Caitlin Young is a highly experienced childcare consultation nurse based in Snoqualmie, with a passion for supporting local childcare and preschool programs.
She has many years of experience in public health and early childhood education, which has given her a wealth of knowledge and skills that she uses to help providers offer the best possible care for the children in their classrooms.
As a certified CPR and First Aid instructor and DCYF state approved trainer, Caitlin is committed to ensuring that providers have the professional development training they need to keep children safe and healthy.
She is also a neurodiversity affirming professional who is committed to social justice, and she brings this perspective to all aspects of her work.
Caitlin is a Promoting First Relationships provider and endorsed infant family specialist and is known for her relationship-based and collaborative approach to working with providers.
She understands that childcare and preschool settings are complex environments with many different stakeholders and interests, and she works hard to help everyone work together effectively.
In addition to her professional work, Caitlin is a mom of two school-aged boys and her husband is an educator and school administrator. She brings this personal experience to her work, and it gives her a unique perspective on the challenges faced by families and providers.