Program Name: Ally's Alley Daycare, Inc.    License/Registration ID: 859779


 Program Overview
Contact Name: Allison A. Kendall Contact Title: Director
Program Type: Day Care Center Status: Open
School District: Sachem
Site Address: Map
745 Waverly Ave, Holtsville, NY 11742
First Licensed/Registration Date: Jun 24, 2020
Current Registration Period: Jun 24, 2020 - Jun 23, 2024
Phone: (631) 846-9636
Fax:
Total Capacity: 81
-Infants: 24
-Toddlers: 36
-Preschool: 21
-School-Age: 0
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: Yes
Removed from referral list: No
This facility is approved to administer medications.
This facility has Non-Patient Specific Auto Injectors.

For additional information on this program and compliance history, contact
Office: Long Island Regional Office
Phone: (631) 240-2560
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  
Mar 22, 2024 Complaint (Substantiated) 2024-I-LIRO-039787 Violations Found
Dec 4, 2023 Complaint (Substantiated) 2023-I-LIRO-055578 Violations Found
Nov 10, 2023 Monitoring - Enforcement 2023-I-LIRO-050878 No violations cited for this Inspection
Sep 22, 2023 Complaint (Substantiated) 2023-I-LIRO-045494 Violations Found
Sep 22, 2023 Complaint (Substantiated) 2023-I-LIRO-045009 Violations Found
Aug 31, 2023 Other 2023-I-LIRO-042314 No violations cited for this Inspection Inspection Conducted Off-Site
Aug 21, 2023 Complaint (Substantiated) 2023-I-LIRO-041092 Violations Found
Aug 21, 2023 Complaint (Substantiated) 2023-I-LIRO-040626 Violations Found
Jul 20, 2023 Monitoring 2023-I-LIRO-038303 Violations Found
Feb 27, 2023 Annual Unannounced 2023-I-LIRO-012498 No violations cited for this Inspection
Jul 25, 2022 Annual Unannounced 2022-I-LIRO-045664 Violations Found
Apr 26, 2022 Other 2022-I-LIRO-023340 No violations cited for this Inspection Inspection Conducted Off-Site
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: Mar 22, 2024 Currently uncorrected violations: Yes
Date Regulation Description Compliance Status as of last inspection
Mar 22, 2024 418-1.5(ad) Pursuant to New York Public Health Law Section 2500-h, the program must comply with the anaphylaxis policy jointly issued by the Office and the New York State Department of Health and any amendments thereto. The program must notify the parent of any child in care of the anaphylaxis policy when the child is enrolled and annually thereafter. Notification shall include contact information for parents to engage further with the program to learn more about individualized aspects of the anaphylaxis policy. Corrected
Mar 22, 2024 418-1.11(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
Mar 22, 2024 418-1.11(c)(1) The licensee must prepare a health care plan on forms furnished by the Office. Such plan must protect and promote the health of children. The health care plan must be on site, followed by all staff and available upon demand by a parent or the Office. In those instances in which the program will administer medications, the health care plan must also be approved by the program's health care consultant unless the only medications to be administered are: Not Corrected
Mar 22, 2024 418-1.15(b)(14)(v) The program 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 the program: communicable disease, Corrected
Dec 4, 2023 418-1.8(a) Children cannot be left without competent supervision at any time. Competent supervision includes awareness of and responsibility for the ongoing activity of each child. It requires that all children be within a teacher's range of vision and that the teacher be near enough to respond when redirection or intervention strategies are needed. Competent supervision must take into account the child's age emotional, physical, and cognitive development. Corrected
Dec 4, 2023 418-1.8(n) The use of any type of personal electronic media device for social or entertainment purposes, including but not limited to, listening to music on headphones, playing screen games, surfing the internet, sending e-mails, or making personal calls while supervising children is prohibited. The use of mobile phones is permitted as necessary to promote the children's safety and ensuring the orderly operation of the program. Corrected
Dec 4, 2023 418-1.11(b)(1)(ii) Staff and volunteers must each submit a medical statement on forms furnished by the Office or an approved equivalent from a health care provider: before such person has any involvement in child care work. Corrected
Sep 22, 2023 418-1.8(a) Children cannot be left without competent supervision at any time. Competent supervision includes awareness of and responsibility for the ongoing activity of each child. It requires that all children be within a teacher's range of vision and that the teacher be near enough to respond when redirection or intervention strategies are needed. Competent supervision must take into account the child's age emotional, physical, and cognitive development. Corrected
Sep 22, 2023 418-1.8(j) When a child care center is in operation, an adequate number of qualified teachers must be on duty to ensure the health and safety of the children in care. Corrected
Sep 22, 2023 418-1.8(k)(2)(ii) for children between ages 6 weeks old and 18 months old: the maximum group size is eight children. Corrected
