The Community Action Organization Of Erie County, Inc. - Cheektowaga NY Day Care Center

1653 Kensington Ave., Cheektowaga NY 14215
(716) 836-2021

About the Provider

Description: We help families improve the quality of their lives and achieve self-sufficiency. We provide comprehensive services to families, children, and individuals throughout Erie County. Our mission is to provide programs and services that support the emotional and financial well-being of our community.

Additional Information: This facility is authorized to administer medications; Initial License Date: 10/5/2011;

Program and Licensing Details

  • Capacity: 129
  • License Number: 713309
  • Age Range: Total Capacity: 129;Infants: 0;Toddlers: 0;Preschool: 129;School age: 0;
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: No
  • Schools Served: Cleveland Hill School District
  • District Office: Buffalo Regional Office
  • District Office Phone: (716) 847-3828 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Date Regulation Status
2017-12-07 418-1.5(a) Corrected
Brief Description: Suitable precautions must be taken to eliminate all conditions in areas accessible to children which pose a safety or health hazard.
2017-12-07 418-1.8(a) Corrected
Brief Description: Children cannot be left without competent supervision at any time. Competent supervision includes awareness of and responsibility for the ongoing activity of each child. It requires that all children be within a teacher's range of vision and that the teacher be near enough to respond when redirection or intervention strategies are needed. Competent supervision must take into account the child's age emotional, physical, and cognitive development.
2017-12-07 418-1.11(a)(2) Corrected
Brief Description: The written medical statement from the health care provider must also state whether the child is a child with special health care needs and, if so, what special provisions, if any, will be necessary in order for the child to participate in child day care. When the written statement from the health care provider advises the day care program that the child being enrolled is a child with special health care needs, the day care program must work together with the parent and the child's health care provider to develop a reasonable health care plan for the child while the child is in the child day care program. The health care plan for the child must also address how the day care program will obtain or develop any additional competencies that the staff will need to have in order to carry out the health care plan for the child.
2017-12-07 418-1.11(c)(1) Corrected
Brief Description: The licensee must prepare a health care plan on forms furnished by the Office. Such plan must protect and promote the health of children. The health care plan must be on site, followed by all staff and available upon demand by a parent or the Office. In those instances in which the program will administer medications, the health care plan must also be approved by the program's health care consultant unless the only medications to be administered are:
2017-12-07 418-1.15(b)(14) Corrected
Brief Description: The program must immediately notify the parent and Office upon learning of the death, serious incident, serious injury, serious condition, communicable illness, or transportation to a hospital, of a child which occurred while the child was in care at the program or was being transported by the program. A serious incident includes any event in which a child requires medical attention other than routine illness, is left without competent supervision for any period of time, or leaves the program without an approved teacher or designated person.
2017-10-17 418-1.14(n) Corrected
Brief Description: Every director, teacher, and volunteer with the potential for regular and substantial contact with children in care must complete Office-approved training that complies with the federal minimum health and safety pre-service or three-month orientation period training requirements.
2017-09-06 418-1.11(a)(2) Corrected
Brief Description: The written medical statement from the health care provider must also state whether the child is a child with special health care needs and, if so, what special provisions, if any, will be necessary in order for the child to participate in child day care. When the written statement from the health care provider advises the day care program that the child being enrolled is a child with special health care needs, the day care program must work together with the parent and the child's health care provider to develop a reasonable health care plan for the child while the child is in the child day care program. The health care plan for the child must also address how the day care program will obtain or develop any additional competencies that the staff will need to have in order to carry out the health care plan for the child.
2017-09-06 418-1.11(c)(1) Corrected
Brief Description: The licensee must prepare a health care plan on forms furnished by the Office. Such plan must protect and promote the health of children. The health care plan must be on site, followed by all staff and available upon demand by a parent or the Office. In those instances in which the program will administer medications, the health care plan must also be approved by the program's health care consultant unless the only medications to be administered are:
2017-05-31 418-1.15(b)(14) Corrected
Brief Description: The program must immediately notify the parent and Office upon learning of the death, serious incident, serious injury, serious condition, communicable illness, or transportation to a hospital, of a child which occurred while the child was in care at the program or was being transported by the program. A serious incident includes any event in which a child requires medical attention other than routine illness, is left without competent supervision for any period of time, or leaves the program without an approved teacher or designated person.
2016-12-05 418-1.7(a)(1) Corrected
Brief Description: The program must establish and implement a daily schedule of program activities that offers reasonable regularity in routines, including snack and meal periods, nap and rest periods, indoor activities, outdoor play time and a variety of large muscle activities throughout the day. There must be physical activity, appropriate to the ages of the children in care, every day.

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