ABC Kidz 3.26.13 Inspection

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Report of a standard inspection by the Ohio Department of Job and Family services at ABC Kidz Child Care on March 26, 2013.

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Ohio Department of Job & Family Services
Bureau of Child Care & Development Center Monitoring and Technical Assistance 615 W. Superior Ave. Cleveland, OH 44113 (216) 787-4958

COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE
Address County

300156
Phone Number

515 N. ABBE RD. ELYRIA, OH 44035
Inspection Date - Time Inspection Date - Time (Day 2)

LORAIN N/A
Inspection Scope

(440) 365-0027

Inspection Date - Time (Day 3)

03/26/2013 - 12:30 PM to 07:30 PM
Inspection Type

N/A
Inspection Notice

Standard

Full

Unannounced

Administrator's/Designee's signature indicates acknowledgement of the report only, not necessarily agreement with the findings.

STEPHANIE ROMANO

Date

Alyssa Anger

Date

All licensed child care providers are required to post, at a minimum, all substantiated complaint investigation allegation findings, as well as all regular inspection findings, in a conspicuous place at the center/type A home. For complete records of child care licensing inspections and complaint investigations, including all allegations, please contact the Child Care Help Desk at 1-877-302-2347 option 4, or the child care website at http://jfs.ohio.gov/CDC/childcare.stm for a public records request. Note: All Findings/Corrections printed in RED are considered serious risk violations. Documenting Statements, Supplemental Information and Rationales may be included in this report; this information is provided for technical assistance, and may not be associated with any Out of Compliance items. A serious risk noncompliance finding may impact a quality-rated program's SUTQ rating.

License/Approvals
5101:2-12-07: Inspection and Investigation Rights 5101:2-12-09: Application Denial/License Revocation 5104.02/5104.04: License/Report Posted
License Location Report Location

In Compliance Compliance Not Verified In Compliance

Front Entry

Front Entry

Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
The license and all inspection reports were posted as required.

5101:2-12-03: License Capacity (E)
License Capacity Totals Full Time Current Enrollment Part Time Totals

In Compliance

Age Group Infant Younger Toddlers Under 30 Months Older Toddlers Preschool Schoolage Totals: Staff Needed:

9 14 21 11 20 12 58 10 66

3 0 0 3 28 34

12 14 26 11 23 40 100

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

March 26, 2013
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COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE

300156

License/Approvals
Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
The center was operating within their license capacity limits. The center is open 24 hours, Sunday through Saturday. Attendance records indicate the center does not exceed their license capacity limits during any time of the day or evening hours.

5101:2-12-10: Building Approval (E)
Building Department

In Compliance

City of Elyria

Structure Name

Use Group

Approval Date

Occupancy Limit

I CAN Enrichment Center

E

12/18/2008

105

5101:2-12-11: Fire Department Approval (E)
Approval Type Approval Date

In Compliance

Annual Inspection

02/19/2013

Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
PLEASE NOTE: An annual fire inspection approval must be secured for the center. Secure a new approval by 2/19/14. Please submit the written approval to this office as soon as it is received.

5101:2-12-12: Food Service Licensure/Food Catered
License/Exemption Health Department

In Compliance

Class 2

Elyria City

Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
The food service license was observed posted. Following is the audit number and date: 9679766 / expires 3.1.14.

Space/Program
5101:2-12-13: Indoor Floor Space

In Compliance

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

March 26, 2013
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COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE

300156

Space/Program
Room Area

puple room (infants) green room (toddlers) blue room (toddlers) red room (preschool) yellow room (ps/school-age)
Total Area:

399 Sq. Ft. 367 Sq. Ft. 440 Sq. Ft. 505 Sq. Ft. 362 Sq. Ft. 2073 Sq. Ft.

Total Children: 59 (The number of children permitted is based on the total square footage.)