Sep 22, 2023 418-1.5(a) Suitable precautions must be taken to eliminate all conditions in areas accessible to children which pose a safety or health hazard. Corrected
Sep 22, 2023 418-1.8(a) Children cannot be left without competent supervision at any time. Competent supervision includes awareness of and responsibility for the ongoing activity of each child. It requires that all children be within a teacher's range of vision and that the teacher be near enough to respond when redirection or intervention strategies are needed. Competent supervision must take into account the child's age emotional, physical, and cognitive development. Corrected
Sep 22, 2023 418-1.8(j) When a child care center is in operation, an adequate number of qualified teachers must be on duty to ensure the health and safety of the children in care. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.8(b) The child day care center must employ staff who will promote the physical, intellectual, social, cultural and emotional well-being of the children. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.9(a) The program must establish and follow a written plan for behavior management that is acceptable to the office. This plan must include how the staff will approach challenging behaviors, help children solve problems and encourage acceptable behaviors. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.9(b) The staff must use acceptable techniques and approaches to help children solve problems. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.10(a) Any abuse or maltreatment of a child is prohibited. A day care center must prohibit and may not tolerate or in any manner condone an act of abuse or maltreatment by an staff, volunteer or any other person. An abused child or maltreated child means a child defined as an abused child or maltreated child pursuant to Section 412 of the Social Services Law. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.10(c) In accordance with the provisions of Sections 413 and 415 of the Social Services Law, child care center staff 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 such staff have reasonable cause to suspect that a child coming before them in their capacity as child care center workers is an abused or maltreated child. This must be done in the following manner: Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.15(b)(14)(ii) The program 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 the program: serious incident, Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.5(aa) The following items must be used and stored in such a manner that they are not accessible to children: handbags, backpacks or briefcases belonging to adults; plastic bags; and toys and objects small enough for young children to swallow. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.8(b) The child day care center must employ staff who will promote the physical, intellectual, social, cultural and emotional well-being of the children. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.8(l)(5)(i) A written assessment of the child's developmental readiness is required to be kept on file. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.8(l)(11) Day care centers that have been approved to operate a school-age children component in their day care center may only mix school age children with pre-school children at the very beginning of the day and the very end of the day. School age children may never be mixed with pre-school children for the entire period of time they are in care at the center. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.8(m) There must be a director, group teacher or assistant teacher supervising all applicants, volunteers and persons in the process of approval. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.8(n) The use of any type of personal electronic media device for social or entertainment purposes, including but not limited to, listening to music on headphones, playing screen games, surfing the internet, sending e-mails, or making personal calls while supervising children is prohibited. The use of mobile phones is permitted as necessary to promote the children's safety and ensuring the orderly operation of the program. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.9(a) The program must establish and follow a written plan for behavior management that is acceptable to the office. This plan must include how the staff will approach challenging behaviors, help children solve problems and encourage acceptable behaviors. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.9(b) The staff must use acceptable techniques and approaches to help children solve problems. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.10(a) Any abuse or maltreatment of a child is prohibited. A day care center must prohibit and may not tolerate or in any manner condone an act of abuse or maltreatment by an staff, volunteer or any other person. An abused child or maltreated child means a child defined as an abused child or maltreated child pursuant to Section 412 of the Social Services Law. