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What is YoungStar?

YoungStar is Wisconsin's child care quality rating and improvement system. We give parents tools and information to raise happy, healthy kids. We help preschools and child care providers give children safe, nurturing places to grow. How do we do it?

  • By objectively measuring child care quality from one to five stars for thousands of child care providers.
  • By giving parents an easy way to find programs that match their family's lifestyle, budget, and special needs.
  • By supporting providers with tools and training to deliver high quality care.
  • By setting a consistent standard for child care quality.

What is Regulated Child Care?

Regulated child care provides a foundation for safe child care settings by conducting background checks, regular inspections and complaint investigations. Types of regulated child care include:

  • Certified Care (3 or fewer children under age 7 in care)
  • Licensed Family Child Care (up to 8 children under age 7)
  • Licensed Group Child Care (9 or more children under age 7)
  • Day Camp (seasonal program for 4 or more children ages 3 & up)

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Accredited Provider

National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC)

Teddy Bear Totland Childcare Llc
Teddy Bear Totland
914 Therbrook St
Chippewa Falls WI 54729
Chippewa County
Contact Information
Celeste Swoboda

Provider #
Location #
Facility #
Regulation Type
Licensed Family
Celeste Swoboda
Ages Served
4 Week(s) - 13 Year(s)

Months Open
Jan - Dec
Day Capacity
Night Capacity

5:30AM - 5:30PM
Current Rating

This provider is accredited and as such, does not have the ability to earn points in YoungStar.
This program provides Infant Child Care

Regulated child care providers are monitored for compliance with health and safety standards. Below, you may view the last three years of monitoring and violations.

Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 10/03/2019
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 04/15/2019
Details No violations found ***
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 09/17/2018
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 07/03/2018
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Date 10/03/2019
Rule Number 250.04(8)(a)
Rule Summary Mandated Reporting - Child Abuse & Neglect
During a personnel file review, it was noted one employee had not completed Child Abuse and Neglect Training within the previous two years as required by rule.
Date 10/03/2019
Rule Number 250.05(3)(e)2.
Rule Summary Provider Training - Current Cpr Certificate
One employee did not have a current CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) certificate.
Date 09/17/2018
Rule Number 250.04(5)(k)
Rule Summary Staff File - Registry Certificate
One of the center's providers does not have a Registry certificate on file, which is required after working 240 hours.
Date 07/03/2018
Rule Number 250.04(6)(b)
Rule Summary Current, Accurate Daily Attendance Record
When reviewing the attendance record, it was noted that although children were signed in and out of care, there were no written dates indicating the days or months of service, for the current week or previous week.
Date 07/03/2018
Rule Number 250.06(4)(a)
Rule Summary Smoke Detectors
A toddler was sleeping in a room without a smoke detector. The door to the room was closed. Rule reads in pertinent part 'Smoke detectors shall be installed and maintained in operating condition in all areas used for nap or rest periods'.
Date 07/03/2018
Rule Number 250.06(4)(b)
Rule Summary Fire Extinguisher
No documentation was found to show the fire extinguisher has been checked yearly.
Date 07/03/2018
Rule Number 250.07(6)(f)1.a.
Rule Summary Medication Administration - Parent Authorization
Although a medication authorization was on file for a child, the authorization did not specify beginning and ending dates in which the medication was to be given to the child.
Date 07/03/2018
Rule Number 250.07(6)(f)1.b.
Rule Summary Medication Administration - Containers & Labeling
Two pills (medication) were observed in a plastic baggie in a small Tupperware-type bowl. Rule states in pertinent part that 'A provider may give prescription or non-prescription medications only when the medication is in the original container and labeled with the child's name and with dosage and administration directions'. In this circumstance, the pills were not in the original packaging with the required information.
Date 07/03/2018
Rule Number 250.07(6)(f)1.c.
Rule Summary Medication Administration - Documentation In Medical Log
Although the provider has been documenting the administration of medication on the back of a medication authorization form, administration of the medication has not be documented in the medical log, as required by rule.
Date 07/03/2018
Rule Number 250.07(7)(e)
Rule Summary Pets & Animals - Supervision
On two different dates, two separate children were bitten by the provider's dog. Rule states 'All contact between pets or animals and children shall be under the sight and sound supervision of a provider who is close enough to remove the child immediately if the pet or animal shows signs of distress or aggression or the child shows signs of treating the animal inappropriately'. On these two occasions, proper supervision was not provided.
*** During a partial review of rule requirements on the date indicated, no rule violations were observed.

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