5101:2-12-13: Separation of Infants and Toddlers Under 2 1/2 Yrs
Room Area Children Allowed

Out of Compliance

purple room (infants) green room (toddlers) blue room (toddlers)

399 Sq. Ft. 367 Sq. Ft. 440 Sq. Ft.

11 10 12

Code
The rule requires a separate space for groups that include children who are less than two and one-half years of age. This space must be separated by a continuous barrier that is at least 36 inches in height and must be separate from space used for groups of older children. At least 35 square feet of floor space for each child per room or area must be provided.

Findings/Corrections
On the day of inspection, it was observed that the toddler group was occupying space not previously approved by the department for children less than two and one-half years of age. Building and fire department approvals do not prohibit the use of this space for children less than two and one-half years. Please submit a statement that in the future any room changes will be submitted in writing to this office prior to relocating groups which include children less than two and one-half years of age.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

It was observed that 13 children were in attendance in the toddler room at one time. The floor space allows for 12 children in this room. The center needs to reduce the number of children in attendance so there are 35 square feet of space for each child. Please submit a written statement to this office which indicates corrective action taken.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

5101:2-12-14: Onsite Outdoor Play Space (*)
Play Space Area Children Allowed

Out of Compliance

fenced in area

1422 Sq. Ft.

23

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

March 26, 2013
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COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE

300156

Space/Program
Code
This rule requires that the center have a safe outdoor play space that is protected from traffic and other hazards which provides at least 60 square feet of space for each of the children using it at any one time. The center’s program must provide an opportunity for daily outdoor play for toddlers, preschool children and school children who are in attendance more than four consecutive daylight hours, and for any school children attending after school care for more than two hours. When a group of children is outdoors, the child-care staff member in charge must be able to summon a second adult so that the group is not left unsupervised. Children must have access to bathrooms and drinking water.

Findings/Corrections
During this inspection, it was observed that there were no provisions for the storage of accumulated trash, rubbish or garbage outside the outdoor play area. Immediately remove trash from the outdoor play area. Please submit a written plan which describes the location for trash storage and the plan to maintain compliance with this rule.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

5101:2-12-14: Outdoor Play Equipment 5101:2-12-14: Outdoor Play Fall Surface Code
This rule requires equipment designed for climbing, swinging and sliding have a fall zone of protective and resilient material on the ground under and around the equipment. For equipment over twelve inches in height, the resilient material depth needs to meet the specifications outlined in Appendix A of this rule. Equipment can not be placed over any hard surface, including grass, concrete, asphalt, blacktop, dirt, or rocks. Synthetic surfaces shall follow manufacturer’s guidelines for depth. The loose fill material used for ground cover, such as mulch must be turned over or raked monthly.

In Compliance
Out of Compliance

Findings/Corrections
During the inspection, it was observed that the center's playground did not have an adequate fall surface, in that the depth did not meet the specifications outlined in Appendix A of this rule for the mulch. Additional resilient material needs to be added, as specified in Appendix A, in order to protect children in the event of a fall. Please submit written verification of the discontinued use of this equipment until corrections are made along with a written description of the additional resilient material added for compliance with this rule.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

5101:2-12-14: Parks/Indoor Play Space 5101:2-12-15.3: Smoke Free Environment Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
No smoking was allowed on the premises, and the notice stating that smoking is prohibited was observed posted in a conspicuous place.

N/A In Compliance

5101:2-12-17: Swimming and Water Safety (*) 5101:2-12-18: Transportation Procedural Requirements (*)

N/A
Out of Compliance

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

March 26, 2013
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COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE

300156

Space/Program
Code
This rule requires certain safety precautions be followed whenever children are transported or walked off the center's premises for either field trips or routine trips. This rule includes requirements for the vehicle driver, child restraint systems, and items to be taken on the trips, such as a first aid kit and information on the children. Written parental permission that contains specific information is required before a child may be taken off the center premises. Each child shall wear identification that includes the center's name, address, and telephone number except for routine trips to and from home or school. The rule also requires that a person trained in first aid, management of communicable disease and CPR be present at the field trip site. A person trained in first aid/management of communicable disease must be on the vehicle used for routine trips.

