Northern Neck Family YMCA Wiley Child Development Center
458 Harris Road
Kilmarnock, VA 22482
Current Inspector: Kelly Adriazola (804) 662-9760
Inspection Date: Sept. 15, 2016
Complaint Related: No
- Areas Reviewed:
22VAC40-185 STAFF QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING.
22VAC40-185 PHYSICAL PLANT.
22VAC40-185 STAFFING AND SUPERVISION.
22VAC40-185 SPECIAL CARE PROVISIONS AND EMERGENCIES.
22VAC40-185 SPECIAL SERVICES.
22VAC40-80 THE LICENSE.
22VAC40-191 Background Checks (22VAC40-191)
An unannounced renewal inspection was conducted today, September 15, 2016 to determine the center's compliance with licensing standards. The inspector and Licensing administrator arrived at 9:30 am and concluded the inspection at 2:00 pm. Upon the inspectors arrival children were observed in a variety of activities. The toddlers were playing with buckets and plastic fish. They were eager to show the inspectors the fish and line them up along the floor. The two year old class were observed on the playground, pushing trucks around and climbing on the equipment. Later upon returning to the classroom children colored ditto sheets with animals on them and played with the foam blocks. The pre-school children were engaged in circle time and reviewed colors with a game of finding particular colored items throughout the classroom. Review of numbers, shapes and the sound of the letter "A" . The story "Clifford's Goes To School" was read. Children said the Pledge and sang songs. The four year old classroom was observed having snack. Children provide their own meals (see violation notice). All areas of the center were inspected to include classrooms, the indoor climbing equipment (see violation notice), bathrooms, two playground areas and the school bus. The classrooms have a variety of learning centers that consisted of science, books, housekeeping, manipulative, puzzles, art and blocks. Classrooms had age and stage appropriate materials and were decorated with children's art work and seasonal decorations. Staff interactions were positive and encouraged team work. The center's first aide kit and non-medical emergency supplies were inspected. The License, daily schedule, emergency evacuation maps, emergency numbers and various parent information were posted. Parent conferences will be offered November 8th. The inspectors interacted with staff and children during the inspection. Eight staff records and six children's records were reviewed. Per the Director, Medication is not being administered at this time. Five staff have current MAT certification. Multiple staff have current CPR and first aid training along with daily health observations. The last evacuation drill was conducted on 08/04/2016. One of the two required shelter-in-place drill for the current year was documented on 02/10/2016. A second drill will need to be completed by the end of the calendar year. Fire Inspection: 06/29/2016 Health Inspection: 04/15/2016 Today's ratio's observed : Toddler: 3 children with 1 staff. Two's: 12 children with 2 staff. Three year olds: 5 children with 1 staff. Four year olds: 10 children with 2 staff. The violations from the previous inspection on April 6, 2016 were checked for corrections. There were four repeat violations found during today's inspection. A complete renewal application has been received by the Department. If you have any questions regarding this inspection, please contact the licensing inspector at (804)662-9758.
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-130-A Description: Based on review of children's records, the facility did not obtain documentation that each child had received the immunizations required by the State Board of Health before the child attended the center. Evidence: Child #3 with an enrollment date of 10/26/2015 had documentation of immunizations that were dated 10/28/2015 exceeding the requirement to obtain before the child attends the center. Plan of Correction: Per the Director: Files will be checked before 1st day for completion.
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-140-B Description: Based on review of children's records, the facility did not ensure that a child's physical examination prior to attendance was within the time period prescribed. Evidence: Child #6, enrolled 07/05/2016, had documentation of a physical dated 03/04/3016, which exceeded the requirement of within three months prior to attendance for children aged seven months through 18 months. Plan of Correction: Per the Director: I will get updated physical for the child's record.
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-60-A Description: Based on review of children's records, the facility did not obtain all required information for each child's record. Evidence: The record of child #3 did not have the name, address and phone number listed for a second emergency contact. Plan of Correction: Per the Director: I will get the second emergency contact information from the parent.
