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L and E Bright Future Child Day Center
3794 Virginia Beach Boulevard
Virginia beach, VA 23452
(757) 340-2125

Current Inspector: Arlene Agustin (804) 629-7519

Inspection Date: May 7, 2018 and May 14, 2018

Complaint Related: No

Areas Reviewed:
22VAC40-191 Background Checks (22VAC40-191)

Technical Assistance:
USDA food guidance counts mixed fruit as only 1 food group component, thus a second fruit or a vegetable must must be served. Mixed vegetables also count as only one food group component. When mixed vegetables are served, a second vegetable or fruit must be served. Attention must be paid to the required grain servings. Chicken nuggets usually do not contain enough grain in the coating to meet USDA grain requirements. Another source of grain would need to be served.

An unannounced, mandated monitoring inspection was begun on 05/07/2018. The inspector arrived at 12:02 PM and departed at 2:40 PM. The inspection could not be completed as, due to staffing needs, the program director nor any other staff was available to retrieve staff or children's records without placing the classrooms out of ratio or unsupervised. The site inspection was continued on 05/14/2018. The inspector arrived at 11:00 AM and departed at . Seven staff records and a sample size of five children's records were reviewed. It was reported that no medication is administered to children in care. No children's injuries were reported. An exit meeting was conducted with the program director prior to closure of the inspection.

Standard #: 22VAC40-185-130-B
Description: Based upon review of five children's records, the facility has not ensured that they have obtained documentation of additional immunizations once every six months for children under the age of two years. Evidence: 1. The most recent documentation of immunizations in the record provided for child 5, who is under the age of two years, is dated 5/10/17. 2. Staff 1 was unable to provide documentation of a more recent update of immunizations for child 5.

Plan of Correction: The facility responded with the following: The parent will be notified that documentation of updated immunizations must be brought in at least every six months. The records for all children under the age of two years will be checked to ensure that updated immunizations are documented.

Standard #: 22VAC40-185-270-A
Description: Based upon observation on 5/7/18, the facility has not ensured that areas inside and outside are maintained to be safe. Evidence: 1. There is a rusted area with peeling paint on the exterior of the door from the middle two year old classroom. The paint on the wooden riling by the stairs is also peeling. 2. When preparing for nap time, staff 2 was observed placed unopened plastic tall kitchen trash bags on the cots between the cots and the fitted sheets. The plastic bags are potential suffocation hazards.

Plan of Correction: The facility responded with the following: 1. The rusted door and the wooden railing will be sanded and repainted. 2. For sanitation purposes, large, thick shower curtains will be purchased to be placed under the cots/mats of children who have accidents during nap time so that the carpeting is not soiled. The shower curtains can be disinfected, as necessary when soiled.

Standard #: 22VAC40-185-350-C
Description: Based on observation and staff interview on 5/7/18, the center failed to ensure when children are regularly in ongoing mixed age groups, the staff-to-children ratio applicable to the youngest child in the group shall apply to the entire group. Evidence: When the inspector arrived at 12:02 PM, there were 18 children of mixed ages from infancy through five years in care with 2 staff (staff 1 and staff 2) present. At 12:06, staff 3 came from the bathroom and took three infants under the age of 16 months into the infant classroom, leaving 15 children from 21 months through 5 years in care with 2 staff (staff 1 and staff 2). The facility did not meet the requirement of 1 staff to every 5 children in this mixed age grouping. The required ratio remained out of compliance until 1:10 PM, at which time six children ages 21 months - 2 years napped in one classroom with staff 2 supervising and the remaining 9 children, ages 3 years through 5 years napped with staff 1 supervising them. 2. Staff 1 stated that one staff person had recently gone on maternity leave and another staff who was at the facility in the early AM would be returning later in the afternoon.

Plan of Correction: The facility responded with the following: Staffing patterns have been restructured and new staff have been hired to ensure that ratios remain always in compliance.

Standard #: 22VAC40-185-450-A
Description: Based upon observation, the facility has not ensured that cots and rest mats have linens consisting of a top and bottom cover or a one-piece covering that is open on three edges. Evidence: The cots at nap time on 5/7/18 and 5/14/18 were covered with fitted sheets. The children did not have top covers.

Plan of Correction: The facility responded with the following: Top covers will be purchased for use at nap time.

Standard #: 22VAC40-185-560-M
Description: Based upon observation of lunch service on 5/7/18 and 5/14/18, the facility has not ensured that staff sit with children during meal times. Evidence: 1. The inspector arrived at the facility at 12:02 PM on 5/7/18. Fifteen children, ages 21 months through 5 years, were sitting at tables or in low high chairs. Staff 1 and staff 2 began serving lunch to the children, followed by serving milk when the children had finished eating. Neither staff 1 nor staff 2 sat with the children while they were eating. 2. Lunch service was observed on 5/14/18. All children except the infants were served in the large classroom. None of the three staff on duty sat with the children while they ate.

Plan of Correction: The facility responded with the following: Once staff will be responsible for serving the lunch and other staff on duty will sit at a table with the children guiding them while they eat meals.


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