Findings/Corrections
During the inspection, it was observed that a person trained in first aid and management of communicable diseases did not accompany the children on the vehicle during a routine trip to school. A fully trained person must be present with the children for all routine trips. Please send a written statement to this office which indicates who will accompany the children on routine trips. Also include documentation of the required trainings, if not already verified by this department, or specific dates the training is scheduled.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

The following items need to be taken on routine trips and field trips: 1. First aid supplies (those vehicles inspected by Ohio state highway patrol shall maintain supplies for that agency); 2. Enrollment and health information (except routine walks); 3. Medical/physical care plan and supplies needed for children with health conditions; 4. List of children on the trip; 5. Identification for each child (except routine trips to and from school or home); 6. A working cellular phone or other means of immediate communication (not to be used while a vehicle is in motion). During the inspection, it was determined item number(s) 1; 2 were missing. All the required items must be taken on all future trips. Please send a written statement that verifies corrective action taken.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

5101:2-12-18.2: Transportation/Driver Requirements (*) Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
The employee(s) used to transport children completed the transportation safety training and had documentation of the training on file.

In Compliance

5101:2-12-18.1: Transportation/Vehicle Requirements (*) Code

Out of Compliance

This rule requires centers to use vehicles that are mechanically safe when transporting children on routine trips or field trips. Annual safety checks done by an ASE certified mechanic, using the JFS 01230 "Vehicle Inspection Report" form, or vehicle sticker issued by the Ohio state highway patrol, are required of center operated and contracted vehicles (except school buses and multifunctional school activity buses), in addition to weekly inspections conducted by the center staff.

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

March 26, 2013
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COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE

300156

Space/Program
Findings/Corrections - Serious Risk
During the inspection, it was determined that the vehicle(s) used by the center to transport children (Chrysler and Kia) did not have verification on file to document the completion of an annual safety check, as required. The vehicle(s) must be inspected by an ASE certified mechanic or other approved entity, and the inspection must be documented on the prescribed Vehicle Inspection Report form. Please submit copies of the inspection(s) to this office to verify compliance.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

During the inspection, it was determined an annual safety check of the vehicle(s) used by the center dated 1/31/12 (Ford) had expired. Using the Vehicle Inspection Report form, submit documentation of the updated inspection to this office to verify completion.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

Findings/Corrections
During the inspection, it was determined that the center had not performed and documented weekly inspections of one of three vehicles used for transporting children. The weekly inspection needs to include the following; 1. A visual inspection of the tires for wear and tire pressure; 2. A visual inspection of headlights, taillights, signals, mirrors, wiper blades, and dash gauges; 3. An inspection for properly functioning child and driver restraints; 4. An inspection for properly functioning doors and windows; 5. An inspection for, and cleaning of, debris from inside the vehicle. Please submit written documentation verifying the most recent weekly inspection(s), as well as a written statement to this office which indicates the plan for continued compliance.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

5101:2-12-23: Evening and Overnight Care (Between 7:00 PM - 6:00 AM) Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
At the time of the inspection, adequate indoors and outdoors lighting was provided during evening hours. There was a conversation with the administrator regarding the need to monitor the consistency of the working outdoor lights. Appropriate sleeping arrangements were being provided. The program of activities prior to bedtime was appropriate for the children. Children had clean, individually labeled hygiene items provided by the center, which were viewed being stored in a sanitary manner. There was a conversation with the administrator regarding the daily use of the individual washcloths and toothbrushes. Please be reminded these items must be used daily for all children applicable in the center's evening program.

In Compliance

Classroom
5101:2-12-15: Safe Indoor Equipment/Environment (*) Code
This rule requires the center to provide a safe environment for the children, including safe furniture, materials, equipment and surroundings.

