Rosies In Home Care - England AR Licensed Child Care Family Home

SE 5TH , ENGLAND AR 72046
(501) 842-3708

About the Provider

Description: ROSIES IN HOME CARE is a Licensed Child Care Family Home in ENGLAND AR, with a maximum capacity of 16 children. The provider also participates in a subsidized child care program.

Additional Information: 1 Stars Better Beginnings;

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: 23195
  • Capacity: 16
  • Rate Range Infant 0 to 18 Months $16.00 per day (7 Hours or More)
    Toddler 18 to 36 Months $14.00 per day (7 Hours or More)
    Preschool 36 to 72 Months $15.00 per day (7 Hours or More)
  • State Rating: 1
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • Type of Care: Licensed Child Care Family Home
  • District Office: 700 Main Street, Little Rock AR-72203
  • District Office Phone: (501) 396-6150 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)
  • Licensor: Jessica Wright (Jessica.Wright@dhs.arkansas.gov)

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Inspection/Report History

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Visit/Complaint Date Type Details
2021-10-04 Facility Visit 300.303.7.a.All caregivers, including volunteers who are counted in the ratios, shall receive the following orientation within three (3) months of employment (and every three (3) years thereafter) and shall not be left alone with children until this is completed. 1. Introduction (eight (8) clock hours):Proper supervision of children; Behavioral guidance practices; Safe sleep practices for infants; Shaken baby syndrome; which includes prevention (Carters Law, Act 1208); Appropriately responding to a crying, fussy, infant or child; Emergency procedures in the event of severe weather, or fire, including evacuation procedures and routes, and location, and use of fire extinguishers; Mandated reporter training; Administering medication; Caring for children with special needs or care plans; Transportation and car seat safety; Policies regarding release of children to authorized individuals; Prevention and control of infectious diseases; Building and physical premises safety, including the identification of, and protection from, hazards, bodies of water, and vehicular traffic; Nutritional and physical activities; Prevention and response to food sensitivities and allergic reactions; Basic child development; and The handling and storage of hazardous materials and the appropriate disposal of bio contaminants.
300.303.8.a.At least one (1) caregiver who has a current certificate of successful completion of first aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) from an approved organization shall be on site at all times. If the home serves infants and toddlers, this training shall include infant and child CPR. (Infant and child CPR may be included in the basic course or in a separate course.)The curriculum shall conform to current American Heart Association or American Red Cross guidelines;
600.603.1.Enrollment information shall be obtained for each child before admission.
600.603.3.d.Medical Records shall include:Notes of special problems (such as allergies to medication or sunburn sensitivity), or needs as indicated by the parents;
600.603.4.e.Permissions and Agreements will be signed by parents and caregiver(s):Written permission for the facility to photograph or video tape their child, if applicable; and
600.603.4.f.Permissions and Agreements will be signed by parents and caregiver(s):Written permission for the facility to place photos and video recordings of their child on social media or other web sites, if applicable.
2021-08-19 Facility Visit 300.303.7.a.All caregivers, including volunteers who are counted in the ratios, shall receive the following orientation within three (3) months of employment (and every three (3) years thereafter) and shall not be left alone with children until this is completed. 1. Introduction (eight (8) clock hours):Proper supervision of children; Behavioral guidance practices; Safe sleep practices for infants; Shaken baby syndrome; which includes prevention (Carters Law, Act 1208); Appropriately responding to a crying, fussy, infant or child; Emergency procedures in the event of severe weather, or fire, including evacuation procedures and routes, and location, and use of fire extinguishers; Mandated reporter training; Administering medication; Caring for children with special needs or care plans; Transportation and car seat safety; Policies regarding release of children to authorized individuals; Prevention and control of infectious diseases; Building and physical premises safety, including the identification of, and protection from, hazards, bodies of water, and vehicular traffic; Nutritional and physical activities; Prevention and response to food sensitivities and allergic reactions; Basic child development; and The handling and storage of hazardous materials and the appropriate disposal of bio contaminants.
2021-03-19 Facility Visit 100.108.1.c.The following persons shall be required to have their background reviewed through an Arkansas Child Maltreatment Central Registry Check. Prospective owners, household members who are ten (10) years of age or older, and employees who have not lived in the State of Arkansas during the preceding five (5) years will be subject to current federal guidelines regarding conducting a child maltreatment background check in any states where they resided during the past five (5) years.Staff members and applicants for employment in a Licensed Home - Prior to employment and every two (2) years thereafter
100.109.1.b.The following persons shall apply to the Identification Bureau of the Arkansas State Police for a nationwide criminal records check, to be conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), which shall include a fingerprint check: (The individual is responsible for the cost of the nationwide check.) Fingerprints submitted will be used to check the criminal history records of the FBI. Individuals with results showing a prohibited offense shall be advised to contact the Licensing Unit for procedures to obtain the results and for procedures to update or make corrections to the record of their individual history.Each staff member Prior to employment and every five (5) years thereafter
2020-09-02 Facility Visit No Violations Cited
2020-07-28 Facility Visit No Violations Cited
2020-01-29 Facility Visit No Violations Cited
2019-09-27 Facility Visit No Violations Cited
2019-07-03 Facility Visit No Violations Cited
2019-02-19 Facility Visit No Violations Cited
2018-12-07 Facility Visit No Violations Cited
2018-07-06 Facility Visit No Violations Cited
2018-02-15 Facility Visit No Violations Cited

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