Centralia Child Development Center, Inc.
6100 Centralia Road
Chesterfield, VA 23832
Current Inspector: Ali Metzger (804) 662-9092
Inspection Date: Dec. 6, 2017
Complaint Related: No
- Areas Reviewed:
VENDSUB-000 STAFF QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING
VENDSUB-000 PHYSICAL PLANT
VENDSUB-000 STAFFING AND SUPERVISION
VENDSUB-000 SPECIAL CARE PROVISIONS AND EMERGENCIES
VENDSUB-000 SPECIAL SERVICES
- Technical Assistance:
An exit meeting was completed by the licensing inspector with the center's director to review today's inspection findings.
A Subsidy Health and Safety inspection was conducted on on Wednesday, December 6, 2017 from approximately 10:00 am to 2:00 pm to review supplemental health and safety requirements. During this inspection, the center's director was present to accompany and assist the licensing inspector throughout this inspection. The licensing inspector was notified by staff that today is picture day. The children were observed by the licensing inspector in the various classroom settings and completing a variety of tasks to include eating their lunch, interacting with staff and peers, completing bathroom breaks, and transitioning to napping. The census for today's inspection consisted of 63 children. The staff to child ratios were deemed in compliance with licensing standards. The licensing inspector observed the children at the center participating in a variety of activities throughout this inspection. The Infants were observed by the licensing inspector in their designated area playing on the carpet with age appropriate equipment, asleep in designated cribs and bouncer seats, and interacting with staff. The diapering stations were deemed appropriate and in compliance with licensing standards. The licensing inspector observed the Toddlers eating lunch, transitioning from lunch time and completing handwashing with staff assistance. A formal observation was completed in Room 8 in which the licensing inspector observed the children sitting on the carpet with staff reading a story called Baby's Bedtime, and in the Pre-K classroom by the licensing inspector in which the children were observed sitting at the table eating lunch, and interacting with peers and staff. The children's lunch consisted of turkey and cheese sandwiches, turnip greens, fries, mandarin oranges, and milk. During this inspection, the school aged children were not present but the classroom area was inspected for compliance. The staff were observed interacting with the children and providing assistance when needed. During the inspection, the licensing inspector also interacted with children and staff in each of the classrooms when appropriate. The classrooms were equipped with age appropriate toys, and supplies to meet the children's age and stages of development. The center's classrooms, kitchen, and bathrooms were inspected today. During this inspection, the required postings were reviewed and determined to be in compliance. The following information was reviewed: daily attendance, emergency supplies, injury reports, fire, shelter-in-place and lockdown drills, and liability insurance policy. Medication is being administered, medications, and written authorizations were reviewed for the center's compliance. There were five children?s records and four staff records reviewed during this inspection. The center's first aid kit and emergency supplies were inspected.
Last emergency drill: 11/29/17
Last shelter-in-place drills: 02/24/17 & 08/30/17
Last lockdown drill: 05/05/17
A licensing inspection was also conducted this date; the two inspections combined cover all subsidy health and safety requirements. Only subsidy requirements that are not covered in licensing standards are reviewed during this supplemental inspection. Violations were found during the supplemental subsidy health and safety inspection requirements and are identified on the violation notice. If you have any questions about this inspection, please contact your licensing inspector, Tiffany Harris, at (804) 662-9772.
Standard #: VENDSUB-000-006-B-11 Description: Based on review of children's medications, the center did not ensure a written allergy care plan was obtained for a child with a diagnosed food allergy. Evidence: During this inspection, the licensing reviewed children's medication and child #1 MAT documented peanut allergies but there was no written allergy care plan found in the child's record. Plan of Correction: The center immediately contacted the child's parent and requested a written allergy care plan be faxed by the physician today.
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