June 29, 2016 Kirsten Morgan Hatimco Daycare DBA Webcam

June 29, 2016 Kirsten Morgan Hatimco Daycare DBA Webcam
STATE OF MICHIGAN
DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS
LANSING
RICK SNYDER
GOVERNOR
SHELLY EDGERTON
DIRECTOR
June 29, 2016
Kirsten Morgan
Hatimco Daycare DBA Webcam Daycare
4430 Elizabeth Lake Road
Waterford, MI 48328
RE: License #: DC630380138
Webcam Daycare
2555 Pontiac Lake Road
Waterford, MI 48328
Dear Ms. Morgan:
Attached is the Licensing Study Report for the above referenced facility. Due to one or
more rule violations, a written corrective action plan is required. The corrective action
plan is due 15 days from the date of this letter and must include the following:
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How compliance with each rule will be achieved.
Who is directly responsible for implementing the corrective action for each
violation.
Specific time frames for each violation as to when the correction will be
completed or implemented.
How continuing compliance will be maintained once compliance is achieved.
The signature of the responsible party and a date.
Due to the infant safe sleep violation(s), all of your infant caregivers must take training
on infant safe sleep. This must be included in your corrective action plan. In addition, a
follow up inspection may be made to check compliance with the infant safe sleep rules.
Upon receipt of an acceptable corrective action plan, a six-month 2nd provisional
license will be issued. If you accept the provisional license, this must be indicated in
your corrective action plan. If you do not agree to a provisional license you must notify
this office in writing and an administrative hearing will be scheduled. You must still
submit an acceptable corrective action plan.
Please contact me with any questions. In the event that I am not available and you need
to speak to someone immediately, please contact the local office at (248) 975-5053.
611 W. OTTAWA • P.O. BOX 30664 • LANSING, MICHIGAN 48909
www.michigan.gov/lara • 517-335-1980
Per MCL 722.113g, this report and any related corrective action plans must be filed in
your Licensing Notebook.
Sincerely,
Bagvati Yedur, Licensing Consultant
Bureau of Community and Health Systems
4th Floor, Suite 4B
51111 Woodward Avenue
Pontiac, MI 48342
(248) 736-1869
Enclosure
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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS
BUREAU OF COMMUNITY AND HEALTH SYSTEMS
RENEWAL INSPECTION REPORT
I. IDENTIFYING INFORMATION
License #:
DC630380138
Licensee Name:
Hatimco Daycare DBA Webcam Daycare
Licensee Address:
4430 Elizabeth Lake Road
Waterford, MI 48328
Licensee Telephone #:
(248) 738-5555
Licensee/Designee:
Kirsten Morgan, Designee
Name of Facility:
Webcam Daycare
Facility Address:
2555 Pontiac Lake Road
Waterford, MI 48328
Facility Telephone #:
(248) 738-5555
Original Issuance Date:
11/30/2015
Capacity:
53
Age Range:
Ages Birth Thru 12 years
Program Components:
PRESCHOOL
SCHOOL AGE
INFANT/TODDLER
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II. METHODS OF INSPECTION
Date of On-Site Inspection(s):
06/21/2016
Date of Environmental Health Inspection:
11/18/2015
Date of Fire Safety Inspection:
11/24/2015
Date of Lead Hazard Risk Assessment, if applicable: N/A
Date of Documentation of Playground Compliance, if applicable: N/A
No. of children enrolled in care
No. of staff employed
No. of volunteers
No. of children present at time of inspection
No. of staff present at time of inspection
No. of volunteers present at time of inspection
No. of children interviewed/observed
Persons Interviewed:
No. of Records
Reviewed
50
13
13
5
0
0
28
9
0
28
Licensee/Licensee Designee
Program Director
Caregiving staff
Approved Child Use Space: Entire building except the kitchen area
Approved Program Director: Kirsten Morgan
Approved Central Administrator: None.
Approved Variances: None.
DESCRIPTION OF FINDINGS & CONCLUSIONS
This renewal inspection involved a review of all applicable child care center
administrative rules and statutes. Verification of compliance included direct
observations of the physical environment and the program, discussions with staff,
and a review of the center’s records, including staff records and children’s records.
Staff records include background checks and training information. Children’s records
include child information cards, physical examination dates, and immunizations.
During the inspection, the center was found to be in compliance with all applicable
rules and statutes except for the following violations:
R 400.8122
Lead caregiver qualifications; responsibilities.
(11) Verification of the education, credentials, and experience of
each lead caregiver shall be kept on file at the center.
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The center did not have the verification of education for the Pre-k lead caregiver, Ms.
Gonzalez.
R 400.8122
Lead caregiver qualifications; responsibilities.
(3) At least 1 lead caregiver shall be assigned to each group of
children in self-contained or well-defined space and shall be
present and providing care in the assigned group in the
following manner:
(b) At least 6 hours per day for programs operating 6 or more
continuous hours.
The center did not have an assigned lead caregiver for the infant room.
