Precious Memories Early Learning Adventures - Elkhart IN Licensed Home

2111 MOREHOUSE AVENUE, ELKHART IN 46517
(574) 296-9644

About the Provider

Description: Precious Memories Early Learning Adventures is a Licensed Home in ELKHART IN, with a maximum capacity of 12 children. The home-based daycare service helps with children in the age range of Infant-Eighteen. The provider does not participate in a subsidized child care program.

Additional Information: PTQ 3; PTQ 3; PTQ 3;

Program and Licensing Details

  • Capacity: 12
  • Age Range: Infant-Eighteen
  • 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
Licensing
2017-09-14
The licensee shall ensure that no conditions exist in the home or on the grounds where child care services are provided that would endanger the health, safety, or welfare of the children 2017-09-14
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-1.1-45(a)
man hiding in bathroomstaff member stated she was scared to say something
Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The man hiding in the bathroom was the staff members husband who had walked to the daycare to pick her up. He does this everyday. She normally gets off approximately 3:45pm when all of the children are gone. He is always waiting outside on the sidewalk when I arrive to transport children at 3:34pm. on this day in particular, the staff member had to work late until 5pm because I was out of town and unable to transport children home. I assume the man was unaware that his wife had to work overtime so he arrived at the regular time. The man being present did not violate any rules or regulations. The staff member, being afraid of getting in trouble with me or the state, there by hiding her husband is where the problem lies. Had she known that she was not out of compliance by allowing him to be present for a limited time on this one occasion, she would not have hid him. However, this problem has been remedied- 1) He will stay out of the daycare unless absolutely necessary; or 2) If he is present equal to or more than the defined amount of time for a visitor (per the rules and regulations) then he will be required to meet the same staff/volunteer requirements as stated per the rules and regulations (although I do not see an amount of time specified in the rules/regs).
Licensing
2016-08-26
The licensee shall ensure that no conditions exist in the home or on the grounds where child care services are provided that would endanger the health, safety, or welfare of the children 2016-08-26
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-1.1-45(a)
child sleeping in a car seat
Licensing
2016-07-22
The licensee shall ensure that no conditions exist in the home or on the grounds where child care services are provided that would endanger the health, safety, or welfare of the children 2016-07-22
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-1.1-45(a)
staff told provider child turned blue no medical attention was given
Licensing
2016-07-22
Children shall not be left unattended and shall be supervised at all times 2016-07-22
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-1.1-36.5(b)
door was closed where child was sleeping
Complaints
2016-07-21
2016-07-26
Type of correction needed: Condition exist that would endanger the health, safety or welfare of the children.
Licensing
2015-09-22
Children shall not be left unattended and shall be supervised at all times 2015-09-22
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-1.1-36.5(b)
door to nap room was closed
Licensing
2015-02-24
A child care home shall, at no expense to the state, maintain and make available to the division upon request a copy of drug testing results for: the provider 2015-02-26
Type of correction needed: IC 12-17.2-5-3.5(a)(1)
Need new drug test on helper
6/19/2018
1970-01-01
The caregiver shall maintain and make available verification of the following: Annual Mantoux tuberculin test or chest x-ray for direct child care providers and all family members over eighteen (18) years of age 2018-06-26
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-1.1-28.5(c)(1)
Spouse TB due
9/14/2017
1970-01-01
The licensee shall ensure that no conditions exist in the home or on the grounds where child care services are provided that would endanger the health, safety, or welfare of the children 2017-09-14
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-1.1-45(a)
man hiding in bathroomstaff member stated she was scared to say something
Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The man hiding in the bathroom was the staff members husband who had walked to the daycare to pick her up. He does this everyday. She normally gets off approximately 3:45pm when all of the children are gone. He is always waiting outside on the sidewalk when I arrive to transport children at 3:34pm. on this day in particular, the staff member had to work late until 5pm because I was out of town and unable to transport children home. I assume the man was unaware that his wife had to work overtime so he arrived at the regular time. The man being present did not violate any rules or regulations. The staff member, being afraid of getting in trouble with me or the state, there by hiding her husband is where the problem lies. Had she known that she was not out of compliance by allowing him to be present for a limited time on this one occasion, she would not have hid him. However, this problem has been remedied- 1) He will stay out of the daycare unless absolutely necessary; or 2) If he is present equal to or more than the defined amount of time for a visitor (per the rules and regulations) then he will be required to meet the same staff/volunteer requirements as stated per the rules and regulations (although I do not see an amount of time specified in the rules/regs).
8/26/2016
1970-01-01
The licensee shall ensure that no conditions exist in the home or on the grounds where child care services are provided that would endanger the health, safety, or welfare of the children 2016-08-26
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-1.1-45(a)
child sleeping in a car seat

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