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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 Accreditation Commission (NAC)

Bright Horizons Childrens Ctrs Llc
Mayo Clinic Health System Child Development Center
540 Fulton St
Eau Claire WI 54702
Eau Claire County
 
Contact Information
Bobbi Marion

Provider #
6000558236
Location #
016
Facility #
2004209
Regulation Type
Licensed Group
Applicant/Licensee
Stephen Dreier
 
Ages Served
6 Week(s) - 13 Year(s)



Months Open
Jan - Dec
Day Capacity
180
Night Capacity
0

Hours
Mon-Fri
5:30AM - 6:30PM
Sat-Sun
Closed
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
This program offers 4K programming

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 04/23/2019
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 01/25/2019
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 10/23/2018
Details No violations found ***
Date 04/23/2019
Rule Number 251.05(1)(L)1.b.
Rule Summary Staff Health Examination - Physical Ability
Description
The file for Staff A did not contain documentation of a physical examination report on a form provided by the Department, completed 12 months prior or within 30 days after beginning work at the center.
Date 04/23/2019
Rule Number 251.07(5)(a)5.c.
Rule Summary Menus - Available For Review
Description
The Center has not been documenting meals and snacks. Rule requires accurate records of meals and snacks served to children shall be available for review by parents and licensing representative. Written record of meals and snacks served to children must be kept for 3 months.
Date 04/23/2019
Rule Number 251.07(6)(k)1.
Rule Summary Health Examination - Children Under Age 2
Description
Each child under 2 years of age shall have an initial health examination not more than 6 months prior to nor later than 3 months after being admitted to the center, and a follow-up examination at least once every 6 months thereafter. Child #2 does not have documentation of a follow-up exam within the past 6 months. The last dated exam on file is 9/21/2018.
Date 04/23/2019
Rule Number 251.07(6)(k)2.
Rule Summary Health Examination - Children Over Age 2
Description
Each child 2 years of age or older shall have an initial health examination not more than one year prior to nor later than 3 months after being admitted to the center, and a follow-up health examination at least once every 2 years thereafter. Child record #1 did not have documentation of a follow-up health examination at least every 2 years. The last dated exam on file for Child #1 is 1/23/2017.
Date 01/25/2019
Rule Number 251.05(1)(L)1.b.
Rule Summary Staff Health Examination - Physical Ability
Description
The files for Staff B, D and G did not contain documentation of a physical examination report on a form provided by the Department, completed 12 months prior or within 30 days after beginning work at the center.
Date 01/25/2019
Rule Number 251.07(6)(f)6.
Rule Summary Current Authorizations For Medications On Premises
Description
One child in the 3/4 year old room had medication in the medication box, but did not have a current medication authorization from the parent on file for medicine that is on the premises.
Footnotes
*** During a partial review of rule requirements on the date indicated, no rule violations were observed.





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Disclaimer: This information is provided as a public service by the Department of Children and Families (DCF). The Department neither endorses any child care center nor guarantees that this information is accurate, up-to-date or complete. This information, which should not be used as a sole source in selecting a center, does not replace official information sources. Users of this website are responsible for checking the accuracy, completeness and/or suitability of all information. Persons wishing current, official information may contact the appropriate regional licensing office or county/tribal certification office.

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