Lilia Young - Pittsburgh PA Family Child Care

1730 Wesley St , PITTSBURGH PA 15221
(412) 371-7678

About the Provider

Description: Lilia Young is a Family Child Care in PITTSBURGH PA, with a maximum capacity of 11 children. The provider also participates in a subsidized child care program.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: CER-00155860
  • Capacity: 11
  • State Rating: 1
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • Schools Served: Wilkinsburg Borough - Walking distance to school
  • District Office: Early Learning Resource Center for Region 5
  • District Office Phone: (412) 261-2273 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Inspection Date Reason Description Status
2020-10-30 Renewal 3280.31(e) - Annual 6 hrs. training Needs Verification

Noncompliance Area: The file for staff person #1 included only 3 hours of annual child care training during the last full anniversary year.

Correction Required: A staff person shall obtain an annual minimum of 6 clock hours of child care training.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
3 hours were borrowed from 2020. In the future, I will comply and complete 6 hours of annual training.
2020-10-30 Renewal 3280.131(e)(2)(i) - Exemption documentation from parent/guardian Needs Verification

Noncompliance Area: The file for child #1, an older toddler, was missing 1 DTAP and 1 Hep A vaccination and the last flu shot was dated approximately 18 months ago. The last flu shot in the file for child #2, a 4 year-old, was dated approximately 23 months ago. Neither file contained a written statement of exemption from a parent.

Correction Required: Exemption from immunization for religious belief or strong personal objection equated to a religious belief shall be documented by a written, signed and dated statement from the child's parent or guardian. The statement shall be kept in the child's record.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The children will either get the missing vaccinations or the parents will write a statement of exemption. In the future, I will have parents write a statement of exemption if they choose not to get their child certain vaccinations.
2019-10-30 Renewal 3280.124(f)/3280.181(c) - Updated every 6 months/Emergency info/agreement updated 6 mos Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The last two updates in writing by a parent on the emergency contact form in the file for child #2 and #3 were dated more than 6 months apart. The last two updates in writing by a parent on the agreement form in the file for #3 were dated more than 6 months apart.

Correction Required: The parent shall update in writing emergency contact information once in a 6-month period or as soon as there is a change in the informationA parent is required to review and update the emergency contact information and the financial agreement at least once in a 6-month period or as soon as there is a change in the information.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The updates are now current. In the future, I will create a posting that states when 6 months updates are due.
2019-10-30 Renewal 3280.52(c) - Mixed age levels Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: At approximately noon, staff person #1, the operator, was caring for five children, a combined group of a 10 month old, 2 young toddlers, an older toddler and a 3 year-old, placing them out of ratio.

Correction Required: When children are grouped in mixed age levels, the age of the youngest child in the group determines the staff:child ratio and maximum group size in accordance with the requirements at 3280.52(b).

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
I will make sure than no more than 4 children are in care if I have an infant. In the future, I will maintain proper ratio at all times.
2019-10-30 Renewal 3280.76 - Building Surfaces Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The facility's outdoor play space contained several long weeds and large tree branches, which created a potential tripping hazard.

Correction Required: Floors, walls, ceilings and other surfaces, including the facility's outdoor play space surfaces shall be kept clean, in good repair and free from visible hazards.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
My handyman is scheduled to come next week and clean up the yard. In the future, I will keep up with yard maintenance.
2019-10-30 Renewal 3280.124(b)(3) - Parent home/work address, phone Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The emergency contact information in the file for child #1 did not include complete addresses for two of the individuals designated by a parent to whom a child may be released.

Correction Required: Emergency contact information must include the home and work addresses and telephone numbers of the enrolling parent.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
A parent will update the form with the missing information. In the future, I will continue to doublecheck forms for missing information.
2019-10-30 Renewal 3280.131(a) - Within 60 days Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The initial health report in the file for child #1 was dated beyond 60 days from their first day at the program.

