S.E.E.K. Early Learning Center specializes in early childhood education. From the earliest of learners in our infant program, through five years of age, we are diligently preparing your child for the skills necessary for success in their home, community, and beyond!Our caring and highly trained educators ensure that students are getting the most out of their day by assessing and individualizing goals and outcomes for each child. It is our goal to provide a safe and developmentally appropriate learning environment which fosters a child's natural desire to explore, discover, create, and become a lifelong learner.
S.E.E.K. Arizona has been providing therapies, after school programs, and early childhood supports to children in Arizona since 2003.
Our latest addition, the S.E.E.K. Early Learning Center (ELC), opened it's doors in 2012. Our developmental preschool program was created in response to an overwhelming demand from parents, requesting a preschool program that offered a more individualized approach to the education of their children. They required a program that would provide individualized assessments, an language rich environment with a focus on communication and social skills, and family supports in addition to a typical intensive preschool curricula - and we were happy to oblige.
Where possible, ChildcareCenter provides inspection reports as a service to families. This information is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed. We encourage families to contact the daycare provider directly with any questions or concerns, as the provider may have already addressed some or all issues. Reports can also be verified with your local daycare licensing office.
|Survey Date||Date Corrected||Rule/Statute||Title|
|Findings: Based on Surveyor's observation, the roster in the 4 year old room did not include the children's last names. The roster in the 1 year old room did not include the date.|
|Findings: Based on the Surveyor's and the Director's observations, an infant was observed in a crib. The sole staff member was across the room with the children on the area rug. The infant could not be seen in the crib by the staff since the sides of the cribs had been covered by crib blankets and sheets of paper and the infant could not be heard over the noise machine that placed next to the crib and was playing loudly.|
|Findings: Based on the Surveyor's and the Director's observations during the inspection of the infant room while an infant was doing tummy time, the following was observed: 1) The sole infant room staff was sitting on the floor in the tummy time floor area but was observed inputting the diapering changing information into the computerized application; and 2) A stuffed toy and an inflatable pool containing balls were placed in the tummy time floor space area.|
|Findings: Based on the Surveyor's review of the licensee's City of Phoenix fire inspection, it was determined the fire inspection had expired on 5/9/2020.|
|Findings: Based on the Surveyor's discussion with the Director, the Director stated that the center uses the Procare System for the parents to record their child's daily attendance. The Director further stated that the system uses either the parent's electronic fingerprint verification or the Licensee assigns the parent a Pin Code number specific to that parent. The Surevyor informed the Director that only an electronic fingerprint verification or an electronic signature may be used in place of a signature of the enrolled child ' s parent or designated individual to admit or release the enrolled child and a Pin code is not allowed.|
|Findings: Based on Surveyor's review of the licensee's submitted architectural drawing for the new requested room(#124), it was determined the architectural drawings did not include the following required information: i. The length and width dimensions for each indoor activity area; ii. The requested licensed capacity and applicable service classification for each indoor activity area; iii. The location of each diaper changing area; and iv. The location of each hand washing, utility, and three-compartment sink; toilet; urinal; and drinking fountain.|
|Findings: Based on the Surveyor's observation, the sand measured less than 3 of the required 6 inches at the base of the 2 Little Tykes slides.|
|Findings: Based on the Surveyor's inspection of the rooms during naptime, 2 occupied mats were placed less than 18 inches apart in the Preschool room.|
|Findings: Based on Surveyor's observation during the inspection of the diaper changing areas, the soiled clothing containers in the Infant room and in the 1 year old room were not equipped with a waterproof liner.|
|Findings: Based on Surveyor's observation, 2 paint brushes were stored on the diaper changing counter in the 2 year old room. A basket of art supplies, a basket of sippy cups, a roll of paper towels, a plastic bowl and a roll of exam paper were stored either on the diapering table or on top of the diapering sink counter in the 1 year old room.|
|Findings: Based on Surveyor's observation, the lesson plans posted in the 2 year old room and in the Preschool room were only the daily lesson plans and the current week's lesson plans were not posted.|
|Findings: The Surveyor observed the soiled diaper containers in the one year old room and the two year old room were stored on the floor in each of the room's bathrooms and the containers were accessible to children.|
|Findings: 1) The Director acknowledged to the Surveyor that water for human consumption is taken from the diapering sink faucets in both the one year old room and the two year old room. The Directed further stated that water is used from these faucets since the faucets had been equipped with a water filter system. The Surveyor observed that the faucets had been equipped with filters; and 2) The Surveyor observed a rack of dishes stored on the diapering counter in the two year old room. The staff acknowledged that the diapering sink had been used to wash the dishes.|
|Findings: The Surveyor observed the following: * One year old room- The soiled clothes container were stored in the bathroom and the diapering area was not equipped with a soiled clothing container; * Two year old room- The soiled clothes container were stored in the bathroom and the diapering area was not equipped with a soiled clothing container; and *Infant room- The the soiled diapering container was not equipped with a lid and the container was full of soiled diapers.|
|Findings: The Director and staff acknowledged to the Surveyor that staff were using the sinks in the one year old bathroom and the two year old bathroom to wash the children's hands after diapering, rather than using the sink at each rooms' approved diapering areas.|
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