Description: Head Start is a federally-funded comprehensive, quality preschool program that provides learning experiences focusing on the domains of learning. Head Start assists in the development of social competence so preschoolers will be ready for and successful in school.
Family Forum, Inc. provides Head Start services and works in partnership with families to provide a strong support network for low-income families of preschool children. Head Start provides preschool children and their families with activities that help them grow cognitively, socially, emotionally, and physically. Head Start helps all children and their families succeed.
Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities. The Head Start staff recognize that, as parents, you are the first and most important teachers of your children. We welcome your involvement in Head Start activities and will work as partners with you to help your child and family progress. If you or a family member has a special concern, you can receive help though Head Start. Head Start staff work with and support families in need of medical, nutritional, social, educational, and employment services through identifying and utilizing community resources. We will also follow up to ensure you receive the assistance needed.
Where possible, ChildcareCenter provides inspection reports as a service to families. This information is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed. We encourage families to contact the daycare provider directly with any questions or concerns, as the provider may have already addressed some or all issues. Reports can also be verified with your local daycare licensing office.
|Violation Date||Rule Number||Rule Summary|
|2019-11-07||Licensing||No violations found ***|
|2019-09-18||Licensing||No violations found ***|
|2019-03-12||251.07(6)(g)1.||Wiping Bodily Secretions|
|Description: on 03/12/2019 five children wiped their noses by themselves with tissues during the bean bag activity and none of them washed their hands before resuming the activity.|
|2018-10-08||Licensing||No violations found ***|
|2018-06-11||251.05(1)(b)||Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention Training|
|Description: Based on record review, there was no documentation on file of training in Shaken Baby Prevention Syndrome for one child care worker (staff B).|
|2018-04-23||251.07(6)(f)1.a.||Medication Administration - Parent Authorization|
|Description: Based on record review and interview, the medication authorization form at the center did not include medication administration dates or administration instructions for the medication for one child (child #1).|
|2018-02-07||Licensing||No violations found ***|
|2017-10-11||251.06(11)(b)5.||Outdoor Play Space - Energy-Absorbing Surfaces|
|Description: Based on observation and interview, loose pea gravel was not at the required depth of 9 inches under and around the slide and swings.|
|2017-08-16||251.06(11)(b)6.||Outdoor Play Space - Potential Source Of Harm|
|Description: Based on observation and interview, the outdoor play space fenced enclosure is in disrepair and presents a hazard to children in care. The back gate is unable to be closed, causing an opening of four feet two inches. Additionally, there are openings greater than four inches where this section of fence connects on the left side (as you are facing it from within). Sections between the end post and that gate are in disrepair at the bottom, resulting in several openings greater than four inches.|
|2016-12-06||251.04(8)(b)||Biennial Training - Child Abuse & Neglect|
|Description: Based on record review, the file for staff 2E did not contain documentation of current training in Child Abuse and Neglect.|
|2016-11-10||251.06(11)(b)7.||Outdoor Play Space - Enclosure|
|Description: Based on observation and interview, the fenced play space was not entirely enclosed, as required.|
If you are a provider and you believe any information is incorrect, please contact us. We will research your concern and make corrections accordingly.
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