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|Violation Date||Rule Number||Rule Summary|
|2020-10-07||251.05(3)(c)||Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training|
|Description: On 10/7/20 a current certificate of completion of infant and child cardiopulmonary resuscitation was not observed on file for staff B.|
|2020-10-07||251.05(3)(f)3.||Child Care Teacher - Entry-Level Training|
|Description: On 10/7/20, Staff A has assumed the position of a child care teacher for more than 6 months but do not have the educational qualifications for the position.|
|2020-10-07||251.055(1)(b)||Supervision - Teacher Per Group Of Children|
|Description: 10/7/20, the infant room was observed to not have a qualified child care teacher supervising a group of children. Rule requires that at least one child care teacher shall supervise each group of children.|
|2020-10-07||251.07(6)(dm)4.||Medical Log - Reviewing Injury Records|
|Description: On 10/7/20, the medical log book was not reviewed every 6 months, documentation show it was reviewed on 12/3/19 and 8/26/20. Rule requires that records of injuries shall be reviewed by the director or designated person with staff every 6 months in order to ensure that all possible preventive measures are being taken.|
|2019-07-10||251.04(5)(a)||Staff File - Maintenance & Availability|
|Description: The licensee shall maintain a file on each employee which is available for examination by the licensing representative at the center. There was no file available for review for staff F during the licensing visit.|
|2019-07-10||251.04(5)(a)5.||Staff File - Registry Certificate, Educational Qualifications|
|Description: Staff E is missing documentation of having satisfactorily completed one non-credit Department-approved course in early childhood education within 6 months of her hire date. Nor does her file contain any record of her educational qualifications to document that she is qualified for the position that she holds.|
|2019-07-10||251.04(6)(a)5.||Child Record - Alternate Arrival / Release Agreement|
|Description: A written agreement, signed by parents, outlining the plan for child #1 and child #2 to come to the childcare center from school, home or other activities and/or to go from the childcare center to school, home or other activities was not observed in the file record.|
|2019-07-10||251.04(8)(b)||Biennial Training - Child Abuse & Neglect|
|Description: Staff E was missing documentation of having received training within the past two years on child abuse and neglect laws, identification, and reporting.|
|2019-07-10||251.05(1)(c)||Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training|
|Description: Staff B and D were missing documentation of having maintained a current certificate of completion for infant and child cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) use from an agency approved by the Department. Staff E has a current CPR-AED certificate, but not from a department-approved course provider.|
|2019-07-10||251.05(2)(c)1.||Continuing Education Requirement - Full Time Staff|
|Description: Contrary to DCF 251.05(2)(c)1, Staff D did not have documentation of the yearly requirement of 25 hours of continuing education in 2018.|
|2019-07-10||251.05(2)(c)2.||Continuing Education Requirement - Part Time Staff|
|Description: Contrary to DCF 251.05(2)(c)2, Staff A and E did not have documentation of the yearly requirement of 15 hours of continuing education in 2018.|
|2019-07-10||251.05(2)(d)||Food Service Personnel - Orientation, Training|
|Description: Rule states that any staff who prepares meals shall document annual training of at least 4 hours in kitchen sanitation, food handling or nutrition. The 3 staff that prepare meals for the center were missing documentation of this training for 2018.|
|2019-07-10||251.05(3)(b)||Supervision - Opening & Closing Hours|
|Description: Per the Center Director, on occasion, an unqualified assistant teacher is providing sole supervision of children during closing hours. Per rule, only qualified assistant teachers may provide sole supervision of children for opening or closing hours.|
|2019-07-10||251.07(5)(a)4.||Meals & Snacks - Minimum Meal Requirements|
|Description: Based on a 3 month review of the meals & snacks served, on several days throughout the month, the center is not meeting the U.S. department of agriculture (USDA) child and adults care food program minimum meal requirements. Several times a month and/or throughout the week, breakfast and lunch are missing components (most of the time it is milk) or do not have the correct combination of components to meet the USDA minimum requirements.|
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