Description: The Childrenâ€™s Discovery Center has a sponsorship and business relationship in place, with Travel Guard. Travel Guard supports the center, with training facilities, programs for the children, etc, and also supports the centerâ€™s offer of a weekly 5% tuition discount for TG employees.
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|Violation Date||Rule Number||Rule Summary|
|2018-04-02||251.04(3)(a)||Report - Incident Or Accident|
|Description: On 03/20/2018, a child was injured while in the care of the center. The child received professional medical treatment the same day. Staff was aware the child received medical treatment the same day. The Department was not notified until 04/02/2018.|
|2018-01-09||251.04(6)(a)1.||Child Record - Enrollment Information|
|Description: Parent/guardian contact information for Child #3 was not on file.|
|2018-01-09||251.07(6)(f)1.a.||Medication Administration - Parent Authorization|
|Description: In Classroom #1, an authorization for Infant's Tylenol did not have administration instructions. An authorization for Mommy's Bliss Gripe Water had instructions to use "as needed". In Classroom #7, an authorization for Polymyin ear drops did not have dates for medication administration. In Classroom #8, authorizations for Children's Ibuprofen and Children's Tylenol were dated for one year. The medication bottles each stated not to use more than 3 days without consulting a doctor. In Classroom #9, an authorization for Calaclear lotion did not have instructions for administration.|
|2018-01-09||251.07(6)(f)1.b.||Medication Administration - Containers & Labeling|
|Description: In Classroom #1, Up & Up Infant's Acetaminophen 160mg/5ml and Orajel were not labeled with the child's name.|
|2018-01-09||251.07(6)(f)6.||Current Authorizations For Medications On Premises|
|Description: In Classroom #2, Children's Tylenol for Child 4 and Child 11 were on site without current authorizations. In Classroom #3, Children's Tylenol for Child 12 was on site without a current authorization. In Classroom #8, Children's Tylenol for Child 14 was on site without a current authorization. Buttpaste and Triple Paste for Child 16 were on site without a current authorization. In Classroom #9, Children's Benadryl was on site for Child 17 without a current authorization. A tube of Eucerin Cream and an Epi-pen for Child 18 were on site without current authorizations.|
|2018-01-09||251.07(6)(g)1.||Wiping Bodily Secretions|
|Description: A teacher in Classroom #1 wiped a child's nose and did not wash her hands after.|
|Description: Documentation of immunization history was not on file for Child #2.|
|2018-01-09||251.09(1)(c)||Infant & Toddler - Documenting Changes In Development|
|Description: Documentation of changes in development every three months for Child 2, 3, 7, 17, 18, and 19 were not on file.|
|2018-01-09||251.09(2)(bm)||Infant & Toddler - Sleep Position|
|Description: A child in the infant room was asleep in a swing when licensor arrived. No documentation of doctor's authorization stating the child could sleep in an alternate position was on file.|
|2017-07-21||251.06(9)(d)2.a.||Food Storage - Dry Food|
|Description: Cereal, noodles, and other dry food items in the kitchen pantry are not stored in air tight containers.|
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