Out of Compliance

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

March 26, 2013
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COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE

300156

Classroom
Findings/Corrections - Serious Risk
During the inspection, it was observed that a space heater was in use in the administrator's office which had not been approved by a fire official. The use of this space heater must be discontinued until approval for its use has been obtained. Please submit the written fire approval for use of this space heater or a written statement that the space heater is no longer being used at the center.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

Findings/Corrections
Children in care shall be protected from any items and conditions which threaten their health, safety, and well-being. During the inspection, the following equipment was observed to be in need of repair or hazardous to children: one crib was observed to be broken and unstable. The equipment must be repaired. Please submit a written statement which itemizes repairs completed or items removed, and replacement items obtained.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

5101:2-12-15: Sanitary Indoor Equipment/Environment 5101:2-12-15.4: Toothbrushing 5101:2-12-16: Programming Environment Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
On the day of the inspection, developmentally-appropriate practices were observed in the infant; toddler; preschool; school child classroom. Daily schedules were observed posted.

In Compliance In Compliance In Compliance

5101:2-12-16: Equipment/Materials Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
Sufficient equipment was observed in all categories.

In Compliance

5101:2-12-19: Cots
Cots Needed Cots Verified Mats Verified for School Age

In Compliance

43

43

N/A

Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
Cots were placed appropriately and safely during nap time. Cots were assigned individually by a number system. The rest area had adequate lighting, which allowed for the visual supervision of children.

5101:2-12-20: Staff/Child Ratios (E)

In Compliance

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

March 26, 2013
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COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE

300156

Classroom
Ratios Age Group Observation Notes

3:5 2 : 13 1 : 11 2 : 11 1:1 1:3 1:5 1:1 2:6 2 : 12 2 : 16 1 : 10

< 12 Months 18 Months < 30 Months 3 Years < 4 Years 4 Years < 5 Years School Age < 11 Years School Age < 11 Years School Age < 11 Years School Age < 11 Years < 12 Months 18 Months < 30 Months 3 Years < 4 Years School Age < 11 Years

1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd

Danielle; Marissa; Tracy NapTime; Tiara; Rebecca NapTime; Chelsey NapTime; Kristin; Jamie routine trip; Tiffany routine trip; Heather routine trip; Tracy Alyssa Danielle; Marissa Kathy; Tiara Chelsey; Hannah Jamie

Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
Staff/child ratios observed during the inspection were in compliance.

5101:2-12-20: Group Size (*) Code

Out of Compliance

This rule requires children to be organized in groups to give continuity of care and supervision to children on a day by day basis. Children shall not be moved from one group to another to maintain staff/child ratios. The following group sizes shall be maintained by the center: 2:12 infants 2:14 toddlers 18 to 30 months of age 2:16 toddlers 30 to 36 months of age 2:24 preschoolers 3 years of age 2:28 preschoolers 4 and 5 years of age 2:36 school children < 11 years of age 2:40 school children > 11 years of age Children may be transitioned into the next age group as long as the following are met: there is room in the group; the staff/child ratio and group size are maintained; there is a procedure for listing these children on the attendance records, which includes the specific days and times they are in either group; and a written transition agreement is available in the classroom with each transitioning child.

Findings/Corrections
During the inspection, it was determined that a procedure for listing a transitioning child on attendance records, which includes the specific days and times the child is with either group, was not in place. This procedure must be established and implemented. Please submit a copy of this procedure and written assurance staff have been trained and will implement this on the attendance records.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

5101:2-12-20: Supervision (E) Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
Child-care staff members were observed properly supervising the children and were able to intervene as needed.

In Compliance

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

March 26, 2013
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COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE

300156

Classroom
5101:2-12-21: Care/Nurturing of Children (*) Code
This rule requires that child-care staff be responsible for the well-being and safety of each child in the group to which the child-care staff member is assigned, and for meeting each child’s basic and special needs. When a child with special needs receives care at the center, staff shall implement practices supportive of the child’s individual developmental needs. Diapers must be checked regularly and any wet or soiled diapers and/or clothing must be changed immediately. The center’s staff shall protect or remove children from a person or situation that is determined to be unsafe. The rule also requires staff to immediately report their suspicions of child abuse or neglect to their local children’s protective services agency.

Out of Compliance

Findings/Corrections
During the inspection, it was observed that the infant crib, which was assigned to an infant, had glitter on the crib mattress from an art project that was placed above the crib and hung to dry, and the glitter from the art project fell into the infant's crib, which posed a choking hazard. The manufacturer's label on the glitter bottled stated "possible choking hazard for children under 3 years old". Children shall not be exposed to possible choking hazards. Please submit a written statement to this office which describes actions taken.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

5101:2-12-22: Child Guidance/Management (*) Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
Appropriate child guidance and management techniques were observed being used during the inspection.

