Description: LORETO DAY CARE is a CHILD CARE SMALL GROUP HOME in TUCSON AZ, with a maximum capacity of 10 children. The home-based daycare service helps with children in the age range of Infant; Ones; School-Age. The provider does not participate in a subsidized child care program.
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|Survey Date||Date Corrected||Rule/Statute||Title|
|Findings: Six EIIR cards were reviewed the following were incomplete: Child 1- no documentation of one emergency contacts name and phone number, and a physicians phone number. Child 2- no documentation of one emergency contacts name and phone number, a physicians name and phone number, who to call first in the event of an emergency, and the back of the card including the guardian's signature. Child 3- no documentation of a physicians phone number and date of enrollment.|
|Findings: The Surveyor observed a bottle in Child 4's crib with a white substance in it. No written permission was documented by the parent or guardian.|
|Findings: The rabies vaccinations on the following dogs expired: Daisy- 10/19/2021 Lobo- 10/19/2021 Neron-12/31/2021|
|Findings: Surveyor #2 was told by the Provider that Staff #1 who was present at the group home only cooked and cleaned and did not work with children but did not have a TB test.|
|Findings: The Surveyors observed that the weekly menu was only in Spanish and not in English.|
|Findings: Surveyor #1 reviewed the Emergency, Information, and Immunization Record cards an found the following: 1. Child #1 did not have any emergency contacts and who to call first in case of injury or sudden illness. 2. Child #2 did not have who to call first in case of injury or sudden illness. 3. Child #3 did not have the date of enrollment, who to call first in case of injury or sudden illness, and was missing one emergency contact. 4. Child #4 did not have the health care provider name and phone number and who to call first in case of injury or sudden illness.|
|Findings: Surveyor #1 reviewed the Emergency, Information, and Immunization Record cards and found the following: 1. Child #1 and #4 did not have an immunization records.|
|Findings: Surveyor #1 reviewed the sign in and out forms and found the following: 1. Child #1 did not have a signature at time out for the whole month.. 2. Child #2 was not signed in on 1/8/21 and 1/22/21.|
|Findings: Surveyor #1 observed that Child #6 had a modified diet on the Emergency, Information, and Immunization Record card and it was not posted in the kitchen.|
|Findings: Per allegation and upon interview with the Provider, it was determined that the children were not supervised while the provider prepared lunch and children were in the playroom. The Provider admitted that they did not have knowledge and accountability for the actions and whereabouts of the children in the playroom.|
|Findings: Surveyor #1 observed that the postings did not have the amount of time in minutes enrolled children may watch television, videos,or DVD's.|
|Findings: Surveyor #1 reviewed 6 Emergency, Information, and Immunization Record cards and found the following: 1. Child #1 was missing the date of enrollment, the health care provider name and number, and who to call first in case of injury or sudden illness. 2. Child #4 and #5 were missing one emergency contact, the health care provider number, who to call first in case of injury or sudden illness, and the back of the form was blank. 3. Child #6 did not have an answer to question #2 on the back of the form.|
|Findings: Surveyor #1 reviewed 6 Emergency, Information, and Immunization Record cards and found the following: 1. Child #2, #3, #4, #5, and #6 did not have immunizations with the cards.|
|Findings: Surveyor #1 and #2 observed a child asleep in a crib with a bottle containing milk.|
|Findings: The Provider told Surveyor #2 that there was a child with special needs enrolled and the Provider did not have the parent's written instructions for providing care for the child.|
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A very good daycare maria is very sweet with the kids thanks to her my child knows how to talk both languages and right he's name and as well haves teach my son to potty train