Correction Required: The operator shall require the parent of an enrolled child, including a child, a foster child and a relative of an operator or a facility person, to provide an initial health report no later than 60 days following the first day of attendance at the facility.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The file now includes a current health report. In the future, parents will receive a letter at 30 days out, reminding them to submit a health form.
2019-10-30 Renewal 3280.131(b)(1) - Infant: updated health report every 6 months Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The last health report in the file for child #2, a young toddler, was dated more than 6 months ago. The last two health reports in the file for child #3, a young toddler, was more than 6 months apart.

Correction Required: The operator shall require the parent to provide an updated health report at least every 6 months for an infant or young toddler

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Child #2 turns two years old in 11 days and then the health report will be current. The file for child #3 now includes a current report. In the future, parents will receive a letter at 30 days out, reminding them to submit a report.
2018-10-30 Renewal 3280.124(f)/3280.181(c) - Updated every 6 months/Emergency info/agreement updated 6 mos Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The last two written updates by a parent on the emergency contact information and agreement form was dated more than 6 months apart.

Correction Required: The parent shall update in writing emergency contact information once in a 6-month period or as soon as there is a change in the informationA parent is required to review and update the emergency contact information and the financial agreement at least once in a 6-month period or as soon as there is a change in the information.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The file now includes a current update on both forms. In the future, the operator will continue to request that parents update forms every 6 months or sooner.
2018-10-30 Renewal 3280.105(a) - Clean, age appropriate Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: At approximately 10:30 am, child #1, a 4-month old infant, was observed sleeping in a car seat.

Correction Required: Individual, clean, age-appropriate rest equipment shall be provided for preschool, toddler and infant children as agreed between the child's parent and the operator. The rest equipment shall be labeled for the use of a specific child and used only by the specified child.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The child was removed from the car seat and placed in a pack n play. In the future, an infant will always sleep in a crib or pack n play.
2018-10-30 Renewal 3280.119 - Infant sleep position Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: At approximately 10:30 am, child #1, a 4-month old infant, was observed sleeping in a car seat.

Correction Required: Infants shall be placed in the sleeping position recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics unless there is a medical reason an infant should not sleep in this position. The medical reason shall be documented in a statement signed by a physician, physician's assistant or CRNP and placed in the child's record at the facility.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The child was removed from the car seat and placed in a pack n play. In the future, an infant will always sleep in a crib or pack n play.
2018-10-30 Renewal 3280.123(a)(3) - Services proceeded Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The file for child #2, enrolled more than 6 months, did not include evidence of a child service report.

Correction Required: An agreement shall specify the services to be provided to the family and the child, including the Department's approved form to provide information to the family about the child's growth and development in the context of the services being provided. The operator shall complete and update the form and provide a copy to the family in accordance with the updates regarding emergency contact information at 3280.124(f).

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The operator will complete a child service report for child #2 and in the future, will complete child service reports every 6 months or sooner.
2018-10-30 Renewal 3280.131(b)(1) - Infant: updated health report every 6 months Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The last health report in the file for child #3, a young toddler, was dated more than 6 months ago.

Correction Required: The operator shall require the parent to provide an updated health report at least every 6 months for an infant or young toddler

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The operator will obtain an updated health report for child #3. In the future, the operator will obtain health reports on time.
2018-10-30 Renewal 3280.131(b)(2) - Toddler/preschool: updated health report every 12 months Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The last health report in the file for child #5, an older toddler, was dated more than 12 months ago.

Correction Required: The operator shall require the parent to provide an updated health report at least every 12 months for an older toddler or preschool child.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The operator will obtain an updated health report for child #5. In the future, the operator will obtain health reports on time.
2018-10-30 Renewal 3280.131(d)(7) - Free from contagious/communicable disease Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The last health report in the file for child #2 did not include the statement that the child is free from communicable disease and able to participate in child care.

Correction Required: A health report shall include a statement that the child is able to participate in child care and appears to be free from contagious or communicable disease.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The operator will obtain an updated health report for child #2. In the future, the operator will check health reports to make sure that they include the required statement.

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