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Capilano University’s Child Care Centre receives high ranking

Cap’s Child Care Centre has been rated as one of the best facilities as indicated by Metro Vancouver’s Daycare ratings released March 8 in the Vancouver Sun.

The lower the score, the better.

City   Type of Care Facility Name Address Inspection Priority Level* (formerly “Risk Rating”) as of Fall 2010 Learn more
North Shore Group Child Care (30 Months to School Age) Capilano University Children’s Centre 2055 Purcell Way North Vancouver  Low Click here for more
North Shore Group Child Care (under 36 months) Capilano University Children’s Centre 2055 Purcell Way North Vancouver Low Click here for more
 
 
             

 

Facility Name Capilano University Children’s Centre City North Shore
Inspection Priority Rating (formerly “Risk Rating”) as of Fall 2010 Low Health Authority Vancouver Coastal Health Authority
Address 2055 Purcell Way North Vancouver Date license was originally issued (if available)  
Type of Care Group Child Care (30 Months to School Age) Owner/Manager (if available) Capilano University
Max. Capacity 45 Phone number (if available) 604-984-4950
Below are the detailed scores received by Capilano University Children’s Centre on its inspection priority assessment, conducted on 03/31/2009 by inspectors with the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority.In each category, inspectors are supposed to choose which of five statements is the “closest fit” to the facility being assessed. Those descriptions, listed below, may not always perfectly describe the facility being assessed. The lowest possible score on this worksheet is 13. The highest possible score is 65.If an inspector has insufficient information to assess a facility in a particular category, they’re supposed to give the facility the highest possible score in that category. For that reason, newly opened facilities are more likely to have a high rating.

Category Description Score (lower is better) Out of possible score of  
Incidents & Abuse History Low no. reportable incidents (with appropriate response) 6 15  
Management Effectiveness Management exceeds standards for developing a systematic health & safety plan 3 15  
Staff Qualifications Staff are exceptional & protect the health & safety of clients in care 2 10  
Facility Physical Plant Facility physical plant exceeds health & safety requirements 2 10  
Policies & Procedures Policies & procedures meet minimum requirements for health & safety 4 10  
Self-monitoring/Quality Improvement Self-monitoring procedures exceed requirements to maintain health & safety 1 5  
TOTAL   18 65  

Based on the scores above, this facility was given an Inspection Priority Rating of Low.

 

Facility Name Capilano University Children’s Centre City North Shore
Inspection Priority Rating (formerly “Risk Rating”) as of Fall 2010 Low Health Authority Vancouver Coastal Health Authority
Address 2055 Purcell Way North Vancouver Date license was originally issued (if available)  
Type of Care Group Child Care (under 36 months) Owner/Manager (if available) Capilano University
Max. Capacity 24 Phone number (if available) 604-984-4950
Below are the detailed scores received by Capilano University Children’s Centre on its inspection priority assessment, conducted on 03/31/2009 by inspectors with the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority.In each category, inspectors are supposed to choose which of five statements is the “closest fit” to the facility being assessed. Those descriptions, listed below, may not always perfectly describe the facility being assessed. The lowest possible score on this worksheet is 13. The highest possible score is 65.If an inspector has insufficient information to assess a facility in a particular category, they’re supposed to give the facility the highest possible score in that category. For that reason, newly opened facilities are more likely to have a high rating.

Category Description Score (lower is better) Out of possible score of  
Incidents & Abuse History Low no. reportable incidents (with appropriate response) 6 15  
Management Effectiveness Management exceeds standards for developing a systematic health & safety plan 3 15  
Staff Qualifications Staff are exceptional & protect the health & safety of clients in care 2 10  
Facility Physical Plant Facility physical plant exceeds health & safety requirements 2 10  
Policies & Procedures Policies & procedures meet minimum requirements for health & safety 4 10  
Self-monitoring/Quality Improvement Self-monitoring procedures exceed requirements to maintain health & safety 1 5  
TOTAL   18 65  

Based on the scores above, this facility was given an Inspection Priority Rating of Low

A facility rated “Low” is inspected once a year. A facility rated “Moderate” is inspected twice a year. A facility rated “High” is inspected three times a year or more.

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