Program Name: Alfonseca, Ana    License/Registration ID: 850997


 Program Overview
Contact Name: Ana J. Alfonseca Contact Title: On-Site Provider
Program Type: Group Family Day Care Status: Closed: Revoked & Suspended  <
Nov 25, 2022 <
School District: Bronx 10
Site Address: Map
3525 Decatur Avenue, Apt. 1AA, 1st Floor, Bronx, NY 10467
First Licensed/Registration Date: Nov 6, 2019
Current Registration Period: Nov 6, 2019 - Nov 5, 2023
Phone: (347) 784-3687
Fax: (347) 427-1845
Total Capacity: 12 children, ages 6 weeks to 12 years AND 4 additional school-aged children
  (there must be one caregiver for every two children under the age of two years in attendance)
Open Child Care Slots*:

* Important Note: This child care provider has not provided enrollment information for posting on the OCFS website.


To learn about current openings, please contact the program directly.


Care available during non-traditional hours: No
Removed from referral list: Yes

For additional information on this program and compliance history, contact
Office: New York City Dept. of Health - Regional Office
Phone: (347) 854-1971
For additional details and to view the checklist used during an inspection, please click on the Inspection ID links below. Inspection checklists are generated per inspection type and reason. Also note, that any regulatory requirement can be assessed and cited during an inspection and as a result, may not be reflected on the inspection checklist. These items would be reflected in the program's compliance history that is posted.

 Inspection History: (Inspections in the past 24 months)

Date Inspection Type Inspection ID Inspection Result  
Jun 1, 2022 Monitoring 2022-I-NYCDOH-027242 No violations cited for this Inspection
May 5, 2022 Monitoring - Enforcement 2022-I-NYCDOH-024844 No violations cited for this Inspection
May 4, 2022 Complaint 2022-I-NYCDOH-024427 Violations Found
May 4, 2022 Complaint 2022-I-NYCDOH-024366 Violations Found
Feb 9, 2022 Annual Unannounced 2022-I-NYCDOH-012493 Violations Found
Jul 27, 2021 Annual Unannounced 2021-I-NYCDOH-015038 Violations Found
Additional Inspection History

*Inspections may be conducted outside of program operating hours and/or off-site(where inspector was not on premises where care is provided) for the following reasons:
-Record/File Review
-Interviewing of Staff
-Or Other Investigative Reasons

