Sensory Tool House, LLC

For You - With You

Many of us are neurodivergent. Not only do we have lived experience, but we are professionals with degrees and work experience in many areas from education to disability management.

It can take time to find the best item for you, but with our experts and try before you buy store, we can decrease time and frustration. We look forward to meeting you.

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Visit Us!

Store Location

5831 Lacey Blvd. SE Ste: J

Lacey, WA 98503

Phone: 360-915-9457

We are located in the Lacey Downs Plaza near the Lacey Post Office and Cutter's Point.

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Commitment to access

Our Mission

Sensory Tool House, LLC will provide a neurodiversity affirming environment to explore sensory supportive equipment and tools while building a friendly, safe, and inclusive community for all.

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About US

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    Try B4 You Buy

    Everyone reacts differently to sensory input. When you enter the store, you can test out most products to see what works best for you. Our experts with lived experience are here to answer any questions.

    Try before you buy is in store only. Oral motor tools are not available to test prior to purchase for healthy and safety purposes.

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    Sensory Room

    Our Sensory Room is open to the public. You can come and enjoy the space and regulation. Both kids and adults enjoy resetting their nervous systems in this space. To keep this space clean for all:

    • Please remove your shoes.
    • For some, removing your shoes is not possible due to sensory processing or other reasons. Please just let a staff member know, we understand.
    • No Food or Drink allowed in the sensory room.
  • Pick Up

    We can have your order ready for you to pick up in store. Or call us when you arrive, and we will bring it out to you.

    Sometimes it's just easier!

  • Proud

    We are proud to be a Thurston Green Business. We are committed to continuing to take steps that improve the health of our community and environment. If you would like more information on Thurston Green Business or other businesses in our area that are making efforts to be more sustainable in a variety of ways, please use the link below.

Featuring Sensory Tool House

In the News and Awards

  • Voice Magazine: 14th Annual Boss of the Year

    CEO and Founder, Katie McMurray was one of three local business owners earning the honor of Boss of the Year from Thurston County Chamber. Katie was nominated by STH Staff.

    Learn more about what employees had to say about Katie and the other great business leaders.
  • Angela Poe Russell, Katie McMurray, and Jennifer Dye standing on stage while Katie speaks to an audience at the podium

    Washington Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Star Client for 2023

    CEO and founder, Katie McMurray was named Washington Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Star Client for 2023 and honored at the Small Business Awards Gala on May 3rd, 2023.

    Read more about this incredible honor here.
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    Green Beret Foundation Spouse of the Year

    We are so proud to announce that our Director of Operations, Lauren Howard, has been named the Green Beret Foundation Spouse of the Year for 2023.

    Her work, dedication, and compassion are seen in her commitments to the neurodivergent and disability communities, along with her support for other Army spouses through the programs she has helped to create.

    We are so proud of you Lauren!

    Check out this amazing article to learn more about this outstanding recognition.

  • Spectrum Life Magazine Cover with two women standing in a retail store. the word Sensory Tool house - For you with you on the cover

    Cover Story - Spectrum Life Magazine

    We are honored to be the cover story for Spectrum Life Magazine for their Fall 2023 issue. This magazine is an excellent resource. Check them out!

    Read our cover story here and more great articles.
  • Voice Magazine: Unlocking the Power of Neurodiversity

    Sensory Tool House Leads the Way in Workplace Accessibility.

    We were featured in the Thurston County Chamber's October 2023 The Voice Magazine about our work in employment accessibility for those who are neurodivergent.

    Check out the article and our work here.

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