Kids-A-Cat-A-Me - Trumann AR Child Care Center

412 Jaden Cove, Trumann AR 72472
(870) 483-0063

About the Provider

Description: Kids-A-Cat-A-Me is a Child Care Center in Trumann AR, with a maximum capacity of 49 children. This child care center helps with children in the age range of Infant/Toddler; Preschool; . The provider also participates in a subsidized child care program.

Additional Information: 1 Stars Better Beginnings;

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: 30510
  • Capacity: 49
  • Age Range: Infant/Toddler; Preschool;
  • Rate Range Infant 0 to 18 Months $20.00 per day (5 to 10 Hours)
    Infant 0 to 18 Months $25.00 per day (3 to 5 Hours)
    Infant 0 to 18 Months $25.00 per day (Less Than 3 Hours)
    Toddler 18 to 36 Months $20.00 per day (3 to 5 Hours)
    Toddler 18 to 36 Months $20.00 per day (5 to 10 Hours)
    Toddler 18 to 36 Months $20.00 per day (Less Than 3 Hours)
    Preschool 30 to 72 Months $16.00 per day (5 to 10 Hours)
    Preschool 30 to 72 Months $20.00 per day (3 to 5 Hours)
    Preschool 30 to 72 Months $20.00 per day (Less Than 3 Hours)
    School Age 60 to 156 Months $15.00 per day (3 to 5 Hours)
    School Age 60 to 156 Months $15.00 per day (5 to 10 Hours)
    School Age 60 to 156 Months $15.00 per day (Less Than 3 Hours)
  • State Rating: 1
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • District Office: 401 South College Blvd, West Memphis AR-72301
  • District Office Phone: (870) 732-5170 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)
  • Licensor: Myia Jackson (Myia.Jackson@dhs.arkansas.gov)

