Bright Horizons Childcare - Indianapolis IN Unlicensed Registered Ministry

4101 East 38th Street, Indianapolis IN 46218
(317) 602-7477

About the Provider

Description: We offer Electronic Systems for Parental Communication and Daily Activities, Secured Access, Lesson Plans Based off the Indiana Foundations for Children. Parents love getting up-to-date information with LifeCubby free phone app, including photos, lesson plans, daily sheets, newsletters and more. Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snack included with no cost to parents.

Additional Information: PTQ 1; PTQ 3; PTQ 3;

Program and Licensing Details

  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: No
  • Current License Issue Date: Jan 01, 2019
  • Current License Expiration Date: Sep 30, 2020
  • District Office: Indiana Family and Social Services Administration - Bureau of Child Care
  • District Office Phone: 1-877-511-1144 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

Location Map

Inspection/Report History

Where possible, ChildcareCenter provides inspection reports as a service to families. This information is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed. We encourage families to contact the daycare provider directly with any questions or concerns, as the provider may have already addressed some or all issues. Reports can also be verified with your local daycare licensing office.

Inspection Type/Date Action needed to correct issue Date Resolved
2/4/2019
1970-01-01
Cares for not more that sixteen (16) children at a facility where the provider operates a child care program. 2019-02-04
Type of correction needed: IC 12-17.2-3.5.5(c)
A provider that cares for more than sixteen (16) children at a facility where the provider operates a child care program shall maintain the same group sizes as specified in the group size requirements; that apply to a child care center under IC 12-17.2-4
2/4/2019
1970-01-01
Handwashing. Adults and children shall wash their hands after using the toilet and before eating 2019-04-09
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-6(b)
Water at handwashing sink in the restroom used by the 1/2 year olds is 148.2 degrees F.Water at handwashing sink in the Infant Room is reading 145.9 degrees F (Water temperature should read between 100-120 degrees F.)
2/4/2019
1970-01-01
Storage. Containers and packages of food, cleaned and sanitized utensils, equipment, and single-service articles shall be stored at least six (6) inches above the floor in a clean, dry location in such a way that protects them from contamination, cleaning compounds, and toxic or hazardous materials. This does not apply to cased food packaged in waterproof containers 2019-02-04
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-5(f)
Food stored in sour cream container and covered with clear wrap not labeled or dated.
2/4/2019
1970-01-01
Two and a half pound or greater ABC multiple purpose fire extinguisher on each floor and in kitchen with valid expiration date. 2019-02-04
Type of correction needed: IC 12-17.2-3.5-10(b)(3)
Two and a half pound or greater ABC multiple purpose fire extinguisher on each floor and in kitchen with valid expiration date.
2/4/2019
1970-01-01
Sanitation Standards 2019-02-09
Type of correction needed: IC 12-17.2-3.5-5.5(b)
Sanitation Standards
2/4/2019
1970-01-01
A provider shall provide for a safe environment by ensuring that no conditions exist in or on the grounds of the facility where a provider operates a child care program that would endanger the health, safety, or welfare of the children, including ensuring that the following items are placed in areas that are inaccessible to children in the providers care: Fire arms, ammunition and other weapons Location __________ Poisons, chemicals, bleach cleaning materials and Medications Location __________. 2019-02-04
Type of correction needed: IC 12-17.2-3.5-11(a)
A provider shall provide for a safe environment by ensuring that no conditions exist in or on the grounds of the facility where a provider operates a child care program that would endanger the health, safety, or welfare of the children, including ensuring that the following items are placed in areas that are inaccessible to children in the providers care: Poisons, chemicals, and cleaning materials
2/4/2019
1970-01-01
immersion for at least one (1) minute in clean water which is at a temperature of at least 75 F. and which contains an approved sanitizing agent at an effective concentration. Cleaned and sanitized equipment and utensils shall always be air dried, never towel dried. An alternative to dishwashing is the use of sturdy, all disposable, single-service articles and utensils. Reuse of single-service articles and utensils is prohibited. All permanent ware infant feeding bottles and reusable nipples provided by the facility shall be washed and sanitized by the facility after each use as follows: Prewash in hot detergent water in a nonhandwashing sink; scrub bottles and nipples inside and out with bottle and nipple brush; squeeze water through nipple hole during washing; and rinse well with clean, hot water. Boil in clear water bottles for five (5) minutes; nipples and caps, collars, and tongs for three (3) minutes; and air dry. Store each item separately in clean, covered, labeled container 2019-02-05
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-5(e)(2)
2 bottles stored in fridge in Infant Room not covered, labeled or dated.1 cup stored in fridge in Infant Room not covered, labeled, or dated.
10/17/2018
1970-01-01
Each child has age appropriate immunizations including Varicella and Pneumococcal vaccines. Documentation includes:-Attendance records of all children in attendance.-Immunization records for each child (includes month, day and year given for each immunization and childs birth date. or A medical exempt statement from a physician OR a religious belief exemption statement from the parent. 2018-11-17
Type of correction needed: IC 12-17.2-3.5-11.1
Each child has age appropriate immunizations including Varicella and Pneumococcal vaccines. Documentation includes: -Attendance records of all children in attendance. Immunization records for each child (includes month, day and year given for each immunization and childs birth date).
10/17/2018
1970-01-01
Discarding or reconditioning of unsafe, misbranded, adulterated or contaminated food 2018-10-17
Type of correction needed: 410 IAC 7-24-141
3 bags of baby carrots stored in lower drawer the kitchen fridge with best by date 8/10/2018.
10/17/2018
1970-01-01
Each childcare provider shall have annual certification in Child and Infant CPR. Each childcare provider shall have current certification in First Aid. 2018-11-01
Type of correction needed: IC 12-17.2-3.5-8
Each childcare provider, employee, or volunteer, caregiver shall have current certification in First Aid.

If you are a provider and you believe any information is incorrect, please contact us. We will research your concern and make corrections accordingly.

Reviews

Be the first to review this childcare provider. Write a review about Bright Horizons Childcare. Let other families know what’s great, or what could be improved. Please read our brief review guidelines to make your review as helpful as possible.

Review Policy:
ChildcareCenter.us does not actively screen or monitor user reviews, nor do we verify or edit content. Reviews reflect only the opinion of the writer. We ask that users follow our review guidelines. If you see a review that does not reflect these guidelines, you can email us. We will assess the review and decide the appropriate next step. Please note – we will not remove a review simply because it is negative. Providers are welcome to respond to parental reviews, however we ask that they identify themselves as the provider.

Providers in ZIP Code 46218