In Compliance

5101:2-12-34: Medical/Dental/General Emergency Plan (*) Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
On the day of this inspection, the complete prescribed medical, dental, and general emergency plan(s) were posted in the center as required. Posted documentation for completed fire and weather emergency drills was verified during this inspection.

In Compliance

Staffing/Attendance
5101:2-12-20: Children Combined When No More Than 12 on Premises 5101:2-12-20: Second Adult 5101:2-12-20: Attendance 5101:2-12-20: Substitutes Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
The center had available substitutes listed on the Employee Record Chart.

N/A N/A In Compliance In Compliance

Staff Requirements

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

March 26, 2013
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COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE

300156

Staff Requirements
5101:2-12-24: Administrator Responsibilities/Time On-Site (E)
Posted Location Designee

In Compliance

Parent Board

Tracy Porter

5101:2-12-24: Administrator Qualifications (E)
Administrator(s) Qualifications Rules Course Completed

In Compliance

ALYSSA ANGER

College/CD Courses

Yes

5101:2-12-25: Child-Care Staff Educational Requirements (E) Code

Out of Compliance

This rule requires that a child-care staff member have verification on file by the first day of employment of a minimum of a high school education or the equivalent, and be at least 18 years of age. For vocational students, verification the student is enrolled in the second year of a child-care training program shall be on file. A parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the center that is acting as a child-care staff member shall also meet the requirements of this rule.

Findings/Corrections
In review of the staffs' records, it was determined that verification of a high school education was not on file for 1 of 17 child-care staff as required. Refer to the Employee Record Chart for the name of any child-care staff whose verification was not on file. Please secure and submit copies of the educational verification for these individuals to this office to verify corrective action taken.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

5101:2-12-25: Employee Records (*) Code

Out of Compliance

This rule requires that the center shall secure by the first day of employment and maintain on file for review, information for each employee which includes the following: 1. A current medical examination from a licensed physician, a physician’s assistant, advanced practice nurse or a certified nurse practitioner dated within twelve months prior to the first day of employment. 2. A statement signed by the employee which verifies the administrator has reviewed the licensing rules, the center’s parent/employee policies and procedures and the center’s medical, dental and general emergency plan; 3. Employment records which document the days and hours worked, duties, and group assignments, if applicable, for current employees as well as those who have left the center’s employment within the past three years.; 4. Within ninety days of employment, all child-care staff members need to have documentation of completed orientation training.

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

March 26, 2013
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COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE

300156

Staff Requirements
Findings/Corrections
During the inspection, it was determined that completed medical examination statement(s) for 1 of 17 employees was not on file, as required by this rule. Please submit a copy of the medical statements for those employees listed on the Employee Record Chart and a written plan for continued compliance.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

During the inspection, it was determined that completed medical examination statement(s) for 1 of 17 employees was not completed within 12 months prior to date of hire, as required by this rule. Please submit a copy of the medical statements for those employees listed on the Employee Record Chart and a written plan for continued compliance.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

During the inspection, it was observed that a complete employee statement which verified review of the licensing rules and the review and receipt of the center's policies and procedures and medical, dental, and a general emergency plan, was not on file for each employee as required. Refer to the Employee Record Chart for the names of any staff who did not have a statement on file. Please secure the statement(s) and submit a copy to this office to verify compliance. Corrected during inspection.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

During the inspection it was determined that the administrator or designee had not conducted orientation training for new child-care staff employed at the center. The rule requires the administrator or designee to present an orientation training covering all topics pertaining to the center, using the outline prepared by the department. Please forward your written plan of corrective action taken.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

5101:2-12-26: Statement of Nonconviction and Criminal Records Checks (E) Code

Out of Compliance

The rule requires that all employees, second adults and owners annually sign a nonconviction statement as a screening measure, which secures the employees' assurance that they have not been convicted of specific crimes that bar child-care employment or had a child removed from their care. The prescribed form lists the specific crimes on the reverse side so that staff can have full knowledge of the barred offenses prior to signing the form. The rule also requires that each employer submit requests for BCII and FBI criminal records checks to the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation prior to hiring an individual. The BCII is then required every four years thereafter. Both the BCII and FBI criminal records checks are required every four years for administrators and individual owners.