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Inspection/Report History

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Visit/Complaint Date Type Details
2019-10-31 Facility Visit No Violations Cited
2019-08-23 Facility Visit 1000.1003.4.Infants sleep space (e.g. crib) shall be free of loose bedding. If a light blanket is necessary, it should be kept at or below the mid-chest area of the child. Staff shall not cover the faces of infants.
1200.1201.15.All detergents and cleaning supplies shall be kept out of the reach of children. (This does not include hand soap in childrens or staff bathrooms.)
2019-07-26 Facility Visit 1200.1201.19.Electrical outlets shall be guarded.
2019-05-23 Facility Visit 1000.1001.2.All equipment shall be sturdy, clean and safe.
1100.1102.4.Caregivers and childrens hand shall be washed with soap before meals and snacks, after toileting, after each diaper change, and as needed. The use of hand sanitizer shall not be a replacement for soap and running water.
1200.1201.19.Electrical outlets shall be guarded.
1200.1201.6.a.Fire and tornado drills shall be practiced as follows:Monthly
900.902.2.Equipment that has been determined by the Division to be unsafe for the children in the licensed facility to use shall be removed from the play area, or enclosed by a fence or other suitable barrier so the children will not have access to it.
2019-04-26 Facility Visit 1100.1101.17.Garbage and soiled diapers shall be kept in closed containers. Garbage and trash shall be removed from the center daily and from the grounds at least once a week.
2019-04-16 Facility Visit 1000.1003.13.Crib bedding shall be changed daily or more frequently when wet or soiled.
1000.1003.3.Infants (children 12 months of age and below) shall be placed flat on their backs to sleep, in accordance with American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines, to lessen the risk of suffocation and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. (If a child rolls over on his/her own, the facility is not required to reposition the child.) If there is a medical reason a child cannot sleep on his/her back, then a signed statement from the childs physician must be in the file stating the reason, the sleep position indicated, and the time frame this is required.
1000.1003.4.Infants sleep space (e.g. crib) shall be free of loose bedding. If a light blanket is necessary, it should be kept at or below the mid-chest area of the child. Staff shall not cover the faces of infants.
1000.1003.9.Bibs, necklaces and garments with ties or hoods shall be removed from infants prior to rest/naptime to reduce the risk of entanglement and strangulation while the child is sleeping.
1100.1101.17.Garbage and soiled diapers shall be kept in closed containers. Garbage and trash shall be removed from the center daily and from the grounds at least once a week.
1100.1107.2.b.There shall be a safe diaper changing table that meets the following requirements:There shall be a changing pad capable of being sanitized used as a cushion between the child and the changing table surface.
1200.1201.15.All detergents and cleaning supplies shall be kept out of the reach of children. (This does not include hand soap in childrens or staff bathrooms.)
1200.1201.19.Electrical outlets shall be guarded.
300.301.8.At no time shall children be left unsupervised or unattended. The child care center shall provide additional staff for any temporary absence of primary child caring staff for activities such as breaks, meal preparation, transportation, etc.
300.302.1.a.There shall be a director or assistant director/site supervisor who shall be responsible for:Administering, planning, managing and controlling the daily activities of the center;
800.801.4.All space used by a center shall be kept clean and free of hazardous or potentially hazardous objects. (These objects include, but are not limited to, poisonous substances, firearms, explosives, broken toys/equipment, or other objects that could be harmful or dangerous, if they are determined to be accessible to children.)
2019-04-15 Facility Visit 1300.1301.1.The requirements in this section apply to all transportation provided by the licensee, including transportation provided by any person on behalf of the licensee, regardless of whether the person is employed by the licensee. Periodic transportation, such as a parent requesting that their child be picked up at school due to the parents work schedule or other conflicts, is also covered by these requirements, whether a fee is charged for this service or not.
1300.1301.11.Rosters listing the date, the names and the ages/date of birth of all children being transported as well as the name of the driver and any other staff member on the vehicle shall be maintained. These rosters shall be used to check children on and off the vehicle when they are picked up and dropped off at home, school, etc. and when they arrive at and leave the facility. Transportation rosters shall be kept by the facility and available for review for one year.
1300.1301.2.When children are transported emergency contact information shall be maintained on the vehicle at all times.
1300.1301.3.c.Staff transporting children shall meet the following requirements:Successfully completed the training course in Driver Safety that is offered or approved by the Division prior to transporting children. Verification of the completed course in Driver Safety shall be maintained on site in the staffs record.
1300.1301.6.a.Commercial insurance coverage shall be maintained for any vehicle used for transportation by the facility. Verification of commercial insurance coverage shall be provided to the Licensing Specialist prior to transportation of children. (Facilities licensed prior to the effective date of these regulations shall obtain required coverage within ninety (90) days.) Required coverage amounts to be maintained are:Minimum coverage of $100,000 Combined Single Limit (CSL)
1300.1301.6.b.Commercial insurance coverage shall be maintained for any vehicle used for transportation by the facility. Verification of commercial insurance coverage shall be provided to the Licensing Specialist prior to transportation of children. (Facilities licensed prior to the effective date of these regulations shall obtain required coverage within ninety (90) days.) Required coverage amounts to be maintained are:Minimum coverage of $100,000 for both Uninsured Motorist (UM) and Under Insured Motorist (UIM)
1300.1301.6.c.Commercial insurance coverage shall be maintained for any vehicle used for transportation by the facility. Verification of commercial insurance coverage shall be provided to the Licensing Specialist prior to transportation of children. (Facilities licensed prior to the effective date of these regulations shall obtain required coverage within ninety (90) days.) Required coverage amounts to be maintained are:Minimum coverage of $5,000 Personal Injury Protection (PIP) for each passenger (based on the number of passengers the vehicle is manufactured to transport)
800.801.4.All space used by a center shall be kept clean and free of hazardous or potentially hazardous objects. (These objects include, but are not limited to, poisonous substances, firearms, explosives, broken toys/equipment, or other objects that could be harmful or dangerous, if they are determined to be accessible to children.)
2019-04-11 Facility Complaint 1300.1301.1 - The requirements in this section apply to all transportation provided by the licensee, including transportation provided by any person on behalf of the licensee, regardless of whether the person is employed by the licensee. Periodic transportation, such as a parent requesting that their child be picked up at school due to the parents work schedule or other conflicts, is also covered by these requirements, whether a fee is charged for this service or not.
2019-03-14 Facility Visit 1200.1201.22.The facility shall maintain smoke detectors/fire extinguishers as required by the Fire Department. Smoke detectors shall be kept in working order at all times.
2019-03-12 Facility Complaint 300.301.8 - At no time shall children be left unsupervised or unattended. The child care center shall provide additional staff for any temporary absence of primary child caring staff for activities such as breaks, meal preparation, transportation, etc.
2019-01-08 Facility Visit 600.602.1.e.Facility Records shall be maintained on site and include:Verification of required Child Care Liability Insurance
2018-12-14 Facility Visit 600.602.1.e.Facility Records shall be maintained on site and include:Verification of required Child Care Liability Insurance
2018-08-08 Facility Visit 600.602.1.e.Facility Records shall be maintained on site and include:Verification of required Child Care Liability Insurance
600.604.1.c.The child care facility shall maintain a record for each child in care which shall be on site. Records for children no longer enrolled may be maintained off site. Childrens records shall contain the following information:Name, address and telephone of childs physician or emergency care facility.
900.902.1.The area shall be free of hazards or potentially hazardous objects.
2018-05-30 Facility Visit 1100.1101.17.Garbage and soiled diapers shall be kept in closed containers. Garbage and trash shall be removed from the center daily and from the grounds at least once a week.
800.801.13.Floors, ceilings and walls shall be in good repair and kept clean. Paints used at the facility shall be lead free.
800.801.4.All space used by a center shall be kept clean and free of hazardous or potentially hazardous objects. (These objects include, but are not limited to, poisonous substances, firearms, explosives, broken toys/equipment, or other objects that could be harmful or dangerous, if they are determined to be accessible to children.)
2018-04-11 Facility Visit 300.301.2.a.The following staff child ratios shall be maintained: Ages of Children Number of Staff Number of Children Birth 18 months 1 5

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