Cary Adult Home
7336 Cary Avenue
Gloucester, VA 23061
Current Inspector: Willie Barnes (757) 439-6815
Inspection Date: Jan. 31, 2019
Complaint Related: Yes
- Areas Reviewed:
22VAC40-73 ADMINISTRATION AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
22VAC40-73 RESIDENT CARE AND RELATED SERVICES
The licensing inspector for Cary Avenue Adult Home conducted an unannounced complaint inspection in response to a complaint that received by the licensing office on 1/14/2019. Licensing inspector conducted Interviews with residents and staff relating to the allegation that residents not getting personal needs allowances. The information gathered during the investigation does support the allegation, so the complaint is determined to be ?valid.? Licensing inspector discussed with the administrator the violations resulting from this complaint investigation. If you have any questions, contact your licensing inspector at (757) 404-3507.
Standard #: 22VAC40-73-80 Complaint related: Yes Description: Based on record and interview, the facility failed to ensure that the resident's funds be made available to the resident upon request. Evidence: On 1/16/2019, licensing interview with staff #1 and resident #1 revealed that the custodian of the resident fund account had to go out of town for emergency. When resident #1 requested personal funds the weekend of 12/12/2018; there was no one at the facility to provide the residents there funds. A review of the resident funds accounts confirmed no funds were given the weekend of 12/12/2018. Plan of Correction: Resident funds are disbursed the 15th of each month. Client was given $30 Dec 14th until funds were straight with JFS (Jewish Fam Svcs). All funds were disbursed to client Jan15, 2110.
Standard #: 22VAC40-73-660-A Complaint related: No Description: Based on observation and interview, the facility failed to ensure medications are stored in a locked area. Evidence: 1. During the inspection, the Licensing Inspector observed the following medications located on top of a cubicle shelf located in staff #1?s office: a. 1 bubble package of Guanfacine HCl 1mg, 1 bubble package of Hydroxyzine 25mg, 2 bubble packages of Lithium Carbonate ER 300, 2 bubble packages Hydroxyzine 25mg, and 1 bubble package of Quetiapine 300mg. Each bubble package contained 31 out of 31 pills. b. 1 box of Advair diskus 250/50. 2. During interview, staff #1 stated the medications were going to be picked up. Staff #1 acknowledged the aforementioned medications were not stored in a locked area. Plan of Correction: Staff #1 was in office at all times when meds were on cubicle shelf. It was time for pharmacy pickup for those meds. Staff #1 locks office when not in office. All meds will remain locked up at all times.
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