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-270-A Description: Based on observations, the facility did not ensure all areas of the center, inside and outside, in a clean, safe and operable condition. Evidence: 1. The trash can on the pre-school/ school age playground was full and had trash falling out over the rim. Trash was on the ground around the trash can and a plastic trash bag with trash was sitting on the sidewalk within the playground area. 2. The back of a seat on the school bus has a hole approximately two inches in diameter. The hole exposes foam and the inner metal of the seat. 3. A large stuffed animals in the four year old classroom has a hole in it that exposes the foam stuffing. 4. The window to the school bus door is broken with multiple cracks running across the window glass. 5. The rear door of the bus has a broken window with large cracks running across the glass. 6. A tarp for shade was attached by rope to the climbing equipment on the pre-school/ school age playground. The tarp hangs lower than the equipment and poses a hazard of hanging. 7. A heavy electronic panel that goes to a video game, approximately 3 feet by 4 feet, was upright and leaning against the wall in the school age room. The panel was not attached to the wall and fell over as the inspector touched it. The panel poses a risk of falling on a child in care. 8. The indoor climbing equipment had two areas of the metal framework were missing the protective foam covering. Multiple area of the netting were torn creating holes large enough for a child to get their head through and posed an entrapment hazard. The netting around the yellow tube had come loose and hung down in front of the tube creating an opening between the tube and the netting. Plan of Correction: Per the Director: We will throw away or repair all equipment. We will completely repair the indoor equipment or discuss removing it. Until repairs can be completed, children will not be permitted on the equipment. The equipment was taped off with signs stating that the equipment was not to be used.
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-280-B Description: Based on observations, the facility did not ensure all hazardous substances such as cleaning materials were kept in a locked place using a safe locking method that prevents access by children. Evidence: 1. The shed that is located on the pre-school/ school age playground was unlocked and contained gasoline and paint. 2. A canister of disinfectant was observed on the floor of the school bus in between the driver's seat and the first seat for passengers. Plan of Correction: Per the Director: I will lock up all cleaning supplies
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-290-3 Description: Based on observations, the facility did not ensure electrical outlets had protective covers installed. Evidence: 1. One outlet in the four year old classroom did not have a protective cover installed. 2. Two outlets in the school age classroom did not have outlet protective covers installed. Preschool age children were observed playing in the school age classroom. Plan of Correction: Per the Director: I will cover the outlets with cover today.
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-330-B Description: Based on observation and measurements, the facility did not ensure where playground equipment was provided, resilient surfacing complied with the minimum safety standards nor were fall zones free of hazardous obstacles. Evidence: 1. On the toddler/two's playground, measurements of the resilient surfacing at the small slide were 5 inches on the side, 5 inches at the foot of the slide and 4 inches on the other side when six inches of resilient surfacing is required. The black weed block paper was exposed near the climbing equipment and posed a tripping hazard. 2. The metal base of the car port structure was within 5 feet of the bottom of the slide. A fall zone of four feet plus the height of the slide is required in front of the slide. 3. On the pre-school/ school age playground dirt was exposed under the cross bars of the climbing equipment. Measurements of 2 inches and four inches were taken under the cross bars and measurements of 2 inches at the bottom of the slide, 4 inches on the side of the slide and 5 inches on the other side of the slide. Dirt was exposed in front of the swings with measurements of less than 1 inch, 5 inches and 6 inches. Plan of Correction: Per the Director: We will rake and add more mulch to the playgrounds.
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-560-G Description: Based on observations, the facility did not ensure that food brought from home was sealed and clearly dated and labeled in a way that identifies the owner. Evidence: Multiple lunch boxes and two sippy cups were not labeled with a name to identify the owner nor a date. Plan of Correction: Per the Director: We will label all lunch boxes and cups with the names and date.
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