Our Place Child Care Ministry - Indianapolis IN Unlicensed Registered Ministry

5200 North Shadeland Avenue, Indianapolis IN 46226
(317) 542-5285
1 Review

About the Provider

Description: Our Mission To provide a high quality Christian child care program for working parents with young children. We serve children ages 6 weeks old through pre-kindergarten. The program is a non-profit, self-supporting, non-denominational child care center operated by a Board, a Director, and a team of Teachers and Assistant Teachers.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: RM-99543-A
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: No
  • District Office: Indiana Family and Social Services Administration - Bureau of Child Care
  • District Office Phone: 1-877-511-1144 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Inspection Type/Date Action needed to correct issue Date Resolved
Registration
2017-11-08
All interior surfaces, equipment, materials, furnishings, and objects with which children will come in contact shall be well maintained, in a clean and sanitary condition, and of nontoxic durable construction 2017-11-17
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-4(1)
Remove any items that are hazardous on the path to the playground - grounds equipment and gas tank accessible.Little tikes climber in the large playground is cracked - searing and pinching hazard- repair, replace or remove.
Registration
2017-11-08
immersion for at least one (1) minute in clean water which is at a temperature of at least 75 F. and which contains an approved sanitizing agent at an effective concentration. Cleaned and sanitized equipment and utensils shall always be air dried, never towel dried. An alternative to dishwashing is the use of sturdy, all disposable, single-service articles and utensils. Reuse of single-service articles and utensils is prohibited. All permanent ware infant feeding bottles and reusable nipples provided by the facility shall be washed and sanitized by the facility after each use as follows: Prewash in hot detergent water in a nonhandwashing sink; scrub bottles and nipples inside and out with bottle and nipple brush; squeeze water through nipple hole during washing; and rinse well with clean, hot water. Boil in clear water bottles for five (5) minutes; nipples and caps, collars, and tongs for three (3) minutes; and air dry. Store each item separately in clean, covered, labeled container 2017-11-20
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-5(e)(2)
Infant bottles when stored in the cabinet , the lids, collars and nipples must be stored separtley.
Registration
2017-11-08
Refrigerator and Freezers. Enough conveniently located refrigeration facilities shall be provided to assure the maintenance of potentially hazardous food at required temperatures during storage. Refrigerators and freezers shall be in good condition, clean, and shall maintain the proper temperatures. Each compartment of the refrigerator and freezer shall be provided with an accurate thermometer, in good position for daily monitoring 2017-11-08
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-5(c)
The temperature in the infant room fridge above 40 degree. Check temperature.
Registration
2017-11-08
All restrooms shall be equipped with flush toilets and handwashing sinks and shall be ventilated to the outside. An adequate supply of water, under pressure, shall be provided at all handwashing sinks, as well as soap and disposable paper towels in dispensers. Toilet paper in dispensers shall be located at each toilet 2017-11-20
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-4(2)
Plungers and mops must be removed from bathrooms.Paper towel products cannot be stored under sinks [upstairs and downstairs].
Registration
2017-11-08
Handwashing. Adults and children shall wash their hands after using the toilet and before eating 2017-11-20
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-6(b)
Hot water at the sink in the 2's [140 degree F] hallway bathroom [G -122]and down stairs [140DegreeF] bathroom all read above 120 degree F Hot water must be between 100-120 degree F.
Registration
2017-11-08
Food Safety. All foods provided by the facility, for children enrolled in the day care ministry, shall be from a food establishment, inspected and approved by a governmental agency. Food items shall be received at the facility in the original, unopened, undamaged packaging and shall be properly protected from damage and potential contamination. Food shall be free from spoilage, filth, or other contamination and shall be safe for human consumption. The temperature of all potentially hazardous food shall be 45 F. or below or 140 F. or above at all times. Frozen food shall be kept frozen and should be stored at a temperature of 0 F. or below 2017-11-20
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-5(b)
Infant food, cereal and crackers with expired dates expired in the cabinet in the Infant room.* One Infant formula bottle did not have name/date/time.
Registration
2017-04-28
Direct child care providers, including volunteers, shall receive training in the following within thirty (30) days of starting employment or volunteer work: Universal precautions 2017-05-14
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-1.1-33.5(b)(4)
4 caregiver with expired Universal precautions trainings
Registration
2017-04-28
All restrooms shall be equipped with flush toilets and handwashing sinks and shall be ventilated to the outside. An adequate supply of water, under pressure, shall be provided at all handwashing sinks, as well as soap and disposable paper towels in dispensers. Toilet paper in dispensers shall be located at each toilet 2017-05-14
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-4(2)
Remove the plunger and fix the base of the stall.
CCDF Inspection
2016-06-03
All children in care are continually supervised by a caregiver (must be within sight and sound at all times). 2016-01-06
Type of correction needed: IC 12-17.2-3.5-5.5(a)
All children in care are continually supervised by a caregiver (must be within sight and sound at all times).
CCDF Inspection
2016-06-03
2016-06-06
Type of correction needed: A provider that cares for more than sixteen (16) children at a facility where the provider operates a child care program shall maintain a ratio of children to caregivers in the same proportions as specified in the child to staff ratio requirements.

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Reviews

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Elliots Mommy11 Dec 19, 2012

Our Place Child Care Ministry is the greatest daycare! The staff are caring, kind and oh so loving. My son has been attending O.P.C.C since he was just a little over twelve weeks and I am so glad I found this place. The children are well taken care of, they are clean, never hungry nor never go unattended. 

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