 Compliance History
Date of Last Inspection: Jun 1, 2022 Currently uncorrected violations: None
Date Regulation Description Compliance Status as of last inspection
May 4, 2022 413.3(c)(1) Any violation of applicable statutes or regulations will be a basis to deny, reject, limit, suspend, revoke or terminate a license or registration. Program Closed
May 4, 2022 413.4(f)(3)(ii) When a clearance conducted pursuant to this section reveals that an existing operator, director, employee, volunteer or person age eighteen (18) or older living in a family day care home or group family day care home has been charged with a crime, the Office shall conduct a safety assessment and take all appropriate steps to protect the health and safety of the children in care. The Office may suspend such program's license or registration based on such a charge when necessary to protect the health and safety of children in care. Program Closed
May 4, 2022 416.5(a) Suitable precautions must be taken to eliminate all conditions in areas accessible to children which pose a safety or health hazard. Program Closed
May 4, 2022 416.10(b) In accordance with the provisions of sections 413 and 415 of the Social Services Law, caregivers must immediately report any suspected incidents of child abuse or maltreatment concerning a child receiving child care to the Statewide Central Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment or cause such a report to be made when the caregiver has reasonable cause to suspect that a child coming before them in their capacity as caregiver in a group family day care is an abused or maltreated child. Such report must be followed by a written report within 48 hours, in the form and manner prescribed by the Office, to the child protective service of the social services district in the county in which the child resides. Program Closed
May 4, 2022 416.13(a)(3) The provider, assistant(s), and substitutes must each meet the following qualifications: be capable of providing, and agree to provide, safe and suitable care to children which is supportive of the children's physical, intellectual, emotional and social well-being; Program Closed
May 4, 2022 416.15(a)(1)(ii) Each group family day care home must operate in compliance with the regulations of the Office and all other applicable laws and regulations. Program Closed
May 4, 2022 416.15(b)(4) The caregivers, employees, volunteers and all members of the household must be in good health and be of good character and habits. Program Closed
May 4, 2022 416.15(b)(12) The group family day care home must report to the Office: any change affecting, or which reasonably might be expected to affect, those portions of the building and property in which the program is operating or which are used for the children's egress in the case of emergency; any change in household members; and any other change that would place the home out of compliance with applicable regulations. Program Closed
May 4, 2022 416.15(b)(14)(ii) The caregiver must immediately notify the parent and Office upon learning of the following events involving a child which occurred while the child was in care at the program or was being transported by a caregiver: serious incident, Program Closed
May 4, 2022 413.3(c)(1) Any violation of applicable statutes or regulations will be a basis to deny, reject, limit, suspend, revoke or terminate a license or registration. Program Closed
May 4, 2022 413.4(f)(3)(ii) When a clearance conducted pursuant to this section reveals that an existing operator, director, employee, volunteer or person age eighteen (18) or older living in a family day care home or group family day care home has been charged with a crime, the Office shall conduct a safety assessment and take all appropriate steps to protect the health and safety of the children in care. The Office may suspend such program's license or registration based on such a charge when necessary to protect the health and safety of children in care. Program Closed
May 4, 2022 416.5(a) Suitable precautions must be taken to eliminate all conditions in areas accessible to children which pose a safety or health hazard. Program Closed
May 4, 2022 416.10(b) In accordance with the provisions of sections 413 and 415 of the Social Services Law, caregivers must immediately report any suspected incidents of child abuse or maltreatment concerning a child receiving child care to the Statewide Central Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment or cause such a report to be made when the caregiver has reasonable cause to suspect that a child coming before them in their capacity as caregiver in a group family day care is an abused or maltreated child. Such report must be followed by a written report within 48 hours, in the form and manner prescribed by the Office, to the child protective service of the social services district in the county in which the child resides. Program Closed
May 4, 2022 416.13(a)(3) The provider, assistant(s), and substitutes must each meet the following qualifications: be capable of providing, and agree to provide, safe and suitable care to children which is supportive of the children's physical, intellectual, emotional and social well-being; Program Closed
May 4, 2022 416.15(a)(1)(ii) Each group family day care home must operate in compliance with the regulations of the Office and all other applicable laws and regulations. Program Closed
May 4, 2022 416.15(b)(4) The caregivers, employees, volunteers and all members of the household must be in good health and be of good character and habits. Program Closed
May 4, 2022 416.15(b)(12) The group family day care home must report to the Office: any change affecting, or which reasonably might be expected to affect, those portions of the building and property in which the program is operating or which are used for the children's egress in the case of emergency; any change in household members; and any other change that would place the home out of compliance with applicable regulations. Program Closed
May 4, 2022 416.15(b)(14)(ii) The caregiver must immediately notify the parent and Office upon learning of the following events involving a child which occurred while the child was in care at the program or was being transported by a caregiver: serious incident, Program Closed
Feb 9, 2022 416.14(c) Each employee and volunteer must complete a minimum of thirty (30) hours of training every two years. The required 30 hours of training every two years is subject to the following conditions: Corrected
Jul 27, 2021 413.3(g)(3)(i) The Office shall require the child day care program to immediately post upon receipt, in a prominent place at the program that is visible to parents, a copy of the most recent compliance history report issued to the program by the Office. Corrected
Jul 27, 2021 416.11(a)(1) No child may be accepted for care in a child care program unless the program has been furnished with a written statement signed by a health care provider verifying that the child is able to participate in child care and currently appears to be free from contagious or communicable diseases. A child's medical statement must have been completed within the 12 months preceding the date of enrollment. Corrected
*Violations are posted on this web site after the inspection results have been finalized in a report mailed to the provider. Violations are listed here as 'Corrected' after the Office has verified corrections with the provider, and a letter confirming the corrections has been mailed to the provider.
For additional information on this program and compliance history, contact
Office: New York City Dept. of Health - Regional Office
Phone: (347) 854-1971

 Enforcement History
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The enforcement actions listed on this website only include denial, revocation or suspension of a child care program's license or registration. Fines are not shown on this website. OCFS stops referring families to the program if a program's license or registration is closed, revoked or suspended.

Other enforcement actions such as Corrective action plans and fines are not shown on this website.
Enforcement Actions since December, 2017: Yes