Ms. Kimberly Glover
12 Scott Drive
Hampton, VA 23661
Current Inspector: Tiffany Harris (757) 403-3045
Inspection Date: Aug. 22, 2017
Complaint Related: No
- Areas Reviewed:
VENDHOM-000 Caregiver Qualifications and Training
VENDHOM-000 Physical Plant
VENDHOM-000 Caregivers and Supervision
VENDHOM-000 Special Care Provisions & Emergencies
VENDHOM-000 Special Services
Licensing Inspector arrived at 9:30am and departed at 12:15pm to conduct a Subsidy Health and Safety Inspection. At the time of the tour there were six children, ages two to three years old in care with the provider totaling 12 points. Children were observed watching children's programming and doing name, number, and letter recognition activities with the provider.
Standard #: VENDHOM-000-004-F Description: Based on record review, the vendor did not post, with parental approval, or keep in a way that is immediately accessible to a caregiver, a current list of all children?s allergies, sensitivities, and dietary restrictions. Evidence: Seven out of two children (Child #3 and Child #5) in care on the date of the inspection had documented dietary restrictions and/or sensitivities in their records. Their names were not listed as having a dietary restriction and/or sensitivity or posted with approval. Plan of Correction: The children's names were posted with their dietary restrictions and/or sensitivities during the inspection.
Standard #: VENDHOM-000-012-A Description: Based on record review, prior to approval as a subsidy vendor, the vendor had not completed Virginia Pre-Service Training for Child Care Staff sponsored by the Department of Social Services. Evidence: The provider has not completed the Virginia Pre-Service Training for Child Care Staff. Plan of Correction: The provider is currently taking the training and should have it completed this week.
Standard #: VENDHOM-000-029-B Description: Based on review, the vendor did not ensure that the emergency preparedness plan contained all required procedural components. Evidence: The following portions of the emergency preparedness plan were not documented: 1. The evacuation procedures did not include accommodations or special requirements for infants, toddlers, and children with special needs to ensure their safety during evacuation or relocation; and procedures to reunite children with a parent or authorized person designated by the parent to pick up the child. 2. The Shelter-In-Place procedures did not include accommodations or special requirements for infants, toddlers, and children with special needs to ensure their safety during evacuation or relocation; and procedures to reunite children with a parent or authorized person designated by the parent to pick up the child. 3. Lockdown procedures did not include Methods to alert caregivers and emergency responders; Methods to secure the family day home and designated lockdown locations; Methods to account for all children in the lockdown locations; Methods of communication with parents and emergency responders; Accommodations or special requirements for infants, toddlers, and children with special needs to ensure their safety during lockdown; and Procedure to reunite children with a parent or authorized person designated by the parent to pick up the child. 4. Home containment procedures, (e.g., closing of fire doors or other barriers) and shelter-in-place scenario (e.g., intruders, tornado, or chemical spills) Plan of Correction: Provider will review and update the emergency preparedness plan.
Standard #: VENDHOM-000-029-C Description: Based on observation and inspection of the family day home, the vendor did not ensure that emergency evacuation and shelter-in-place procedures/maps shall be posted in a location conspicuous to caregiver and children on each floor of each building. Evidence: The posted map of the family day home did not include shelter-in-place locations. Plan of Correction: Provider will update the map today.
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