Little Giants Daycare & Preschool - Tucson AZ CHILD CARE CENTER

1818 S. Country Club Rd , Tucson AZ 85713
(520) 784-9530

About the Provider

Description: Daycare Center offers a secure, loving environment for children ages 1 year to 12 years and will be staffed by child care professionals trained in early learning programs and curriculum.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: CDC-18272
  • Capacity: 43
  • Age Range: 1-12
  • Rate Range 30.00
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • Languages Supported: English, English / Spanish
  • Type of Care: Before and After School, Daytime, Full-Time, Part-Time
  • Transportation: To/From School
  • Schools Served: Robison Elementary, Lineweaver Elementary, Roberts Elementary
  • Current License Issue Date: Jun 01, 2021
  • Current License Expiration Date: May 31, 2024
  • District Office: ADHS Division of Licensing Services
  • District Office Phone: (602) 364-2539 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Survey Date Date Corrected Rule/Statute Title
2021-05-14 2021-07-02 Article 5 R9-5-517.B.7.
Findings: Per allegation: As the facility van was starting to roll out of the bus area at the elementary school, Surveyor 2 stopped the vehicle and opened the side door to observe that the one child that had entered the van for pick up was not buckled in before the van started to move.
2021-05-14 2021-07-02 Article 5 R9-5-517.B.8.
Findings: The Surveyors observed a child open the side door of the facility van, enter the van, and then close the door behind them.
2021-05-14 2021-07-02 Article 5 R9-5-517.B.9.
Findings: Per allegation and direct observation, the Surveyors observed the facility van approach the pick up area in the bus loading zone. The driver did not turn off the ignition or exit the van to help the child load into the van as required.
2021-05-11 2021-05-13 article 3 R9-5-304.B.1-9.
Findings: The Team Leader reviewed 15 children's emergency cards and observed the following: * Question #3 on the back of the card for Child 1 was answered "yes" but no specifics were given. * Question #2 on the back of the card for Child 2 was not answered. * Child 3 was missing the date of enrollment.
2021-05-11 2021-05-13 article 3 R9-5-306.A.1.
Findings: The Surveyor reviewed 10 children's sign-in and out logs for May 2021 and observed the following: * Child 3 was signed-out with a first name and last initial only on 05/03, 05/04, 05/06, and 05/11.
2021-05-11 2021-05-13 article 4 R9-5-404.A.
Findings: The Team Leader observed the staff member in the one year-old room, step out of her room to get food service gloves to serve lunch. The Surveyor counted four children physically present in the room.
2021-05-11 2021-05-13 Article 5 R9-5-501.C.1.
Findings: Per Allegation and based on staff interviews and documentation reviewed, it was determined that the staff did not adequately supervise the child in the complaint. Per definition of supervision in R9-5-101(114) staff must have knowledge and accountability for the actions and whereabouts of the enrolled children, including the ability to see or hear the enrolled children at all times, to interact with the enrolled children, and to provide guidance to the enrolled children. Staff acknowledged that there were two staff outside with the children, when the child was observed to be bitten by another child. One staff member was watching the children on the slide, and one staff was sweeping. When the staff ran to the child being bitten, she only raised the backside of the child's shirt and saw two bites. The staff member realized this later when the mother reported to her that the child had been bitten more than twice, and did not see or hear the child getting bitten numerous times.
2021-05-11 2021-05-13 article 5 R9-5-501.C.9.a-c.
Findings: During the inspection of the diaper changing area in the one year-old room, the Surveyor observed that there was a tube of diaper cream that did not have a child's name label on it.
2021-05-11 2021-05-13 Article 5 R9-5-516.B.3.a-f.
Findings: The Team Leader inspected the medication cabinet and observed that there was a bottle of Benadryl in it. When questioned, the Director acknowledged that she did not know who it belonged to and therefore did not have a medication form on file.
2021-05-11 2021-05-13 Article 5 R9-5-516.B.b.
Findings: The Team Leader inspected the medication cabinet and observed that there was a bottle of Benadryl in it that was not labeled with a name. When questioned, the Director acknowledged that she did not know who it belonged to.
2021-05-11 2021-05-13 Article 6 R9-5-603.E.1.2.
Findings: During the inspection of the outdoor activity area, the Surveyor measured the gravel at 4.0 inches under the yellow slide.
2019-05-22 2019-05-28 article 3 R9-5-305.A.1.2.
Findings: Surveyor 2 reviewed the children ' s emergency cards and immunization records and observed the following: * The immunizations for Child 1 were not up to date as it was last dated in 2017 and the child should have had another round of immunizations based on the child ' s age.
2019-05-22 2019-05-28 article 3 R9-5-306.B.1.
Findings: * Surveyor 1 asked to see the roster on the playground. The staff acknowledged that she did not take it outside with her. * Surveyor 1 counted three children physically present in the one year-old room. The roster had four children marked as present.
2019-05-22 2019-05-28 article 5 R9-5-509.C.18.e.
Findings: Surveyor 1 observed that the menu listed beans and a tortilla for the PM snack. The children were eating pasta with meat sauce.
2018-11-20 2018-11-27 Article 5 R9-5-511.D.5.
Findings: Upon entrance to the facility, the Surveyor's observed that the TV was on in the main room as there were children napping.

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