Information valid as of:   04/24/2014 4:38 PM
Facility ID:   41429
Facility Name:   Neighborhood House of Auburn, Inc.
Status:   Licensed
Program Type:   Day Care Center
County:   Cayuga
 
First License Issued:   10/28/1996
Current Licensing Period:   11/01/2010 to 10/31/2014
Date of Last Inspection:   03/03/2014
 
Enforcement Actions
Since 2003:
  No
 
Removed From
Referral List:
  No
 
Contact Name:   Kelly E. Guy
Contact Title:   Director
 
Address:   81 Wall Street
Auburn, NY 13021
 
Phone:   (315) 252-5741
Fax:   (315) 253-9386
 
For additional information, contact:
Office:   Syracuse Regional Office
Phone:   (315) 423-1202

This facility is authorized to administer medications

Total Capacity:   24 Infants, 20 Toddlers, and 77 Preschoolers

Other Services Provided: None

Summary of Compliance
Violation(s) in the past 24 months and any uncorrected violation(s) open longer than 24 months
Date Violation(s) Compliance Status as of Last Inspection
03/03/2014 418-1.5(a) Corrected
Brief Description: Suitable precautions must be taken to eliminate all conditions in areas accessible to children which pose a safety or health hazard.
12/02/2013 418-1.4(d) Corrected
Brief Description: Adequate means of egress must be provided. Children may be cared for only on such floors as are provided with readily accessible alternate means of egress to other floors, in the case of fire-resistant buildings, and to the outside in the case of non-fire-resistant buildings. Such means of egress must be remote from each other.
09/27/2013 418-1.5(a) Corrected
Brief Description: Suitable precautions must be taken to eliminate all conditions in areas accessible to children which pose a safety or health hazard.
12/04/2012 418-1.7(i) Corrected
Brief Description: Appropriate sleep, rest and quiet periods, responsive to individual and group needs, must be provided. For children unable to nap, time and space must be provided for quiet play. Children must not be forced to rest for long periods of time. Infants must be placed on their backs to sleep, unless medical information presented to the provider shows that arrangement is inappropriate for that child.
12/04/2012 418-1.15(c)(6) Corrected
Brief Description: Daily attendance records must be maintained on file, available for inspection by the Office or its designees at any time.
11/19/2012 418-1.3(h) Corrected
Brief Description: Peeling or damaged paint or plaster must be repaired promptly. Concrete floors used by the children must be covered with appropriate material.
11/19/2012 418-1.4(a) Corrected
Brief Description: Suitable precautions must be taken to eliminate all conditions which may contribute to or create a fire hazard.
11/19/2012 418-1.4(b) Corrected
Brief Description: Evacuation drills must be conducted at least monthly during various hours of operation of the child day care center. If evening and/or night care is provided, such drills must be conducted monthly during each shift of care in accordance with the recommendations of the local fire marshal or fire department. A record of these drills must be kept on file using forms furnished by the Office or approved equivalents.
11/19/2012 418-1.11(c) Corrected
Brief Description: Each employee and volunteer must submit a statement from a health care provider prior to beginning employment at the child day care center, and every two years thereafter. This must give satisfactory evidence that the individual is physically fit to provide child day care, has no diagnosed psychiatric or emotional disorder which would preclude such individual from providing child day care, and is free from communicable disease. It also must include the results of a Mantoux tuberculin test performed within the 12 months preceding the date of the statement.
11/19/2012 418-1.11(s) Corrected
Brief Description: All rooms, equipment, surfaces, supplies and furnishings accessible to children must be cleaned and disinfected as needed to protect the health of children, and in a manner consistent with the OCFS health care plan guidelines. The premises must be kept free from dampness, odors, vermin, and the accumulation of trash.
11/19/2012 418-1.14(a) Corrected
Brief Description: Each director, employee and volunteer who has the potential for regular and substantial contact with children must complete a minimum of thirty (30) hours of training covering all required topics every two years. Fifteen (15) hours of such training, which applies to the total requirement for the licensing period, must be received during the first six months of the program's first year of licensure or during the person's first six months of employment by the program.
10/03/2012 418-1.4(a) Corrected
Brief Description: Suitable precautions must be taken to eliminate all conditions which may contribute to or create a fire hazard.
10/03/2012 418-1.11(s) Corrected
Brief Description: All rooms, equipment, surfaces, supplies and furnishings accessible to children must be cleaned and disinfected as needed to protect the health of children, and in a manner consistent with the OCFS health care plan guidelines. The premises must be kept free from dampness, odors, vermin, and the accumulation of trash.