Findings/Corrections
In review of the employees' records, it was determined that Statements of Nonconviction signed by the administrator was missing the back side of the form that lists the barred offenses. Refer to the Employee Record Chart which indicates all employees who need to re-sign the complete form. Please forward a copy of the completed form for each employee as verification of compliance. Corrected during inspection.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

5101:2-12-27: FA/Disease Management/CPR/Child Abuse Prevention (*) Code

Out of Compliance

This rule requires that child-care centers have at least one child-care staff member readily accessible in each building used by the center, during all hours of operation who has currently valid training in the following: First Aid, Management of Communicable Disease, Infant/Child Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), and Child Abuse Recognition and Prevention.

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

March 26, 2013
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COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE

300156

Staff Requirements
Findings/Corrections
In review of the staff records, it was determined that at least one child-care staff member with currently valid training in First Aid was not scheduled to be on the premises from 4:00 A.M. to 6:00 A.M., as required, in that the training taken by staff (indicated on the Employee Record Chart) had expired as it is valid for only three years. Arrangements must be made to ensure a trained child-care staff member is on the premises during all hours of operation. Pleae submit a written plan for compliance to this office which includes documentation (either cards from an approved health organization or the prescribed inservice training forms) of any additional training completed by child-care staff.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

In review of the child-care staffs' records, it was determined that at least one child-care staff member with currently valid Infant and Child; Adult CPR training was not scheduled to be on the center's premises from 4:00 A.M. to 6:00 A.M., as required, in that the training taken by staff had expired as indicated on the Employee Record Chart. Arrangements must be made to ensure a child-care staff member with currently valid training is on the premises during all hours of operation. Please submit a written plan for compliance to this office which includes documentation (either cards from an approved health organization or the prscribed inservice training forms) for additional training completed by the center's child-care staff members.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

5101:2-12-28: Inservice Training (*) Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
At the time of the inspection, all staff were current with inservice training.

In Compliance

Center Policies
5101:2-12-29: Nondiscriminatory Practices 5101:2-12-30: Center Information/Policies/Procedures 5101:2-12-31: Administration of Medication Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
The center had complete written documentation for administering medication or food supplements. Medication was stored: in the kitchen.

In Compliance In Compliance In Compliance

5101:2-12-33: Management of Illness 5104.011: Unlimited Access

In Compliance In Compliance

Emergency Planning
5101:2-12-35: Incident/Injury Reporting Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
The requirements for completing incident/injury reports and the requirements for forwarding reports to the licensing office were discussed during the inspection.

In Compliance

5101:2-12-36: First Aid Supplies/Procedures (*)

In Compliance March 26, 2013
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Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE

300156

Emergency Planning
Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
The center had a complete first aid kit readily available at the center.

Children's Records
5101:2-12-37: Medical/Enrollment Records Code
Each child attending the center, except those children who are attending a grade of kindergarten or above in an elementary school, shall have a medical statement on file within 30 days of the child's date of admission. The medical statement must have a date of examination within the 12 months preceding the child's date of enrollment and be updated every 13 months after the examination date. The form prescribed by the department, JFS 01234 "Child Enrollment and Health Information", shall be used to secure enrollment, health, and emergency transportation information for children. The completed forms for each child who attends must be maintained on file at the center and updated annually.

Out of Compliance

Findings/Corrections
In review of 25% of the children's records, it was determined that the prescribed enrollment and health form (revised 9/2011) was not being used, as required, to secure health, enrollment and emergency information on children. Please begin the implementation of the prescribed form, and submit a written plan which describes how children's enrollment information will be updated on this form. Upon completion, please forward a statement which confirms the prescribed forms are on file for all children enrolled.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

5101:2-12-38: Care Plan for Children with Health Conditions Code

Out of Compliance

The rule requires a child-care center that provides care for children who have health conditions or who require medical procedures to do so in accordance with a written, detailed Medical/Physical Care plan.

