Impact Child Development Center - Fruitland MD Licensed Child Care Center

208 Moonglow Road , Fruitland MD 21826
(410) 543-1129
2 Reviews

About the Provider

Description: It is the purpose of Impact Child Development Center to bring together concerns for Christian values, quality child care, and for excellent pre-school education in a way that will be both exciting to teach and fulfilling for children to learn.DSC05111

The primary value permeating our curriculum is that every person is valued by God. Our goal is to provide an environment where each child has opportunities to develop a sense of self-worth and his or her own unique gifts as a child of God.

Our strategy for helping your child learn is unique to your child. No child is the same and we believe that all children should get the individual attention that they deserve.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: 45362
  • Capacity: 63
  • Age Range: 6 weeks through 17 months, 18 months through 23 months, 2 years, 3 years, 4 years, 5 years, 5 years to 15 years
  • Rate Range 120-185
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • Type of Care: Daytime, Full-Time, Part-Time
  • Schools Served: Fruitland Primary
  • District Office: Region 9 - Lower Shore Office
  • District Office Phone: (410) 713-3430 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Date Type Regulations Status
2023-08-29 Full 13A.16.03.04E Corrected
Findings: Specialist observed 7 children's files that did not have their appropriate lead screening for their age.
2023-08-29 Full 13A.16.03.04G Corrected
Findings: Specialist observed 3 children's health inventory that did not have the required shots for their ages. They were missing the MMR and Varicella vaccination.
2023-08-29 Full 13A.16.05.01A(1) Corrected
Findings: Specialist observed 2 tiles in the ceiling that had brown spots. The tiles will need to be replaced. While present the pipe leading to the back of the toilet came detached from the wall causing water to run onto the floor. Pipe was repaired and the water was cleaned up during the inspection
2023-08-29 Full 13A.16.05.01A(2) Corrected
Findings: One of the drawers on a cabinet has been broken off and has not yet been repaired or replaced.
2023-08-29 Full 13A.16.10.01A(4) Corrected
Findings: The emergency escape route that is posted does not match the layout of the building.
2023-08-29 Full 13A.16.10.04A Corrected
Findings: Cabinet in the Toddler 1(Ext) room did not have a child proof lock installed. The specialist observed a bottle of Lysol Hydrogen Peroxide disinfectant spray and some Swiffer Wet floor cleaning cloths under the cabinet.
2022-08-23 Mandatory Review 13A.16.03.04C Corrected
Findings: Specialist observed 7 children's files that did not have their yearly update. The director will get the emergency cards updated and will send proof to the specialist once it's complete.
2022-08-23 Mandatory Review 13A.16.03.05B Corrected
Findings: Specialist did not observe staffing patterns in 3 classrooms.
2022-08-23 Mandatory Review 13A.16.06.12B(1) Corrected
Findings: An staff member has not yet completed her 6 hours of continued training (T.H.) She still has 2 more hours to complete.
2022-08-23 Mandatory Review 13A.16.10.04F Corrected
Findings: The specialist counted 6 electric outlets that did not have an outlet cover. Specialist also observed a socket that did not have a cover (plate) on it.
2021-08-27 Full 13A.16.08.01A(2)(a) Corrected
Findings: Specialist observed a child exit out the main area of classroom one and run to the corner of the building. Approximately 15 seconds went by before the Aide in the classroom realized that the child had ran out.
2021-08-27 Full 13A.16.09.03B(3) Corrected
Findings: Materials/toys were on a shelf that could not be accessed by the children. Materials/toys were cluttered on the shelf underneath the diapering table in away that children could not easily get to them.
2021-08-27 Full 13A.16.09.06E Corrected
Findings: Specialist observed various sizes of "extra" diapers on the top shelf in the infant room. The shelf also contained window cleaner and a bin of miscellaneous items. There is a shelf that is attached to the wall and under that shelf on the floor are more diapers, a storage bin of clothes, and an old empty diaper box which appears to have plastic bags in it.
2021-08-27 Full 13A.16.10.04A Corrected
Findings: Specialist observed a cabinet in the girls school age bathroom that was not locked. The cabinet contained comet and other cleaning supplies.
2021-08-27 Full 13A.16.10.04I(1) Corrected
Findings: The window coverings need to be replaced. The blinds in the classrooms have strings.

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Impressed Parent 2015-03-10 15:06:51

Although I am sure the experiences and emotions of the previous poster are true and valid, I want to offer another view of Impact Child Development Center. My child has been with them for a year and I am extremely happy with the attention, compassion and love they provide my child. After being dissatisfied with my initial daycare provider, I chose Impact based on numerous extremely positive recommendations from friends and coworkers. My child has developmental issues that require monitoring and attention, and the staff have been very flexible to meet these needs and are attentive to my child’s development. They have been quick to note any possible delays, worked with me for interventions and been adaptive as my child has progressed (or regressed). The director and the various teachers have – without exception – been kind and encouraging to both me and my child. What has delighted me most of all is the culture of caring they nurture. The children in my child’s group show true affection for their teachers and each other, frequently greeting each other with friendly hugs. During her time at Impact, my child is developing a strong sense of empathy, which I give a lot of credit to the staff for modeling and encouraging. I agree that Impact does provide a structured environment – one that I have found beneficial to my child’s development while also being flexible enough to allow for individual growth and exploration.

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concernedparents 2015-01-21 10:53:11

I recently had my two children at Impact Child Development Center and decided to leave after five months of being in their care. During the time that my children were there, my three year old was not allowed to show any type of imagination or what they considered "defiant behavior". For example, they asked the children to come to the table for lunch. When my child was still standing they asked why he wasn't sitting and he said "because I am not a boy, I am a digger". I was told "we just can't have that kind of behavior, or they will ALL want to be something else". The director and teacher then went down a laundry list of things they thought were “wrong” with him such that he lacks empathy (according to the Encyclopedia of Pediatrics, that is the first thing it says about a three year old), that he doesn't play well with other children (most three year olds parallel play), he wasn't able to sit still for story time, and that overall he is very immature for his age. Even though I felt that their ideas of him were unfair, I tried to work with them to come up with a plan that would allow me to work with him at home as well as be consistent at school, but it was to no avail. Instead, every day I heard, "he had a rough day". The straw that broke the camel's back was during the Christmas performance. We had worked for months on helping him learn lines and practice his songs (he LOVES to sing). The week before they told me they wanted to "modify" his performance, because he couldn't stand still during practice. They said that the older kids (his classmates) would start the program and he would come up with the younger kids. I asked if he would be singled out or made to feel different from the other kids and I was assured that he wouldn't. With much hesitation I agreed. The night of the performance we were not allowed to see him beforehand, so he didn't know we were there and we weren't able to tell him how proud we were of him. When the performance started, he sat on the teacher's lap and then he was handed off to sit on the director's lap. I was FURIOUS! So much for not singling him out! When the little kids came up to sing, the director let him get up so he moved to the front to sing his little heart out. However, that wasn't where she wanted him to be. We then watched a power struggle ensue between a grown woman and a three year old. She removed him from the stage and my son never got to sing. Other parents even asked “why did she take him off the stage?” When we returned after Christmas, we were told that the director wanted to bring in a special councilor to help him with "his behavior issues". My son is a normal three year old who is energetic, articulate, and creative. He did not fit into the preverbal box that THEY thought he should fit in to. The director is not a child psychologist as she is acting to be. The teachers for the older students are cold and act as if they don't care about either the children or the parents. It is more like a boot camp instead of a daycare.

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