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.10(c) In accordance with the provisions of Sections 413 and 415 of the Social Services Law, child care center staff 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 such staff have reasonable cause to suspect that a child coming before them in their capacity as child care center workers is an abused or maltreated child. This must be done in the following manner: Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.11(a)(2) The written medical statement from the health care provider must also state whether the child is a child with special health care needs and, if so, what special provisions, if any, will be necessary in order for the child to participate in child day care. When the written statement from the health care provider advises the day care program that the child being enrolled is a child with special health care needs, the day care program must work together with the parent and the child's health care provider to develop a reasonable health care plan for the child while the child is in the child day care program. The health care plan for the child must also address how the day care program will obtain or develop any additional competencies that the staff will need to have in order to carry out the health care plan for the child. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.13(b)(3) Child day care centers must review and evaluate the backgrounds of all applicants for staff and volunteer positions. All applicants whose backgrounds must be checked are required to provide the following: a sworn statement by the applicant indicating whether, to the best of the applicant's knowledge, such applicant has ever been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony in New York State or any other jurisdiction and fingerprint images as required to comply with the requirements of 413.4 of this Title; Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.13(b)(6) Child day care centers must review and evaluate the backgrounds of all applicants for staff and volunteer positions. All applicants whose backgrounds must be checked are required to provide the following: The information necessary to complete the criminal history review and background clearance requirements as outlined in this Part. This information must be submitted to the Office on forms provided by the Office. Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.15(b)(14)(ii) The program 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 the program: serious incident, Corrected
Aug 21, 2023 418-1.15(c)(11) The program must maintain on file at the child day care center, available for inspection by the Office or its designees at any time, the following records in a current and accurate manner: personnel information including a list of all staff with job assignments and schedules; each staff and volunteer's final and, if applicable, provisional criminal history review and background check approval letter(s); staff resumes; medical statements; acceptable references and other information required by section 418-1.13 of this Subpart; Corrected
Jul 20, 2023 418-1.7(l) Except while sleeping, awaking or going to sleep, an infant must not be left in a crib, playpen or other confined space for more than 30 minutes at any one time. Other than at meals or snack time, a child must not be left in a high chair for longer than 15 minutes. Corrected
Jul 20, 2023 418-1.8(j) When a child care center is in operation, an adequate number of qualified teachers must be on duty to ensure the health and safety of the children in care. Corrected
Jul 20, 2023 418-1.8(l)(7) Except for Office approved continuity of care classrooms, infants may never be mixed with other age groups. Corrected
Jul 20, 2023 418-1.13(f) In child day care centers where the licensed capacity is 45 or more children, the administrative/fiscal management functions and supervision functions may not be performed by a group teacher or assistant teacher. Corrected
Jul 20, 2023 418-1.14(k) All child care programs must have at least one staff person who holds a valid certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid on the premises of the program during the program's operating hours. Corrected
Jul 25, 2022 418-1.15(c)(5) The program must maintain on file at the child day care center, available for inspection by the Office or its designees at any time, the following records in a current and accurate manner: daily attendance records, which must be filled out at the time a child arrives and departs, and must include arrival and departure times; Corrected
Jul 25, 2022 418-1.15(c)(6) The program must maintain on file at the child day care center, available for inspection by the Office or its designees at any time, the following records in a current and accurate manner: children's individual health care plans; parental consents for emergency medical treatment; child's medical statement, immunizations, and any available results of lead screening for children not yet enrolled in kindergarten or a higher grade only; the name and dosage of any medications used by a child, the frequency of administration of such medications, and a record of their administration by child care center staff; daily health check documentation; a record of illnesses and injuries occurring while in care; and any indicators of child abuse or maltreatment; 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: Long Island Regional Office
Phone: (631) 240-2560

 Enforcement History
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Enforcement Actions since April, 2019: None