Description: DO DROP IN CHILD CARE is a CHILD CARE SMALL GROUP HOME in PHOENIX 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: After a review of 9 children's Emergency, Information and Immunization Record cards, it was determined the following were lacking: Child 1: the name of the individual to call first in case of sudden illness/injury; backside parent signature. Child 2: lacked a Emergency, Information and Immunization Record card on site at the time of the inspection. Child 3: child's health care provider's phone number. Child 4: child's health care provider's phone number. Child 5: Father/guardian's information; date of enrollment.|
|Findings: After a review of 9 children's Record cards, it was determined the following were lacking immunization records: Child 6 Child 7|
|Findings: After a review of the children's attendance records, it was determined the following were lacking: Child 1: present and no time of arrival or signature on 5/30/2018. Child 4: present and no time of arrival or signature on 5/30/2018. Child 8: no time of arrival or signature on 5/16/2018; not time of departure or signature on 5/16/2018. Child 9: no time of arrival or signature on 5/16/2018; not time of departure or signature on 5/16/2018.|
|Findings: Upon arrival at the small group home, Child 1 was observed sleeping on their stomach on a blanket that was placed on the floor. A staff member picked up Child 1 and placed them in a crib on their stomach. The staff member did not place Child 1 in the crib on their back, as required.|
|Findings: In the backyard play area, there was a wading pool observed on the Astroturf in the middle of the play area. The Certificate Holder stated the enrolled children used the wading pool yesterday.|
|Findings: The soiled diaper container in the bathroom lacked a tight fitting lid.|
|Findings: Upon arrival at the Small Group Home at 8:08 am, the surveyor could hear children in the garage and in the front room of the house. After ringing the doorbell Resident 1 answered the door. Resident stated the Certificate Holder/Provider was not present in the home and the small group home was not operating. The surveyor inquired about the children in the home; Resident 1 stated the 3 children present were related to the provider. The surveyor completed the compliance evaluation and entrance letter then handed the paperwork and business card to Resident 1, as they only opened the door wide enough to take the paperwork. The surveyor was not able to see inside the home. The Department was not allowed immediate access to the certified small group home during their hours of operation.|
|Findings: The surveyor arrived at the home at 8:08 am and was told by Resident 1 the home was not operating. Later that day, during a phone call with the Certificate Holder/Provider, they stated the first children do not arrive until after 9:00 am. The Certificate hold did not notify The Department of their change in hours of operation.|
|2018-04-26||2018-05-11||Article 4||A.R.S. 36-897.05.A-B|
|Findings: Upon arriving at the small group home at 8:08 am, the surveyor could hear children inside the garage and in the front room of the house. After ringing the doorbell, Resident 1 answered the door and stated the Certificate Holder/Provider was not home and the home was not operating. The surveyor asked if there were children in the home, and Resident 1 stated there were 3 children in the home and they were all related to the provider. Resident 1 did not allow the surveyor into the home during the hours of operation.|
|Findings: Upon arrival at the Small Group Home at 1:15 pm, the Surveyor knocked on the edge of the wood door frame several times and then knocked on the locked security door two times. After no one came to the door, the Surveyor walked to the gate on the north side of the garage to listen for children playing in the backyard. The Surveyor returned to the front of the house and knocked on the front window of the home, again no one answered the door. Prior to leaving the residence at 1:27 pm, the Surveyor left their business card on the locked security door. The Surveyor returned to the vehicle and completed the electronic forms (Checklist, Entrance Letter, and Compliance Evaluation) and emailed each one to the Provider. Upon arrival at the office, the Surveyor had a hand written message and a voicemail from the provider. The Surveyor spoke to the Provider on 3/16/18 who stated they were at the home with 1 enrolled child at the time of the attempted inspection. The Provider stated they had gone upstairs and did not hear the Surveyor knocking on the door or window. The Department was not allowed immediate access, as the Small Group Home was occupied, but no one answered the door.|
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