and not signed in on 11/8 and 11/14/19. Child 4- The Child was not signed in on 11/14, 11/19, and 11/22/19. *Previously cited 11/30/17, 11/26/18|
|Findings: Surveyor 1 reviewed 3 staff files and observed that Staff 1, 2, and 3 had not completed any of the 18 hours of annual training for the 2018-2019 training period. Cross reference R9-5-402.A.10|
|Findings: Surveyor 1 and the Team Leader observed the following hazards on the facility premises: Two boxes of ceiling tiles, (size 48" X 24") were observed leaning against the wall lengthwise in the 1 and 2 year old room. The box posed a fall hazard to the children in the room. The Surveyor and Team Leader observed that the bathroom in the main activity area had multiple hazards. The walls in the bathroom had severe water damage and had destroyed the dry wall, paint and deteriorated the surface on the barrier between toilets. The Paint was peeling off the wall with chips observed on the ground. The metal fixtures were rusted. *Previously cited 11/30/17, 11/26/18, 3/25/19, 9/12/19|
|Findings: The Surveyor observed a vacuum, broom, sweeper and dust pan in the children's activity areas accessible to the enrolled children in the main activity area. *Previously cited 7/3/18, 11/26/18, 3/25/19, 9/12/19|
|Findings: The Team Leader observed that the lesson plan did not include Saturday activities, however the facility is open on Saturdays. Staff 1 reported that children were present on Saturday. The Preschool lesson plan was dated 11/18-11/22/19. *Previously cited 11/30/17, 3/25/19, 9/12/19|
|Findings: The Team Leader reviewed the feeding instructions for child 5. The feeding instructions were last updated 8/26/19. Child 5 was served cereal, yogurt bites, and guava on 11/26/2019. The written feeding instructions did not provide permission for the child to consume yogurt or guava. *Previously cited 11/30/17|
|Findings: The Team Leader observed the infant room and found that the diapering area did not contain mounted paper towels. The Surveyor returned to the facility on 12/4/2019 to measure the water at the diapering sinks. The infant room diapering sink water measured at 70. *Previously cited 11/30/17 and 3/25/19|
|Findings: The Surveyor observed that the licensee was providing packaged food for a fee. The lunchables served did not meet the nutritional components as required in Table 5.1, Meal Pattern Requirements for Children.|
|Findings: The Surveyor observed that the licensee does not provide milk or 100% juice to the enrolled children. The licensee was observed serving Lunchables and water to the children who did not bring their own lunch. *Previously cited 9/12/19|
|Findings: The Surveyor and Team Leader observed the bathroom in the main activity area and observed that the flooring tiles had been removed. Chipped tiles were laying on the floor. The carpets were dirty throughout the facility littered with debris, food, wrappers, and dirt. *Previously cited 11/30/17, 7/3/18, 11/26/18, 3/25/19, 9/12/19|
|Findings: The Surveyor and Team Leader observed two food waste containers with food wrappers, food debris, used cups all on the floor and overflowing from the trash cans. The food waste was not in a container with a tight fitting lid. *Previously cited 11/30/17 and 7/3/18|
|Findings: The Surveyor and Team Leader observed a green mesh material twisted and laying on the ground. The material was still partially secured to the metal poles. The mesh material posed a tripping hazard to the enrolled children. *Previously cited 11/30/17, 2/20/18, 3/25/19|
|Findings: The Surveyor measured the resilient material under and around the fall zones of the climbing equipment. The sand measured the following depths: 0" under the swings 1" under the pink slide 2" under the blue slide 1-3" under the dome climber *Previously cited 11/30/17, 11/26/18, 3/25/19|
|Findings: The Team Leader observed that the designated exit in the infant room leading to the exterior of the building was locked. *Previously cited 7/3/18, 11/26/18, 3/25/19|
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