Ninas Little Footprints & Creative Activities Llc - Turtle Creek PA Family Child Care

Larimer Ave , TURTLE CREEK PA 15145
(724) 730-2769

About the Provider

Description: Ninas Little Footprints & Creative Activities Llc is a Family Child Care in TURTLE CREEK PA, with a maximum capacity of 6 children. The provider also participates in a subsidized child care program.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: CER-00160256
  • Capacity: 6
  • State Rating: 1
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • Languages Supported: English, Spanish
  • Schools Served: Woodland Hills - Serviced by school bus
  • 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
2020-01-22 Renewal 3290.24(a)(2)/3290.94(a) - Evacuation/Developed and posted Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The facility lacked an updated floor plan posted and included in the emergency plan that included the first floor that is designated to be used as child care space.

Correction Required: The facility shall have an emergency plan that provides for evacuation of children from the facility building and evacuation of children to a location away from the facility premises. The evacuation routes and evacuation plans to exit the building may be the same as those required by 3290.94 (f) and (g) (relating to fire drills).Fire evacuation plans shall be developed and posted.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Made new floor plan for 1st floor now on wall. Evacuation plan for evacuation site also included.
2020-01-22 Renewal 3290.18 - General Health and Safety Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The facility lacked operable smoke detectors on the first floor of the residence. The facility did not have children enrolled or in care at the time of the inspection.

Correction Required: Conditions at the facility may not pose a threat to the health or safety of the children.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The facility will purchase smoke detector for the first floor of the residence and has contacted the local municipality to obtain documentation regarding ordinance requirements.
2020-01-22 Renewal 3290.22(a) - Availability Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The certificate of compliance posted at the facility expired on 4/28/2019.

Correction Required: The facility's current certificate of registration and a copy of the applicable regulations under which the facility is certified shall be posted in a conspicuous location used by parents, with instructions for contacting the appropriate regional day care office posted at the same location

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Printed updated certificate effective from 4/28/19 until 4/28/20 will be posted.
2020-01-22 Renewal 3290.32(d) - First-aid techniques Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: Staff file #1 lacked documentation of completion of first aid training in the file.

Correction Required: One or more persons competent in first-aid techniques shall be at the facility when day care children are in care.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Printed copy of completion of first aid training and placed in file.
2020-01-22 Renewal 3290.64(a) - Locked or inaccessible - in original container Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: There was aerosol air freshener in the child care room on a low shelf near the window that was accessible to the children that contained the phrase, "keep out of reach of children".

Correction Required: Cleaning materials and other toxic materials shall be stored in an original labeled container or in a container that specifies the content. Toxics shall be kept in a locked area or in an area inaccessible to children, and shall be stored away from food, food preparation areas and child care spaces.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Aerosol air freshener was removed from childcare area will not be stored on first floor again will keep out of children area.
2020-01-22 Renewal 3290.73(c) - Has all items Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The first aid kit lacked tweezers.

Correction Required: A first-aid kit must contain the following: soap, an assortment of adhesive bandages, sterile gauze pads, tweezers, tape, scissors and disposable, nonporous gloves.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Tweezers are now placed inside of the first aid kit, will not be removed, all items are inside the kit.
2019-01-24 Renewal 3290.31(f)(4)(i) - First aid - 3 yrs. Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: Staff file #1 contained card of completion of first aid on 10/25/16, expired on 10/25/18, and lacked documentation of current valid completion of first aid training in the file.

Correction Required: Competence in first-aid is demonstrated by the completion of training by a professional in the field of first-aid. First-aid training shall be renewed on or before expiration of certification or every 3 years, as applicable.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Staff #2 completed First Aid/CPR on 4/17/19, Staff #1 completed First Aid/CPR on 4/26/19. First Aid/CPR will be updated every 2 years from correction date.
2019-01-24 Renewal 3290.151(a)(2) - 12 months prior to service and every 24 months thereafter Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: Staff file #1 contained a health assessment dated 10/5/16 and Staff file #2 contained a health assessment dated 10/21/16, both files lacked valid, updated health assessments in the file.

Correction Required: A health assessment is valid for 24 months following the date of signature, if the person does not contract a communicable disease or develop a medical problem.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Staff #1 updated with health assessment form dated 4/26/19, with physical examination completed on 10/1/18. Staff #2 updated with health assessment dated 4/25/19. Copies will be maintained in the file.
2018-01-23 Renewal 3290.63 - Protective Outlet Covers 5 yrs. or less Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: Outlets in the upstairs infant room lacked protective outlet covers and were accessible to the children under the age of 5 years old.

Correction Required: Protective receptacle covers shall be placed in electrical outlets accessible to children 5 years of age or younger.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Receptacle covers were placed in the outlets and will remain in the outlets while children are in care.
2018-01-23 Renewal 3290.64(a) - Locked or inaccessible - in original container Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: Toxics were accessible in the upstairs bathroom and on the second floor landing to the children in care.

Correction Required: Cleaning materials and other toxic materials shall be stored in an original labeled container or in a container that specifies the content. Toxics shall be kept in a locked area or in an area inaccessible to children, and shall be stored away from food, food preparation areas and child care spaces.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Toxics were put into locked cabinets and made inaccessible to the children. In the future, the facility will maintain that all toxics be kept inaccessible to the children while in care.
2018-01-23 Renewal 3290.73(c) - Has all items Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The first-aid kit lacked sterile gauze pads, scissors, tape and tweezers.

Correction Required: A first-aid kit must contain the following: soap, an assortment of adhesive bandages, sterile gauze pads, tweezers, tape, scissors and disposable, nonporous gloves.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
All required items were added to the first aid kit and will remain in the first aid kit at all times.
2017-02-22 Renewal 3290.123(a)/3290.124(a) - Signed /Each child emergency contact person Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The emergency contact form and the financial agreements being used at the facility did not contain all necessary information as required by the regulation.

Correction Required: An agreement shall be signed by the operator and the parent.Emergency contact information is required for each enrolled child. Emergency contact information must reference who shall be contacted in an emergency.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Operator will request that the parent complete the state's emergency contact form and financial agreement for the children. Operator will assure that all children have a completed emergency contact form and financial agreement prior to enrollment.
2017-02-22 Renewal 3290.102(a) - Clean and good repair Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: One torn pillow was observed in the upstairs right child care room.

Correction Required: Toys, play equipment and other indoor and outdoor equipment used by the children shall be clean, in good repair and free from rough edges, sharp corners, pinch and crush points, splinters and exposed bolts.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The pillow was removed from the child care space and will be repaired prior to return. All toys and equipment used by the children will be in good repair at all times.
2017-02-22 Renewal 3290.131(a) - Within 60 days Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The files for Children #1, #2, #3, #4 and #5 lacked initial health assessments for the children and they have exceeded 60 days since their first day in care at the facility.

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.)
Operator will request that the parent provide a copy of the children's current health assessment. Operator will require all parents to provide an initial health assessment for the child within 60 days following the child's first day of attendance at the facility.
2017-02-22 Renewal 3290.135(a)(3) - Disposable diapers Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: Hands-free covered cans were missing from the changing tables at the facility.

Correction Required: If disposable diapers are provided by a parent or by a facility, a soiled diaper shall be discarded by immediately placing the diaper into a plastic-lined, hands-free covered can.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Operator will purchase hands-free covered cans and they will be placed at each of the changing tables in the facility. Operator will assure that disposable diapers are discarded by immediately placing them into a plastic lined hands free covered can.

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