Ms. Sherri Walker
6220 Claypoint Road
Chesterfield, VA 23832
Current Inspector: Kelly Adriazola (804) 662-9760
Inspection Date: Feb. 27, 2020
Complaint Related: No
- Areas Reviewed:
22VAC40-665 Subsidy Program Vendor Requirements for Family Day Homes
22VAC40-665 General qualifications
22VAC40-665 Building or home maintenance.
22VAC40-665 Supervision and ratio requirements
22VAC40-665 Special Care Provisions & Emergencies
22VAC40-665 Special Services
- Technical Assistance:
An unannounced Subsidy Health and Safety inspection was conducted on February 27, 2020, from 9:11am to 12:45pm, to review supplemental health and safety requirements. The children were napping upon the inspector?s arrival and they were later observed eating breakfast, playing in the playroom and singing in circle time. The caregivers were observed diapering, feeding children, singing songs and teaching Spanish. Today there were 10 children present, totaling 32 points with two caregivers.
Interviews were held with the provider and caregiver throughout the inspection. The inspector interacted with children in care when appropriate. The provider and caregiver were observed having positive verbal interactions with the children. The designated areas for childcare were deemed appropriate and are equipped with age appropriate toys to meet the needs of the children.
Breakfast consisted of waffles, sausage, peaches and pears, and milk. The menu was posted.
The kitchen, bathroom, and designated childcare areas were inspected during today's inspection. The inspector observed the required postings. Five children?s records and three caregiver?s records were reviewed during the inspection.
Per the provider, medication is not administered and transportation is not provided at this time.
Per the provider, there were no injury reports to review.
The center's first aid kit and emergency supplies were inspected and found complete.
Last emergency drill: 2/5/20
Last shelter-in-place drill: 2/5/20
Emergency Plan Reviewed: 1/17/19
Please complete the ?plan of correction? and ?date to be corrected? for each violation cited on the violation notice and return it to me within 5 business days from today. You will need to specify how the deficient practice will be or has been corrected. Your plan of correction must contain: 1) steps to correct the noncompliance with the standard(s), 2) measures to prevent the noncompliance from occurring again; and 3) person(s) responsible for implementing each step and/or monitoring any preventative measures. Please do not use staff names; list staff by positions only.
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 the licensing inspector, Kelly Adriazola, at (804) 662-9760.
Standard #: 22VAC40-665-160-B Description: Description: Based on observation and interview, the vendor did not ensure to maintain a daily record of attendance that documents the arrival and departure of each child in care as it occurs.
1. The daily attendance log did not reflect the arrival and departure time of children in care.
2. The provider stated she did not know she needed to keep a log of the time.
Plan of Correction: Not available online. Contact Inspector for more information.
Standard #: 22VAC40-665-230-B Description: Description: Based on review of record, the vendor did not ensure staff complete Virginia Preservice Training for Child Care Staff sponsored by the Department of Social Services, within the first 90 days of employment.
Evidence: The record of Staff #3 (DOH 4/10/19) contained documentation of completed Virginia Preservice Training dated 7/25/19.
Plan of Correction: Late
Standard #: 22VAC40-665-400-B-7 Description: Description: Based on observation and interview, the vendor did not ensure to have a continuity of operations procedure to ensure essential functions are maintained during an emergency.
Evidence: 1. There was no documentation of a continuity of operations procedure.
2. The vendor stated she did not know she needed a continuity of operations procedure.
Plan of Correction: April 1, no longer participate as a subsidy provider
A compliance history is in no way a rating for a facility.