Columbia City U.m.c. Child Care Ministry - Columbia City IN Unlicensed Registered Ministry

605 North Forest Parkway, Columbia City IN 46725
(260) 244-3491

About the Provider

Description:

Here at Columbia City UMC, we are committed to serving you and your children. With a wide variety of programs, there's something for every stage in your child's life. From Childcare and Preschool to high energy Children's programming, the Columbia City UMC Children's Ministries seek to partner with you in raising your kids.

Additional Information:

PTQ Level 1;


Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: RM-26183-A
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: No
  • 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.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Inspection Type/Date Action needed to correct issue Date Resolved
CCDF Inspection
2018-01-04
A provider shall have annual intradermal tuberculosis test and result. If medical exempt there must be an annual chest x-ray or a MD statement "free of TB Symptoms". 2018-01-19
Type of correction needed: IC 12-17.2-3.5-6
Each child care provider, household member, employee, volunteer caregiver shall have an intradermal tuberculosis test & results prior to giving care.
CCDF Inspection
2018-01-04
Orientation 2018-01-04
Type of correction needed: IC 12-17.2-3.5-8(b)(4)
Orientation
CCDF Inspection
2018-01-04
Each provider shall have the following items inaccessible to children: Firearms and ammunition Location _______________________ Poisons, medication, chemicals, and cleaning materials Location _______________________ 2018-01-04
Type of correction needed: IC 12-17.2-3.5-11(a)
Each provider shall have the following items inaccessible to children: Poisons, chemicals, and cleaning materials
CCDF Inspection
2018-01-04
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. 2018-01-19
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).
Registration
2018-01-04
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 2018-01-04
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-5(e)(2)
Bottles being prepared in classrooms with only one sink
Registration
2018-01-04
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 2018-01-04
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-5(f)
Muffins & bread in freezer not labeled or dated
Registration
2018-01-04
Direct child care providers, including volunteers, shall receive training in the following within thirty (30) days of starting employment or volunteer work: Universal precautions 2018-02-02
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-1.1-33.5(b)(4)
8/10 files checked missing documentation of training
Registration
2018-01-04
All interior surfaces, equipment, materials, furnishings, and objects with which children will come in contact shall be well maintained, in a clean and sanitary condition, and of nontoxic durable construction 2018-01-04
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-4(1)
3 yr old room/ bug spray & lotion keep out of reach -in cubbie
CCDF Inspection
2018-01-04
Each provider shall have monthly documented fire drills including date/time/weather condition/name of person conducting drill/full evacuation time and maintained for previous 12 months. Date of last drill________________ 2018-01-23
Type of correction needed: IC 12-17.2-3.5-10(b)(1) and (2)
Each provider shall have monthly documented fire drills including date/time/weather condition/name of person conducting drill/full evacuation time and maintained for previous 12 months.
Registration
2018-01-04
Hygiene. A sink used exclusively for handwashing shall be located in the kitchen and supplied with soap and disposable towels from a dispenser. Persons who prepare, handle, and serve food shall thoroughly wash their hands with soap and water and use disposable towels for drying. Handwashing shall be done before starting work and as often as necessary to keep them clean. Persons who prepare and handle food shall wear clean, washable garments (aprons or smocks) and effective hair restraints. All food preparation and eating surfaces shall be sanitized before and after use 2018-01-04
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-5(g)
No apron worn

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