R 400.8134
Hand washing.
(2) All staff and volunteers shall wash their hands at all of the
following times:
(e) After each diapering.
The caregiver in the infant room, Ms. Phelps, did not wash hands after diapering.
R 400.8134
Hand washing.
(3) Staff and volunteers shall assure that children wash their
hands at all of the following times:
(a) Before meals, snacks, or food preparation experiences.
The caregivers in the infant room and toddler room did not assure that children
washed their hands before snack.
R 400.8137
Diapering; toileting.
(1) Diapering shall occur in a designated diapering area that
complies with all of the following:
(f) Is washed, rinsed, and sanitized after each use.
The caregiver in the toddler room did not wash, rinse and sanitize the diapering area
after a diaper change.
R 400.8143
Children's records.
(2) Child information cards shall be reviewed and updated by
parents at least annually and when the center becomes aware
of changes.
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Five out of thirteen child information cards reviewed were not updated annually.
These children were enrolled at the licensee’s previously licensed center and
transferred to the current location. The cards were not updated at the time of transfer
or annually.
R 400.8143
Children's records.
(8) Upon enrollment and annually thereafter, the center shall
obtain and keep on file at the center a signed statement from
the school-age child's parent confirming all of the following:
(a) The child is in good health with activity restrictions noted.
(b) The child's immunizations are up-to-date.
(c) The immunization record or appropriate waiver is on file
with the child's school.
The center did not have a signed statement indicating the above for two school age
children
R 400.8146
Information provided to parents.
(3) For infants and toddlers, parents shall receive a written daily
record that includes at least the following information:
(a) Food intake; time, type of food, and amount eaten.
(b) Sleeping patterns; when and how long child slept.
(c) Elimination patterns, including bowel movements,
consistency, and frequency.
(d) Developmental milestones.
(e) Changes in the child's usual behaviors.
The parents in the toddler room did not receive a written daily record that includes
food intake, sleeping patterns, elimination patterns, developmental milestones and
changes in the child’s usual behaviors.
R 400.8164
Telephone service.
(1) A land-line telephone, excluding pay phones, cell
phones, and cordless phones, shall be available,
operable, and accessible in the building during the hours
that the center is in operation. An operable land-line
telephone does not require electricity in the center to
operate.
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The center did not have a land-line telephone.
R 400.8170
Outdoor play area.
(8) The outdoor play area shall be protected from hazards,
when necessary, by a fence or natural barrier that is at least 48
inches in height.
The outdoor play area had a huge pit of stones that can pose a threat to children’s
physical safety.
R 400.8173
Equipment.
(3) Play equipment, materials, and furniture, shall be all of the
following:
(b) Safe, clean, and in good repair.
The carpet in the hallway and the preschool room were not in good repair. There
was no edging, and the strands were coming out causing tripping hazards.
R 400.8176
Sleeping equipment.
(10) Soft objects, bumper pads, stuffed toys, blankets, quilts,
comforters, and other objects that could smother a child shall
not be placed in a crib or porta-crib with a resting or sleeping
infant.
A seven month old infant was sleeping with a blanket in the infant room.
R 400.8176
Sleeping equipment.
(14) When sleeping equipment and bedding are stored, both of
the following apply:
(b) Bedding shall not come in contact with other bedding.
The center had blankets in the toddler room for children stored in such a way that
they were touching each other.
R 400.8176
Sleeping equipment.
(15) All occupied cribs, porta-cribs, cots, and mats shall be
placed in such a manner that there is a free and direct means of
egress and shall be spaced, as follows:
(a) Cribs and porta-cribs at least 2 feet apart. Cribs or portacribs with solid-panel ends may be placed end-to-end.
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The occupied cribs in the infant room were not 2 feet apart.
R 400.8176
Sleeping equipment.
(9) A tightly fitted bottom sheet shall cover the crib or porta-crib
mattress with no additional padding placed between the sheet
and mattress.
The center did not have a tightly fitted bottom sheet for one of the cribs in the infant
room.
R 400.8185
Primary care.
(5) Primary caregiving assignments shall be documented and
provided to parents.
The center did not have primary caregiving assignments provided to parents.
R 400.8335
Food services and nutrition; provided by center.
(5) Formula shall be commercially prepared and ready-to-feed.
The center did not have formula commercially prepared and ready to feed. The
caregivers were preparing formula.
R 400.8350
Toilets; hand washing sinks.
(2) After December 6, 2006, any center that is new, adds an
infant/toddler component, or increases the licensed
infant/toddler capacity shall have a diapering area with a
readily accessible, designated hand washing sink.
The center had the designated hand washing sink for diapering, also used for food
preparation.
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III. RECOMMENDATION
Upon receipt of an acceptable written corrective action plan, I recommend
modification of the current status of the license to second provisional.
6/28/16
_______________________________________
Bagvati Yedur
Date
Licensing Consultant
6/29/2016
_______________________________________
Jacquelin Sharkey
Date
Area Manager
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