Bright Futures Child Care - Cottonwood AZ CHILD CARE CENTER

19 EAST BEECH STREET , COTTONWOOD AZ 86326
(866) 646-5200

About the Provider

Description: BRIGHT FUTURES CHILD CARE is a CHILD CARE CENTER in COTTONWOOD AZ, with a maximum capacity of 59 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.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: CDC-11892
  • Capacity: 59
  • Age Range: Infant; Ones; Twos; Three to Five; School-Age
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: No
  • Current License Issue Date: Mar 01, 2020
  • Current License Expiration Date: Feb 28, 2023
  • District Office: ADHS Division of Licensing Services
  • District Office Phone: (602) 364-2539 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Survey Date Date Corrected Rule/Statute Title
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 Article 2 R9-5-203.E.
Findings: Based on facility documentation and Surveyor 2's observations, it was determined that the files for Staff #5; Staff #6; and Staff #7 lacked documentation of the DCS Central Registry submittal information.
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 Article 3 R9-5-301.B.2.
Findings: Based on facility documentation and the Surveyors' observations, at the time of the inspection, it was determined that Staff #3 was alone in the infant's room. The file for Staff #3 lacked the required documentation of the educational requirements for a teacher-caregiver.
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 article 3 R9-5-306.B.1.
Findings: Based on facility documentation and Surveyor 1's observations, it was determined that the attendance roster for the 3's in the snack/lunch room did not reflect the number of children present in the room ( 13 children present, 12 children listed on the roster). * Per Allegation: On 01/16/2020, at approximately 10:30 am, Child #1 left the 3's and up classroom to follow the child's parent and exited the building. At that time, the attendance roster for the 3's and up room did not reflect the number of children present in the room (14 children present, 15 children listed on the roster).
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 article 4 R9-5-401.4.
Findings: Based on facility documentation and Surveyor 2's observations, it was determined that the file for Staff #3, who was working as a teacher-caregiver, lacked the required educational qualification for a teacher-caregiver.
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 article 4 R9-5-403.B.1.
Findings: Based on facility documentation and Surveyor 2's observations, it was determined that 1 out of 7 staff files lacked the following required information: Staff #5: had 0 of the required 18 hours of annual training for the time period of 3/12/18 through 3/12/19.
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 article 4 R9-5-404.A.
Findings: Based on Surveyor 1's observations, the staff to children ratio during the inspection was 1:14 for the three year olds on the outdoor activity area, rather than 1:13 as required. *Per Allegation: Based on staff interviews, on 01/16/2020, at approximately at 10:30 am, the staff-to-children ratios were not maintained. Child #1 left the 3's and up classroom to follow the child's parent and exited the facility. Staff to children ratios at this time was 0:1 rather than 1:13 as required.
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 Article 5 R9-5-501.A.1.
Findings: *Per Allegation: Based on staff interviews, it was determined that on 01/16/2020, at approximately 10:30 am, the health and safety of an enrolled child was placed at risk of harm when Child #1 left the 3's and up classroom alone to follow the child's parent and then exited the facility to the facility's parking lot. The child's parent then saw the child and returned the child to the classroom.
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 article 5 R9-5-501.A.12
Findings: Based on Surveyor 1's observations, in the bathroom between the dining area and the toddler's room, the laminate molding on the wall was protruding from the surface and hanging down, accessible to enrolled children.
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 Article 5 R9-5-501.C.1.
Findings: *Per Allegation: Based on staff interviews, on 01/16/2020, at approximately 10:30 am, Child #1 was not being supervised by a staff member. Child # 1 left the 3's and up classroom alone to follow the child's parent and exited the facility to the parking lot. Staff stated that Child #1 was not seen by staff exiting the room or the facility. Staff stated the parent told staff that the child followed them out of the facility when the parent returned the child to the classrooom.
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 article 5 R9-5-501.C.5.a-k.
Findings: Based on facility documentation and Surveyor 1's observations, the current dated lesson plan for the 2's and 3's was posted on a bulletin board outside of the classroom
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 article 5 R9-5-502.C.1.m.n.
Findings: Based on facility documentation, staff interview, and Surveyor 1's observations, it was determined that the infant's room and the facility's kitchen lacked current written dietary instructions for the enrolled infants. Staff stated that the dietary instructions are given to them by the parents verbally.
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 Article 5 R9-5-516.B.3.a-f.
Findings: Based on facility documentation and Surveyor 2's observations, the licensee failed to ensure that the required written authorization form to administer medication for child #2's medication was received from the child's parent.
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 Article 5 R9-5-516.G.
Findings: Based on facilty documentation and Surveyor 2's observations, the Licensee failed to return unused medications for the following enrolled children: Child #3; Child #4; Child #5; Child #6; and Child #7.
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 Article 5 R9-5-516.H.1.
Findings: Based on Surveyor 2's observations, the licensee failed to ensure that prescription and nonprescription medications are stored in a locked, leak-proof storage cabinet or container. All medications were being stored in an unlocked cabinet.
2020-01-24 2020-03-30 Article 5 R9-5-517.A.10.d.
Findings: Based on Surveyor 1's observations, the motor vehicle used to transport enrolled children lacked 1 of 2 towels or blankets, as required.

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