Description: Children are naturally curious, and we embrace that in every child. Through hands-on, sensory-oriented, active learning by exploration and creativity. Experts all agree that children learn best when they are actively engaged and challenged through fun child-centered learning activities.
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|Inspection Date||Code||Date of Deficiency||Abatement Date||Status|
|Type: Failure to provide proof of insurance with reasonable coverage amounts and required coverages|
|Type: Failure to obtain a current, valid and notarized building use agreement with required documentation|
|Type: Failure to obtain a Fire Inspection Certificate from FEMS.|
|Type: Failure to maintain and upon request provide to OSSE current records and information related to enrolled children.|
|Type: Failure to establish mandatory drug and alcohol testing policies and procedures.|
|Type: General Health and Safety - Failure of a Licensee to perform fire drills, at least monthly, with a written log of the fire drills maintained at the Child Development Facility|
|Type: General Health and Safety - For every twenty-five (25) children, a Licensee shall maintain a first aid kit that includes, but is not limited to the following supplies: (a) A current edition of the first aid text published by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Red Cross, or an equivalent community first aid guide; (b) Telephone number(s) of the local Poison Control Center; (c) One (1) roll of one-half inch (½ in.) non-allergenic adhesive tape; (d) One (1) roll of two-inch (2 in.) gauze roller bandage; (e) Ten (10) individually wrapped sterile gauze squares in assorted sizes; (f) Twenty-five (25) adhesive compresses, such as Band-Aids, in assorted sizes; (g) Three (3) clean cotton towels or sheeting pieces, approximately twenty- four by thirty-six inches (24 in. x 36 in.) each; (h) One (1) pair of scissors; (i) Safety pins in assorted sizes; (j) One (1) working flashlight; (k) One (1) non-mercury, non-glass thermometer; (l) One (1) measuring tablespoon or dosing spoon; (m) One (1) pair of tweezers; (n|
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