08/30/2012 418-1.3(h) Corrected
Brief Description: Peeling or damaged paint or plaster must be repaired promptly. Concrete floors used by the children must be covered with appropriate material.
08/30/2012 418-1.5(a) Corrected
Brief Description: Suitable precautions must be taken to eliminate all conditions in areas accessible to children which pose a safety or health hazard.
08/24/2012 418-1.15(c)(6) Corrected
Brief Description: Daily attendance records must be maintained on file, available for inspection by the Office or its designees at any time.
07/26/2012 418-1.7(g) Corrected
Brief Description: Daily supervised outdoor play is required for all children in care, except during inclement or extreme weather or unless otherwise ordered by a health care provider. Parents may request, and providers may permit, children to remain indoors so long as required staff/child ratios are maintained.
06/28/2012 418-1.3(o) Corrected
Brief Description: All buildings used for day care centers must remain in compliance with the applicable provisions of the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code. Any part of any building used as a day care center shall meet the requirements applicable under the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code to a C6.1 or C6.2 occupancy classification, as appropriate to the ages of the children in care.
06/28/2012 418-1.4(a) Corrected
Brief Description: Suitable precautions must be taken to eliminate all conditions which may contribute to or create a fire hazard.
06/28/2012 418-1.9(h) Corrected
Brief Description: Methods of discipline, interaction or toilet training which frighten, demean or humiliate a child are prohibited.
06/22/2012 418-1.3(h) Corrected
Brief Description: Peeling or damaged paint or plaster must be repaired promptly. Concrete floors used by the children must be covered with appropriate material.
06/22/2012 418-1.5(a) Corrected
Brief Description: Suitable precautions must be taken to eliminate all conditions in areas accessible to children which pose a safety or health hazard.
06/22/2012 418-1.11(s) Corrected
Brief Description: All rooms, equipment, surfaces, supplies and furnishings accessible to children must be cleaned and disinfected as needed to protect the health of children, and in a manner consistent with the OCFS health care plan guidelines. The premises must be kept free from dampness, odors, vermin, and the accumulation of trash.
06/22/2012 418-1.12(g) Corrected
Brief Description: Food service and storage, including refrigeration of milk and other perishable foods or formula, must comply with the requirements of Part 14 of the State Sanitary code.
05/31/2012 418-1.4(d) Corrected
Brief Description: Adequate means of egress must be provided. Children may be cared for only on such floors as are provided with readily accessible alternate means of egress to other floors, in the case of fire-resistant buildings, and to the outside in the case of non-fire-resistant buildings. Such means of egress must be remote from each other.
05/31/2012 418-1.11(j)(8) Corrected
Brief Description: Medications, both prescription and over-the-counter, must be kept in the originally labeled bottle or container, and must be labeled with the child's first and last name.
05/31/2012 418-1.11(j)(14) Corrected
Brief Description: Medications must be kept in a clean area that is inaccessible to children, refrigerated if required in either a separate refrigerator or a leak-proof container in a designated area of a food storage refrigerator, separated from food and inaccessible to children. Programs must comply with all Federal and State requirements for the storage and disposal of all types of medications, including controlled substances.
05/31/2012 418-1.11(s) Corrected
Brief Description: All rooms, equipment, surfaces, supplies and furnishings accessible to children must be cleaned and disinfected as needed to protect the health of children, and in a manner consistent with the OCFS health care plan guidelines. The premises must be kept free from dampness, odors, vermin, and the accumulation of trash.
05/03/2012 418-1.3(h) Corrected
Brief Description: Peeling or damaged paint or plaster must be repaired promptly. Concrete floors used by the children must be covered with appropriate material.
05/03/2012 418-1.4(e) Corrected
Brief Description: All corridors, aisles, and approaches to exits must be kept unobstructed at all times.
05/03/2012 418-1.5(t) Corrected
Brief Description: Handbags, backpacks or briefcases belonging to adults, plastic bags, and toys and objects small enough for children to swallow must be used and stored in such a manner that they are not accessible to children.
Please note that the Brief Description of the violation included in this report is a summary of the actual citation which may cover a broad array of observed actions or conditions.

For additional information, contact your regional Child Care Coordinating Council Office.