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KinderCare Learning Center 301030 B, Franklin Farm Campus
13220 Franklin Farm Road
Herndon, VA 20171
(703) 476-0400

Current Inspector: Stacy Doyle (571) 835-0386

Inspection Date: Oct. 20, 2015

Complaint Related: No

Areas Reviewed:
22VAC40-185 ADMINISTRATION.
22VAC40-185 STAFF QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING.
22VAC40-185 PHYSICAL PLANT.
22VAC40-185 STAFFING AND SUPERVISION.
22VAC40-185 PROGRAMS.
22VAC40-185 SPECIAL CARE PROVISIONS AND EMERGENCIES.
22VAC40-185 SPECIAL SERVICES.
22VAC40-80 THE LICENSE.
63.2 Licensure and Registration Procedures
63.2 Facilities and Programs..
22VAC40-191 Background Checks (22VAC40-191)

Technical Assistance:
1. Maintenance and repairs should be completed with an effort to prevent hazards vs. in response to found hazards. 2. The diaper changing table kept in the girl's bathroom, reportedly used for storage only, should be treated like any other surface/equipment in the center and be maintained in a clean condition. 3. If staff are listed as emergency contacts for a child, then they must be released from work if needed in an emergency. 4. Staff are to sit with children during lunch. 5. Systems should be established to read the content of documents before filing them, as staff were unaware of documented special needs of a child in their care today.

Comments:
Conducted a unannounced monitoring inspection. Observed 58 children + 11 direct-care staff. Additional staff were available to assist in classrooms as needed. Ratios and supervision were in compliance. Children were observed reading, having circle time, singing, learning colors, having outside play time, eating lunch, and taking naps. Staff were actively engaged with the children and activities in all rooms. Lunch served: chicken, rice, mixed vegetables, mango, and milk. The infants were being held, fed, and taking naps. One staff person was playing with infants on the floor. The center was sufficiently supplied with toys and equipment for the children. Some areas of the center were in need of cleaning, maintenance, and repairs. Medication management was in compliance. Required documents were posted. Record keeping was organized, though one violation found in a child's record. Inspection completed 10:30am-1:05pm.

Violations:
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-130-A
Description: Based on two children's records reviewed, it was determined that one record did not include documentation that the child has received immunizations required by the State Board of Health. Evidence: Child #1 - Immunization record on-file (dated October 2014) was completed in another country and the equivalency of compliance is not known. The child's first day of attendance was October 6, 2015, and was observed to be present today.

Plan of Correction: An update immunization record will be obtained for the child and viewed by management by 11/6/15 for the child to continue enrollment at our center.

Standard #: 22VAC40-185-270-A
Description: Based on observations made, it was determined that the following areas and equipment of the center were not maintained in a clean, safe, and/or operable condition. Unsafe conditions included, but not limited to, deteriorating and crumbling surfaces, chipped and peeling paint, and rusting playground equipment. Evidence: 1. Tile/Concrete - Located in the corner at the main entrance front door of the center there was a section of a tile missing and the concrete and dirt underneath was exposed. [Photo #1] 2. Concrete - Outside of the school-age classroom door there was broken and crumbling concrete. [Photo #2] 3. Classroom Doors - 3 of 6 exterior doors had peeling paint and exposed rusted metal. [Photos #3, #4, and #5] 4. Playground Climbing Structure - Rusted bolts, support posts/beams, railing, and platforms were present on the large climbing structure. Approximately 95% of the bolts/screws and supporting metal plates were rusted. All of the platform decks had torn rubber coating and exposed rusted metal. [Photos #6, #7, and #8] 5. Sink Cabinet - Located in the school-age classroom, had no laminate cover on one side and the pressed wood is exposed. Additionally, there was tape holding the side of the cabinet together and onto the front-side. 6. Rug - Located in the toddler-age room, was dirty with stains and had a frayed edge. 7. Floor Tile - Located in the 4's room, was a broken floor tile. 8. Walls/Doors - Located in the school-age classroom were dirty with spills and grime.

Plan of Correction: 1. Our facilities department has been notified and scheduled to fix tile that is cracked by front door. 11/27/15 2. Our facilities department has been notified and scheduled to fix broken concrete outside of door. 11/27/15 3. Our facilities department has been notified and scheduled paint outside classroom doors. 11/27/15 4. Our facilities department has been notified and scheduled to make repairs on playground structure that are necessary to ensure rust is not exposed. 11/27/15 5. Our facilities department has been notified and scheduled to make repair of water damage to the side of sink. 11/27/15 6. The rug was removed and replaced during the time of inspection. 10/20/15 7. Our facilities department has been notified and scheduled to be fixed on/before 11/27/15. 8. The door was cleaned + repainted on 11/2/15.

Standard #: 22VAC40-185-280-B
Description: Based on observations made, it was determined that hazardous substances were not kept in a locked place. Evidence: Multiple cleaning, laundry, and pesticide products were found to be in an unlocked hall storage closet.

Plan of Correction: All teachers and staff in the building were notified and reminder to keep laundry room door locked at all times.

Disclaimer:

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