Dickerson, Lori - Lanham MD Registered Family Child Care Home

Mueserbush Court , Lanham MD 20706
(301) 801-8453

About the Provider

Description: Dickerson, Lori is a Registered Family Child Care Home in Lanham MD, with a maximum capacity of 8 children. The home-based daycare service helps with children in the age range of 0-23 Months, 2 years, 3 years, 4 years, 5 years, 5 years to 12 years. The provider does not participate in a subsidized child care program.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: 120169
  • Capacity: 8
  • Age Range: 0-23 Months, 2 years, 3 years, 4 years, 5 years, 5 years to 12 years
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: No
  • Schools Served: Kenmore Elementary
  • District Office: Region 4 - Prince George's County
  • District Office Phone: (301) 333-6940 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Date Type Regulations Status
2022-03-24 Mandatory Review 13A.15.02.03B(2) Open
Findings: On this date a Mandatory Inspection was conducted with the Provider this date. Licensing Specialist discussed the pending outstanding documentations from the Full Inspection 2021. Pending release of information for the Co-Provider and pending updated Liability Insurance as of this date. Please submit all required documentations immediately to the Office of Childcare.
2022-03-24 Mandatory Review 13A.15.03.05C(3) Open
Findings: On this date a Mandatory Inspection was conducted with the Provider. The Provider notified the Office of Childcare that she closed her daycare due because she was getting the basement remodeled and that she was taking a little trip with her husband after the Licensing Specialist made two unannounced visits to the daycare home on March 9, 2022 and March 11, 2022. Licensing Specialist received a message on March 14, 2022 from the Provider that her daycare is closed until March 21, 2022. On March 24, 2022 the Mandatory Inspection was conducted and observed evidence of the provider caring for daycare children on the first level of the daycare with no access to a bathroom on the first level of the daycare home. The only bathroom in the daycare home is located in the basement of daycare home. The basement is the primary approved level to provide care for the children in care because the children has access to the bathroom on that level. Provider immediately called the parents to pick up the children in care after speaking with the Licensing Supervisor during the Mandatory Inspection. A follow up inspection is required before children can return to care.
2022-03-24 Mandatory Review 13A.15.05.04A(3) Open
Findings: Observed evidence of electrical sockets located in the basement without a face plate coverings and not plugged or capped. The basement level was currently unfinished and under construction, however the contractor was not present at daycare home during the Mandatory Inspection.
2022-03-24 Mandatory Review 13A.15.05.04B(1) Open
Findings: Observed evidence of electrical sockets located in the basement without a face plate coverings and not plugged or capped.
2022-03-24 Mandatory Review 13A.15.05.05A Open
Findings: Observed evidence of the outdoor play space not accessible to children in care and not free from conditions that may be dangerous to the health or safety of children in care. Observed evidence of a washer and dryer, construction debris and construction tools accessible to children in care.
2022-03-24 Mandatory Review 13A.15.10.02 Open
Findings: Observed evidence of children in care during Mandatory Inspection and the unfinished basement was currently in a state of being remodeled. The contractor was not currently on site during the Mandatory Inspection this date. However after the children was picked up by their parents, the contractor returned to the daycare home and started working on the unfished basement. Licensing Specialist observed unfinished walls, unfinished ceiling, uncovered light stand in the floor, electrical cords, small and large paint can and containers, power tools with cords sitting on the floor, large and small ladders, painting poles and brushes, drop clothes for painting, saw, cutting tools, wood flooring supplies and a brooms. Pictures was taken during the Mandatory Inspection this date.
2021-02-17 Full
Findings: No Noncompliances Found
2020-02-20 Mandatory Review 13A.15.13.01B Corrected
Findings: Arrived at the daycare home, knocked and rang the doorbell for fifteen minutes. No answer. Licensing Specialist called the provider several times on telephone, no answer, still ringing the door bell and the telephone went to voicemail. Licensing Specialist was going to leave business card, but heard a baby crying from inside the daycare home. Licensing Specialist called out to the provider, call her by name, no response. Licensing Specialist called Regional Manager to report the incident. Regional Manager called the provider, left a message, no response and then called the 911. Licensing Specialist continued to ring the door bell and knock at the door and no response. Glenarden Police Officers arrived and went to knock on the door and the door was open. Both officers went inside the provider's daycare home. Two more officers arrived on the scene. The two officers that went inside called the Licensing Specialist to enter the home. Provider stated she was in the basement. The other police officers standing on the porch pressed the door bell, it was working and we could hear the doorbell inside the daycare home. Provider stated she didn't hear the door bell, knocking at the door
2020-02-20 Mandatory Review 13A.15.08.01B(3) Corrected
Findings: Provider stated that she came upstairs to get the child's bottle and the other daycare children were downstairs in the basement. At the same time the Licensing Specialist was knocking at the door and ringing the door bell. The provider
2020-02-20 Mandatory Review 13A.15.05.04A(6) Corrected
Findings: Observed evidence of areas of daycare home on the main level and the basement level cluttered with children's supplies, toys all over the floor, children's equipment not stored properly and potentially hazardous observed electrical cords, stapler, floor sweeper, and children's belongings all over the floor.
2020-02-20 Mandatory Review 13A.15.04.03C Corrected
Findings: Provider is not approved for additional adult.
2020-02-20 Mandatory Review 13A.15.04.03B Corrected
Findings: This non- compliance observed is a warning from the Office of Childcare not to provide care for no more than two children younger than 2 years old. Observed evidence of three children younger than 2 years old present in the daycare home.
2020-02-20 Mandatory Review 13A.15.03.04A(1) Corrected
Findings: Observed no evidence of emergency information for two children in care.

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