Description: The Lifespan Development Centers has a combined 50+ years of experience in building successful organizations and administrations that provide programs and services that deliver the highest level of satisfaction to our families. The Lifespan Development Centers is where families can find education programs for infants through school age students.
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.
|Cited Date||Regulation Code||Correction Status|
|2018-03-25||64N - Feeding of Infants||Corrected|
|Corrective Action: Obtain monthly updates to infant feeding statements. Forward for one child.|
|2018-03-25||66N - Program goals and planning||Corrected|
|Corrective Action: Set up art area with related equipment in the toddler room.|
|2018-03-25||48N - Food service and preparation||Corrected|
|Corrective Action: Place new thermometer in the refrigerator. This was corrected at the visit.|
|2017-12-28||17N - Enrollment||Corrected|
|Corrective Action: Ensure all children in care have a child information card. A visiting child today did not have a completed child information card or signed parents right-to-know form.|
|2017-12-28||20N - Personnel files||Corrected|
|Corrective Action: A complete staff file is needed for one staff member. Obtain and forward the file to OCCL. The staff member needs to be fingerprinted as soon as possible.|
|2017-12-28||30N - Ratios, group size, and supervision||Corrected|
|Corrective Action: Ensure infants and toddlers are cared for in rooms separate from older children unless 12 or fewer children in total are present or during the first 90 minutes and last 90 minutes of the centers hours of operation. A visiting two-year-old child was in the preschool room with older children.|
|2017-10-30||20N - Personnel files||Corrected|
|Corrective Action: Two staff members need two references. If service letters are not received, two extra references are needed. One staff member needs an adult abuse registry check. This was corrected at the visit.|
|2017-10-30||30N - Ratios, group size, and supervision||Corrected|
|Corrective Action: A staff member opened the front door leaving the toddler room out of ratio. Additionally, the infant room had one child over ratio as a result of a child who had just been injured and taken to the owner/Early Childhood Curriculum Coordinator in the infant room for observation and follow-up call to the guardian. The specialist recognizes the child injury may have caused changes to the regular routine, however the specialist reiterated the importance of having sufficient staff on site to handle situations such as answering the door and dealing with parents, child injuries or sicknesses as they arise. Two staff arrived at the same time during this visit. Ensure appropriate staff/child ratios are maintained at all times.|
|2017-10-30||42N - Sleeping accommodations||Corrected|
|Corrective Action: Replace a torn nap mat in the preschool room. This was corrected at the visit. Place infants in a crib/pack n play if they have fallen asleep elsewhere.|
|2017-10-30||64N - Feeding of Infants||Corrected|
|Corrective Action: Ensure infants who are capable of comfortably feeding themselves a bottle are placed in a highchair or at a feeding table. One child was sitting on the floor and drinking from their bottle.|
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