Statewide Detail for Licensed Child Care Centers and Homes

Facility Information
Facility Name:
CHILDTIME LEARNING CENTER #0644
Facility Address:
15636 J L HUDSON DR
SOUTHFIELD , MI 48075
Phone: (248) 905-5300
County:
OAKLAND
Facility Type:
CHILD CARE CENTER
License Number:
DC630294577
Facility Status:
ACTIVE
License Status:
REGULAR
Effective Date:
2/8/2021
Expiration Date:
2/7/2023
Capacity:
120
Period of Operation:
Year Round
Services Offered
Full Day?:
YES
Services Provided:
Before/after school, Food service, Infant/toddler, Preschool, School age
Licensee Information
Licensee Name:
CHILDTIME CHILDCARE, INC.
Licensee Address:
SUITE 100
21333 HAGGERTY ROAD
NOVI , MI 48375
Days Open
Closed Day & Evening Day & Evening Day & Evening Day & Evening Day & Evening Closed
Inspection Reports

The reports on this site are available for downloading or viewing using the Adobe Acrobat Reader

When rule violations have been cited in a report, the licensee is required to submit a corrective action plan. Written corrective action plans that are submitted by the licensee in response to the Department reports are available through the Freedom of Information of Act

DC630294577_CAP_20210706.pdf
10/26/2021

DC630294577_RNWL_20201104.pdf
9/12/2021

DC630294577_RNWL_20201104.pdf
9/11/2021

DC630294577_INSP_20200715.pdf
8/17/2020

DC630294577_SIR_2019D0019021.pdf
9/22/2019

DC630294577_RNWL_20181102.pdf
8/2/2019

DC630294577_SIR_2018D0498025.pdf
12/12/2018

DC630294577_ORIG.pdf
9/17/2008


  • Original and Renewal Licensing Study Report

    An Original Licensing Study Report is the first report written for a new child care family home, group home or center. At the original inspection, a consultant reviews the licensing rules and regulations and makes sure the child care facility is in full compliance with the law and rules. The report includes basic information about the child care and remain on the CCLB website as long as the license is active.

    Addendums to the Original Licensing Study Report are written when the licensee asks for a change to their license such as changing the space they use or the number of children they provide care for. These reports remain on the CCLB website as long as the license is active.

  • Renewal Inspection Report and Inspection Report

    Child care homes and centers are inspected at least once a year. Either a Renewal Inspection Report or an Inspection Report is written each year. Renewal Inspection Reports remain on the CCLB for three years and then removed. If a child care licensee observes a renewal report that is over three years old on the CCLB website they may request that the report be removed by contacting their licensing consultant, calling (517) 284-9730, or emailing the request to CCLB-Help@michigan.gov.

    Licenses expire and have to be renewed every 2 years. Licensees send in applications to renew the license. Once an application is complete, there is an unannounced inspection of the home or center. The Renewal Inspection Report is written after the inspection and includes information about the inspection and any rule violations that were found.

    If a license is not up for renewal during the calendar year, an unannounced interim inspection is completed. An Inspection Report is written after an interim inspection. Inspection reports include information about what was observed during the inspection and any rule violations that were found.

    (Note that for family child care homes, 90 day Inspection Reports and 10% Sample Inspection Reports may appear on this page as Inspection Reports. These are reports that were written prior to law changes in March 2018.)

  • Special Investigation Report

    Special investigations are completed when a rule related complaint is made against a child care home or center. The Special Investigation Report includes information about the alleged rule violation, a written investigation, and findings related to the alleged rule violation. Special Investigation Reports remain on the CCLB website for three years and then removed. If a child care licensee observes a Special Investigation Report that is over three years old on the CCLB website they may request that the report be removed by contacting their licensing consultant, calling (517) 284-9730, or emailing the request to CCLB-Help@michigan.gov.