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|Violation Date||Rule Number||Rule Summary|
|2019-11-06||251.07(2)(e)1.||Prohibited Actions - Corporal Punishment|
|Description: On October 30, 2019 the center self-reported that a staff member had swatted a child's hand away from food at lunch time.|
|2019-08-16||251.04(3)(a)||Report - Incident Or Accident|
|Description: Based on complaint investigation and related staff interviews, a child's shoulder was dislocated on 01/02/19 and again on 08/08/19 which resulted in professional medical treatment being required. Neither of these incidents were reported to the Department until after direction was given to do so on 08/16/19.|
|2018-10-01||251.05(4)(e)1.||Naptime - Staff-To-Child Ratio Supervision|
|Description: Based on observation of classrooms during naptime, one child care worker was not within sight or sound of a group of 8 sleeping 2-3 year olds when the staff member closed the classroom door when she left the room to answer the front door.|
|2018-10-01||251.06(4)(d)||Exits & Passageways - Unobstructed, Minimum Width|
|Description: Based on observation of the infant room, the evacuation door for the nap room was blocked by a bouncy seat/swing. It was noted by office staff that this teacher has been reminded of this concern previously. This was corrected during the site visit.|
|2018-10-01||251.09(2)(bm)||Infant & Toddler - Sleep Position|
|Description: Based on observation of the infant room, specifically in the back nap room, a 7-month-old child was sleeping on his stomach with a blanket tucked underneath him. It was noted by office staff that this teacher has been reminded of this concern previously.|
|2016-10-21||251.04(3)(h)||Report - Change In Room Usage|
|Description: The department did not receive written notice at least 20 working days prior to the change of rooms at the center. Changes in room usage shall be approved by the department prior to the change.|
|2016-10-21||251.07(4)(c)||Naps Or Rest Periods - Sleeping Surfaces, Placement|
|Description: Two infants were sleeping in the swings upon arrival. Infants were moved to their cribs by staff.|
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