Description: Anna's Bananas Child Care is a Licensed Family Child Care in Cumberland WI, with a maximum capacity of 8 children. The home-based daycare service helps with children in the age range of 0 Week(s) - 14 Year(s). The provider does not participate in a subsidized child care program.
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|Violation Date||Rule Number||Rule Summary|
|2019-07-24||250.07(6)(L)1.||Health Exam - Child Under Age 2|
|Description: Each child under 2 years of age shall have an initial health examination not more than 6 months prior to nor later than 3 months after being admitted to the center, and a follow-up examination at least once every 6 months thereafter. Child #4 does not have documentation of a follow-up exam within the past 6 months.|
|2018-08-08||250.07(3)(e)||Trampolines & Inflatable Bounce Surfaces|
|Description: Provider had a small indoor trampoline in the day care area that was accessible to and being used by kids. Rule states that trampolines on the premises shall not be in areas accessible to children and may not be used by the children in care.|
|2018-08-08||250.07(6)(L)2.||Health Exam - Child Age Over Age 2|
|Description: Each child 2 years of age or older shall have an initial health examination not more than one year prior to nor later than 3 months after being admitted to the center, and a follow-up health examination at least once every 2 years thereafter. Child record #5 did not have documentation of a follow-up health examination at least every 2 years. The last dated exam on file for Child #5 is 3/4/2016.|
|2018-01-05||250.04(5)(c)||Staff File - Caregiver Background Check Results|
|Description: Contrary to s. 48.685(3)(bm) Wis. Stats., Employee B did not have caregiver background check results from the Dept. of Justice or Dept. of Health Services that had been updated within the past 12 months. Caregiver background checks must be completed annually. Provider indicated this person is no longer employed at the center, but records show she worked through 12/22/17. The annual background check was due for this employee on 8/22/17.|
|2018-01-05||250.04(5)(g)||Staff File - Entry-Level Training Requirements|
|Description: Employees B & C, who have been used to meet staff to child ratios and have worked at the center for over 240 hours, had no documentation of having completed the entry level training requirements of a child care provider.|
|2018-01-05||250.04(5)(k)||Staff File - Registry Certificate|
|Description: Employees B & C used to meet staff to child ratios worked at the center over 240 hours and did not have a registry certificate as required by rule.|
|2018-01-05||250.05(1)(b)1.a.||Provider Entry-Level Training - Early Childhood|
|Description: Employees B & C used to meet staff-to-child ratios worked at the center for over 240 hours and did not have documentation of having satisfactorily completed 3 credits of broad-based early childhood training or a non-credit course in caring for children approved by the department.|
|2018-01-05||250.05(1)(b)1.b.||Provider Entry-Level Training - Business|
|Description: Employees B & C used to meet staff-to-child ratios worked at the center for over 240 hours and did not have documentation of having satisfactorily completed a non-credit course in operating a child care business approved by the Department or it's equivalent.|
|2018-01-05||250.05(1)(b)6.||Provider Training - Infant & Toddler Care|
|Description: Employees B & C used to meet staff to child ratios worked at the center for over 240 hours and did not have documentation of having completed at least 10 hours of Department approved training in the care of infants and toddlers.|
|2018-01-05||250.05(3)(e)||Supervision Provided By Trained Individuals|
|Description: Per rule, at least one provider who has completed the entry level training shall supervise children at all times. Contrary to this rule, children are not being supervised by a provider who has completed the required training. The Licensee has been regularly using employees since July of 2017 who have not met the entry level training requirements.|
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