Brooks, Janet - Rosedale NY Group Family Day Care

137-06 249 Street, Rosedale NY 11422
(516) 589-5968
1 Review

About the Provider

Description: Brooks, Janet is a Group Family Day Care in Rosedale NY, with a maximum capacity of 16 children. The home-based daycare service helps with children in the age range of Total Capacity: 12 children, ages 6 weeks to 12 years AND 4 additional school-aged children �(there must be one caregiver for every two children under the age of two years in attendance). The provider does not participate in a subsidized child care program.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: 773905
  • Capacity: 16
  • Age Range: Total Capacity: 12 children, ages 6 weeks to 12 years AND 4 additional school-aged children �(there must be one caregiver for every two children under the age of two years in attendance)
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: No
  • Schools Served: Valley Str Hemp 30 School District
  • Current License Issue Date: Jun 01, 2018
  • District Office: New York City Dept. of Health - Regional Office
  • District Office Phone: (718) 553-3981 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Date Regulation Status
2019-05-17 416.11(h)(1)(i) Corrected
Brief Description: Must obtain written consent at the time of admission from the parent which authorizes the provider or other caregivers to obtain emergency health care for the child
2019-05-17 416.15(c)(4) Corrected
Brief Description: Maintain on file the names and addresses of persons authorized to take the child(ren) from the group family day care home
2019-04-11 416.4(b)(2) Corrected
Brief Description: When conducting evacuation drills, the exit route must be varied to ensure that all approved means of egress are practiced. If one of the exit routes leads to a window or fire escape, the drill must include taking the children to the window or fire escape and explaining what would be expected of them should an actual fire occur that requires they use this exit route. Exiting through the window or on to the fire escape during a drill is not required.
2019-04-11 416.4(h)(1) Corrected
Brief Description: Care can only be provided on floors with two means of egress. When care is provided on the first floor, and the second floor is without a second means of egress, the second floor may only be used for bathroom purposes provided that there is a window on the second floor that has the minimum net clear opening height dimension of at least 24 inches and a minimum net clear opening width dimension of at least 24 inches, and an adequate size through which all children and adults can be evacuated or a window that complies with the Fire and Building Code of New York State, or other applicable code if the Fire and Building Code of New York State is not applicable in that jurisdiction, as a means of egress.
2019-04-11 416.5(b)(4) Corrected
Brief Description: Each program must hold two shelter-in-place drills annually during which procedures and supplies are reviewed. Parents must be made aware of this drill in advance
2019-04-11 416.5(b)(5) Corrected
Brief Description: The licensee must maintain on file a record of each shelter-in-place drill conducted, using forms provided by the Office or approved equivalents
2019-04-11 416.8(p)(2) Corrected
Brief Description: Each group family day care home shall establish written rules and policies as are necessary to provide for monitoring and control of visitors to protect the health, safety and welfare of children in care.
2019-04-11 416.11(a)(1) Corrected
Brief Description: Other than children who are enrolled in kindergarten or a higher grade, no child may be accepted for care in a child care program unless the program has been furnished with a written statement signed by a health care provider verifying that the child is able to participate in child day care and currently appears to be free from contagious or communicable diseases. A child's medical statement must have been completed within the 12 months preceding the date of enrollment.
2019-04-11 416.11(h)(1)(i) Corrected
Brief Description: Must obtain written consent at the time of admission from the parent which authorizes the provider or other caregivers to obtain emergency health care for the child
2019-04-11 416.15(c)(4) Corrected
Brief Description: Maintain on file the names and addresses of persons authorized to take the child(ren) from the group family day care home
2019-04-11 416.15(c)(5) Corrected
Brief Description: Maintain on file the daily attendance records that are filled out at the time a child arrives and departs, and must include arrival and departure times
2019-04-11 416.15(c)(13) Corrected
Brief Description: Must have on file a daily schedule documenting the arrival and departure times of each caregiver, employees and volunteers
2018-10-26 416.3(n) Corrected
Brief Description: Adequate and safe water supply and sewage facilities must be provided and must comply with State and local laws. Hot and cold running water must be available and accessible at all times.
2018-06-15 416.4(b)(1) Corrected
Brief Description: Evacuation drills must be conducted at least monthly during the hours of operation of the group family day care home.
2018-06-15 416.8(a) Corrected
Brief Description: Children cannot be left without competent supervision at any time. Competent supervision includes awareness of and responsibility for the ongoing activity of each child. It requires that all children be within a caregiver's range of vision except as provided in section 416.8(b) of this Part and that the caregiver be near enough to respond when redirection or intervention strategies are needed. Competent supervision must take into account the child's age, emotional, physical and cognitive development.

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Reviews

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Annoyed Neighbors Jan 23, 2020

This facility does not care about how inconvenient their business is to the surrounding homes. I live on the block and EVERY SINGLE DAY cars are double parking in front of our house, blocking our driveway and leaving cars running idle in the middle of the street polluting the air. Myself, my family and the surrounding residents are constantly having to wait for parents to leave with their kids because we can't get past their cars and into our driveways. My driveway is an active driveway with family members coming and going at all hours and my wife and children should not have to wait in the car honking their horn over and over because someone couldn't be considerate enough to find a LEGAL parking spot. I am tired of having to ask people to move their cars just so I can go into my home. This is a residential street, not a pick up/drop off zone. Find another way to have people pick up their kids instead of blocking neighbors driveways.

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