Privacy Policy

Information Collected and How It is Used

Information collected if you only browse this site:

During your visit to our website, if you do nothing more than browse, read pages, or download information, we collect or store no information from you or about you.

We do have access to site usage statistics provided by our Internet Service Provider and online store software that we use to measure which site pages are visited the most often and when. Sensory Tool House, LLC analyzes these website statistics to determine how our website is being used, so that we may continually improve the site's usefulness to our customers. Sensory Tool House, LLC does not collect or store any information that can be used to identify or profile an individual, such as your Internet Protocol (IP) address, cookies, referring sites, etc.

What we collect if you volunteer information

If you send us email:

If you send us an email, we will collect the email address and the contents of the email. The information collected is not limited to text characters and may include any audio, video, and graphic information formats you send us.

We use your email to respond appropriately. This may be to respond to you, to address issues you may identify, to further improve our website, or to forward the email to another agency for appropriate action.

If you fill out one of the forms on this site:

This site contains forms for filing event requests, information seeking, and DDA/DSHS quote requests with our store. Information provided on these forms is used to process your request and notify the business about whom the request is issued. Any information that you give to us will not be sold, rented, or leased to third parties and will only be used to respond to you or investigate your request. All confidential information will be treated as such.

Personal Information and Choice

You may choose whether to provide personal information on-line

"Personal information" is information about a natural person that is readily identifiable to that specific individual. Personal information includes such things as an individual's name, social security number, address, and phone number. A domain name or Internet Protocol address is not considered personal information.

We collect no personal information about you unless you voluntarily provide it to us during online purchases or you provide it on a request form.

If you volunteer personal information, state law and the federal Privacy Act of 1974 may protect it.

You are always welcome to browse our site and you are not required to contact us by email or submit request forms online. However we will not be able to process your requests or log your comments if you choose to not contact us either online, by phone, or through the mail.


The Sensory Tool House, LLC website has many links to other websites. These include links to websites operated by other government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and private businesses. When you link to another site, you are no longer on the Sensory Tool House, LLC website and this Internet Privacy Notice will not apply. When you link to another website, you are subject to the privacy policy of that new site.

Sensory Tool House, LLC does not warrant the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information published by this system, nor endorses any content, viewpoints, products, or services linked from this system, and shall not be held liable for any losses caused by reliance on the accuracy, reliability, or timeliness of such information. Portions of such information may be incorrect or not current. Any person or entity that relies on any information obtained from this system does so at their own risk.

Your rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) provides you with rights regarding how your data or personal information is treated. Under the legislation, California residents can choose to opt out of the “sale” of their personal information to third parties. Based on the CCPA definition, “sale” refers to data collection for the purpose of creating advertising and other communications. Learn more about CCPA and your privacy rights.

How to opt out

By clicking on the link below, we will no longer collect or sell your personal information. This applies to both third-parties and the data we collect to help personalize your experience on our website or through other communications. For more information, view our privacy policy.


Community Resources

Sensory Tool House, LLC does not endorse any specific treatments, practices, organizations or other. This is provided to assist in finding what works best for you or those you care for.
We believe that everyone has the right to explore options in our community that best support them. Do your research, ask questions, and find what works best for you.
If you know of a resource or would like a resource added to this list, please contact our Community Events Coordinator by email at


Washington Autism Alliance

They work to expand access to healthcare, education and services for people with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities in Washington State.

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Project Guardian

The Centralia Police Department (CPD) is pleased to announce the introduction of Project Guardian. This program was developed to help keep your loved one with intellectual/developmental disabilities, including autism, safe.

Please click below to be directed to the website and to register.

As of 2023, Police Departments of Centralia, Yakima, and Pasco in WA offer this service.

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Lewis County Autism Coalition

Lewis County Autism Coalition promotes meaningful, inclusive access to resources, self-advocacy and independence for neurodivergent people and their families.

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South Sound Parent to Parent

All families caring for someone with special needs will receive the support and resources they need to feel empowered, encouraged and supported. Grays, Mason and Thurston Counties.

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Washington Early Supports for Infants and Toddlers

Information regarding services for children birth to three who may show developmental delays or disabilities.

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Child Find

Child Find, in coordination with school districts, locates children who are potentially eligible for services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and links them with needed services. Preschool-12th grade

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Seattle Children's Autism Center

All the information you and your child need to understand your child’s condition and to participate in treatment. Links to resources.

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UW Autism Center- Tacoma

Support for individuals and families affected by autism spectrum disorders in the South Sound.

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Child Care Action Council

Their mission is to promote and nurture early learning communities where children and families thrive.
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Autism Empowerment

Autism Empowerment is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization devoted to enriching and empowering the lives of youth, adults and families within autistic and neurodivergent communities. We promote a culture of Autism Acceptance and believe that each one of us has gifts and talents to make the world a better place. Wherever you identify in your life journey, Autism Empowerment is here to meet you along the way with acceptance, enrichment, inspiration, and empowerment for the road ahead.