Findings/Corrections - Serious Risk
When a child's health condition requires a medical/physical procedure be performed, only child-care staff members trained by the parent/guardian or certified professional are permitted to perform the procedure. A trained child-care staff member must be on the premises , or accompany any group on a routine or field trip, whenever the child who requires the treatment is present. During the inspection, it was observed that the procedure had been performed by a staff person who had not received the training. Please submit a revised Medical/Physical Care Plan which indicates the newly trained child-care staff members.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

A written, signed and dated Medical/Physical Care Plan must be on file for any child having health conditions which require medical procedures be performed at the center. It was determined that the required written information was not on file for the child indicated on the Children's Records Review form, which would allow child-care staff members to perform a medical/physical procedure. Please secure this information and submit a copy of the completed Medical/Physical Care Plan(s) to verify compliance.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

Handwashing and Infant/Toddler Care
5101:2-12-15.1: Handwashing and Standard Precautions (*) Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
Appropriate handwashing by staff was observed during the inspection.

In Compliance

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

March 26, 2013
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COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE

300156

Handwashing and Infant/Toddler Care
5101:2-12-15.2: Diapering and Toilet Training (*) Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
Appropriate diaper changing procedures were observed during the inspection in the toddler room(s).

In Compliance

5101:2-12-40: Infant Daily Program (*)
Daily Record

Out of Compliance

Yes

Code
This rule requires that the center provide a daily program of activities suitable to the age and abilities of the infants in care. Additionally, this rule requires that infants have a safe and comfortable play space that is separate from sleeping quarters. Cribs must be set apart from the play space by a safe, and sturdy physical barrier so that children do not have access to the sleeping area for play activities. The barrier should not impair the supervision of infants by child care staff, and provide for safe access. For infants up to 18 months of age, a daily written record documenting the child's day must be provided to parents.

Findings/Corrections
During this inspection, it was observed that the barrier separating the sleep and play space was not sturdy. Please provide a safe and sturdy separation barrier that meets the requirements of this rule, which allows for adequate supervision by sight and hearing, and submit written documentation of the corrective action taken.
Compliance Response Due by: 04/25/13

5101:2-12-40: Infant Care Giver Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
Child-care staff members were assigned to each group of infants, and parents had been notified of the assignment.

In Compliance

5101:2-12-41: Infant Food/Formula Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
All surfaces used for the preparation of food were maintained in a sanitary manner.

In Compliance

5101:2-12-42: Cribs (*)
Porta-cribs Full-sized Cribs

In Compliance

8

3

Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
All cribs were spaced two feet apart. All cribs were labeled with the assigned infant's name.

Food/Nutrition
5101:2-12-39: Intervals of Meals/Snacks

In Compliance March 26, 2013
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Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
Name License Number

ABC KIDZ CHILDCARE

300156

Food/Nutrition
5101:2-12-39: Requirements for Meals/Snacks Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
Meals served at the center included foods from the four food groups in sufficient amounts. The center served the following: supper (tuna fish sandwich on white bread; corn; applesauce; milk).

In Compliance

5101:2-12-39: Menus 5101:2-12-39: Requirements for Food Provided by Parents 5101:2-12-39: Food Safety and Sanitation Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
Food was stored in a safe and sanitary manner. Surfaces, appliances and kitchen equipment were kept clean and in good repair. There was a conversation with the administrator regarding the current status of the center's compliance with the fire department and building department regarding hood ventilation system in the kitchen. Please continue to keep the department well informed of the status of this situation.

In Compliance N/A In Compliance

5101:2-12-39: Infant Formula and Toddler Milk Documenting Statements/Supplemental Information
During the inspection, all infants and toddlers between the ages of 12 and 24 months were served whole homogenized vitamin D fortified cows milk, as required.

In Compliance

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services

March 26, 2013
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