Description: CHRISTINA'S CHILDCARE is a CHILD CARE SMALL GROUP HOME in TUCSON AZ, with a maximum capacity of 10 children. The home-based daycare service helps with children in the age range of Infant; Ones; School-Age. The provider does not participate in a subsidized child care program.
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|Survey Date||Date Corrected||Rule/Statute||Title|
|Findings: Surveyor 2 observed a boppy type pillow on the bottom of an infant activity center. The Provider explained that a child's mother wanted it to be used to cushion their child's feet when they are in the activity center. During the inspection, the pillow was removed from the children's activity room and placed in an unlicensed area of the Group Home that is inaccessible to children. The Provider returned the pillow to the parent when they picked up their child from the Group Home later that same day.|
|Findings: Surveyor 2 noted an that there was an uncovered electrical outlet in the children's activity room where 3 children younger than five years of age were present and being cared for.|
|Findings: Surveyor 1 reviewed five Emergency, Information, and Immunization Records and noted the following: -Child 1 's card did not list a contact number for their health care provider; -Child 2 's card did not list their date of enrollment, their health care provider and contact number nor the name of the individual to be contacted in case of injury or sudden illness; -Child 3 's did not list their nor their parent's home address and listed 911 as their second emergency contact.|
|Findings: Child 4 was present at the group home but did not have complete written feeding instructions from their parents.|
|Findings: The expiration date listed on the tags on each of the fire extinguishers in the group home was 8/2020. The Provider reported that they had not been serviced since then.|
|Findings: Surveyor 2 observed a bottle of bleach in the bathroom that was accessible to children.|
|Findings: Surveyor 2 reviewed the diaper changing log and noted that there were not logs for every day of March, 2021. The Provider reported that the log had not been maintained each day that children requiring diaper changes had been present in March.|
|Findings: Upon review of the group home's first aid kit, Surveyor 1 noted that the kit was lacking sterile gauze rolls.|
|2020-05-12||2020-05-19||Article 4||A.R.S. 36-897.03.B.1-3|
|Findings: Upon review of the group home's personnel records, Surveyor 1 noted that the file of Resident 1 lacked a Criminal History Affidavit.The Provider reported that Resident 1 had not yet completed an affidavit.|
|Findings: During the review of staff and resident files, the Team Leader noted the following: -Resident 1's Fingerprint Clearance Card expired on 11/2/2018 and as of 2/19/2019, they had not submitted a renewal application; -As of 2/19/2019, Resident 2, who turned 18 years in 2017, had not applied for a Fingerprint Clearance Card.|
|Findings: During the review of staff files, the Team Leader noted that Staff 1's file, (start date: 11/10/2015), did not have documentation for any of the 12 hours of required annual training from 11/10/2017-11/10/2018.|
|Findings: During the review of enrolled children's Emergency, Information, and Immunization Records, Surveyor 1 noted the following: -the cards for Child 1, Child 2, Child 3, Child 4 and Child 5 did not list the name of the individual to be contacted in case of injury or sudden illness of the child; -the cards for Child 2 and Child 5 did not list their date of enrollment.|
|Findings: During the review of sign in/out records, Surveyor 1 noted that Child 6 was not signed in on 2/19/2019.|
|Findings: Upon entering the home, a child was sleeping in a crib located down the hall from the area where the rest of the children were napping. The child was not able to be seen or heard. There was no monitor in the room. Therefore, the child was not being supervised. Definition of Supervision for a child who is asleep: knowledge of and accountability for the actions and whereabouts of the child, including the ability to see or hear the child at all times and to respond to the child.|
|Findings: The Team Leader observed that the mattress in an occupied crib, was not covered with a tight, fitted sheet, leaving one end of the mattress exposed.|
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