Description: Compassion For Children Llc is a Licensed Group Child Care in West Allis WI, with a maximum capacity of 45 children. This child care center helps with children in the age range of 4 Week(s) - 14 Year(s). The provider does not participate in a subsidized child care program.
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|Violation Date||Rule Number||Rule Summary|
|2019-05-10||251.04(2)(p)||Delegation Of Administrative Authority - Submitted, Current|
|Description: Delegation of authority not submitted and current. Staff at the center were incapable of identifying person in charge at the center during time of visit|
|2019-04-02||251.04(2)(L)||Monitoring Results, Stipulations, Conditions, Exceptions Posted|
|Description: Enforcement actions issued by the Department, including a Notice of Order issued October 2, 2018, a Notice of Order and Direct Forfeiture issued October 22, 2018, a Notice of Order, Forfeiture, and Imposed Plan of Correction issued November 28, 2018, were not posted near the child care license at the time of licensing visit.|
|2019-04-02||251.04(5)(a)8.||Staff File - Days & Hours Worked|
|Description: Center failed to accurately document staff days and hours worked when used in staff-to-child ratios. A staff member present with children outside was not documented on the form. Staff documented on the form as being used for ratio was not present with the group, observed providing care for an additional class inside.|
|2019-04-02||251.04(6)(b)||Current, Accurate Daily Attendance Record|
|Description: Attendance was not current and accurate upon licensing review. Reviewing the school-age and preschool attendance forms, 22 children were listed on the attendance forms while 23 children were present in the room. A Warning Letter was issued July 7, 2017. A Notice of Order and Imposed Plan of Correction was issued November 28, 2018.|
|2019-04-02||251.05(3)(c)||Close Supervision Of Children|
|Description: Children were not within close supervision of a child care worker who was within sight and sound supervision to guide the childs behavior, activities, prevent harm and assure safety on numerous occasions during visit. Multiple children were observed in the school-age and preschool rooms without staff present. A child was observed at their cubby in the preschool room without staff present. A Warning Letter was issued July 7, 2017; a Notice of Order and Direct Forfeiture was issued October 22, 2018; a Notice of Order, Imposed Plan of Correction, and Forfeiture was issued November 28, 2018.|
|2019-04-02||251.05(3)(f)||Child Tracking Procedure|
|Description: The implemented tracking procedure failed at the time of licensing visit. The attendance sheet is the tool the center uses for tracking purposes. The attendance/tracking forms did not accurately reflect the children present in all classrooms. 13 children were present in the infant room, five (5) were accounted for on the form. At lunch time, 23 children were present in the classroom, 22 were documented on the form. Children moved between rooms and areas without being tracked. A Notice of Order and Imposed Plan of Correction was issued November 28, 2018.|
|2019-04-02||251.05(4)(f)||Mixed-Age Group - Staff-To-Child Ratio|
|Description: The staff-to-child ratio was not adjusted on a prorata basis with a mixed age group. 23 children were present with one staff member, the prorata calculated to 2.031, meaning two staff were needed.|
|2019-04-02||251.05(4)(g)||Mixed Age Group With Children Under Age 2 - Group Size|
|Description: Infants and toddlers were part of a mixed-age group during licensing visit, the group size exceeded eight (8). Upon arrival, 13 children were in the infant room, with five (5) being under the age of two.|
|2019-04-02||251.06(11)(b)5.||Outdoor Play Space - Energy-Absorbing Surfaces|
|Description: There was not at least nine inches of energy absorbing material under the yellow slides of the large climbing structure in the outdoor play space. Less than one inch was observed at the bottom of the slides, exposing compacted dirt and ground.|
|2019-04-02||251.06(2)(a)||Potential Source Of Harm On Premises|
|Description: The premise was not free from hazards or potential sources of harm at the time of licensing visit. A gap was observed between the play area gate and the ground, posing an entrapment hazard. A hole was observed in the chain link fence, with sharp metal pieces exposed. Plastic bags and loose hanging cords were accessible to children in the preschool room. A Warning Letter was issued July 7, 2017 and a Notice of Order was issued October 2, 2018.|
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