Description: Albo, Mileddy is a Registered Family Child Care Home in Lexington Park MD, with a maximum capacity of 8 children. The home-based daycare service helps with children in the age range of 0-23 Months, 2 years, 3 years, 4 years, 5 years, 5 years to 12 years. The provider does not participate in a subsidized child care program.
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|Findings: The provider completed 3 hours of continued training during the 2018-2019 training year. She has since completed 9 more hours of training which completes last year's continued training requirements. She must now submit 12 hours of continued training by 1/31/2020. Forward copies of the training certificates to the licensing specialist once completed.|
|Findings: The safety clips on the hot tub cover need to be replaced as the clips on the cover have one broken side and do not latch properly into the locking mechanism.|
|Findings: The emergency cards for RJ and CM need to be updated. Please have their parents update the information if needed then initial and date at the bottom of the form.|
|Findings: The provider has not maintained an updated fire and disaster drill record. The provider shall conduct monthly fire drills and two emergency disaster drills per year then document them accordingly.|
|Findings: There are 3 children who need proof their families received or were told how to obtain the consumer pamphlet.|
|Findings: CM needs documentation of her 4th DTAP and 4th Hib vaccinations. Please have her parent obtain the documentation from the physician and add to her file.|
|Findings: The complaint alleges a substitute unknown to the Office of Child Care was supervising the child care children all day on February 22nd. This person has not completed the appropriate background checks and should not be left alone with unrelated children in care. The provider did have a child in care's mother supervise the child care children on Friday, February 22nd, while her family was out of town. The provider was cited previously at her mandatory inspection on December 12th when she left the children with an aunt of a child in care due to an urgent medical appointment. The child's mother did the fingerprinting on February 21st (receipt was observed) and completed the release form. However, the release form was not sent to the licensing specialist to be cleared and the substitute form was not completed nor received by the licensing specialist. In order to approve a substitute, the notarized release form and substitute form must be received. Once the substitute is cleared for use, the licensing specialist will notify the provider. The substitute cannot be utilized until he/she is approved by this office.|
|Findings: The complaint alleges that a mother of one of the children in care substituted for the provider on February 22nd from 6:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. during the provider's absence. The Office of Child Care does not have any record of substitute AW. The provider currently has one approved substitute who is her spouse. The family was out of town on February 22nd and had a mother of a child in care substitute on that day. The provider currently has 3 substitutes in the process of approval; none of which have completed the process nor been approved to supervise children. WV needs the release form completed. She has completed the criminal background checks and a substitute form was completed today as she was on site with the provider. ZV needs to complete the notarized release form as well as the criminal background check if the provider wishes to still have her as a substitute. The most current potential substitute, AW, did complete the criminal background check on February 21st. Her notarized release form and substitute form were received on site. The provider is reminded she must not allow any person to supervise the children unless approved to do so by this office.|
|Findings: The emergency cards for four children need to be updated. Please have their parents update the information if needed, then initial and date at the bottom of the form. Please ensure emergency cards are updated at least once per year.|
|Findings: The provider used a substitute who has not been approved by the licensing specialist to supervise the children. The substitute is the aunt of one of the children in care. She has completed a criminal background check for another agency as she works with disabled children. The provider must have the person complete a background check, notarized release of information form, and substitute form to begin the process of adding the substitute to her registration. She did complete the substitute form at the time of the inspection. The provider is reminded that until a substitute is approved by the office, the person must not be left alone with the child care children.|
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