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Spectrum Life Magazine

Spectrum Life Magazine is a grassroots neurodivergent-led community publication.

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Canine Companions

Canine Companions is a national organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained service dogs at no charge to the recipient.

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Readi Lab

The University of Washington READi Lab focuses on conducting research related to early identification and intervention for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), which is also referred to as autism. Our work is important because we know early intervention and detection can change the lives of those impacted by autism.

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National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

NAMI Lewis County is an affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Our members include families, friends, and those individuals with the lived experience of a mental health condition such as schizophrenia, schizo-affective, bipolar disorder (manic depression), major (clinical) depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, and general anxiety disorder.

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Autism Acres

Mission: At Autism Acres we want to build an environment where families with special needs kids can see the Hope and Joy of Christ, feel safe, meet others, have fun, and build a community where we can all share life together.

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Thurston County Inclusion

Thurston County Inclusion was founded in 2019 with the goal to bring youth (ages 5 through 21) with and without intellectual disabilities together for year round engagement in order to support peer connections and relationships. Some example programs that we will run include summer camps that are accessible and inclusive, programs to form mentorships between older and younger people with disabilities and be a general location for peers to connect.

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Hands on Children's Museum

HOCM is located in Olympia. The museum offers a Sensory Friendly Room on the weekends. On Sundays families can participate in Sensory Friendly Hour before the museum opens and stay for Art Time in the Sensory Friendly Room.

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Puget Sound Estuarium

Sensory Hour at the Estuarium is the second Saturday of every month at 10am. Registration required.

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Yelm Cinemas

Yelm Cinemas provides a sensory friendly movie time where theater lights are brought up a little so the entire room can be seen, while making the big screen lighting not so bright. The sound is also turned down a bit for those sensitive to loud noises.

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Pacific Science Center

Exploration for All is a program outside of regular hours when the center is open for families with a member on the autism spectrum. Admission is free.

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Children's Museum of Tacoma

Low Sensory Hours is every Thursday between the hours of 10am-1pm. Families of children with sensory needs are welcome. Admission is pay-as-you-will.

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Kid's Quest Children's Museum

Kid's Quest's FREE Low Sensory Afternoons are every third Thursday from 3pm-5pm. The museum is located in Bellevue and is open to children with autism and/or a sensory processing challenge.

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Seattle Children's Play Garden

Seattle Play Garden is a safe and accessible place to play for children of all abilities. It is a fully fenced, 1-acre garden. Make sure to check the website for closures due to camps and private events.

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Miner's Corner Park

This 13-acre community park in Bothell was developed to be 100% universally accessible. It includes paths and play spaces in the woods, play structures and a massive lookout tower.

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Lewis County Accessible Recreation

Lewis County Accessible Recreation is a new community program for youth and adults with disabilities.

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Ben's Fund

Ben's Fund helps individuals with autism reach their full potential through finacial aid and support services

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Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE)

Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) is a federal Act which authorized states to establish tax-advantaged savings programs so individuals with disabilities can save and invest money without jeopardizing eligibility for public benefits.

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Supplemental Security Income

The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program provides monthly payments to adults and children with a disability or blindness who have income and resources below specific financial limits.

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Disability support for individuals.

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A Gift for Special Children

A Gift for Special Children is a non-profit organization which helps families who have special needs children in Mason County.

Main message line 360-427-7058

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Plus One Foundation

Plus One Foundation offers resources to those affected by neurological conditions, and educates the community about related issues.

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Occupational and Speech Therapists

Therapeutic Beginnings

Therapeutic Beginnings is dedicated to meeting the pediatric occupational and speech therapy needs of families in the South Sound region.

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Loud and Clear Speech Therapy

Provides speech therapy services that are holistic, strengths-based, and identity-affirming to all individuals.

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Washington Elks Therapy Program for Children, Inc.

They offer home-based pediatric occupational therapy to families who would otherwise not be able to access optimal support due to limited funds, insufficient or nonexistent insurance, difficulty with transportation, etc.  Therapy is offered at no cost to the families served.  Anybody can contact the program, or their local Elks therapist, to assess whether the program would be a good fit for their child or young adult (ages 0-21).

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Cornerstone Center for Development

Cornerstone Center for Development is committed to providing outpatient pediatric speech, occupational, physical, behavioral, and mental health therapies to children and adolescents in our region.

Located in Centralia, WA

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Discovering Expression Speech and Language

Discovering Expression Speech and Language is a private practice servicing the pediatric community with speech therapy services from birth to 18 years old. Our goal is to provide play based and child focused speech services that will allow all our patients to reach their speech and language goals!

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Psychologists, Counselors, Mental Health Providers

Discover Psychology

Dr. Sara Woods provides neurodiversity-affirming assessments of autism, ADHD, learning, anxiety, trauma, gifted and highly capable, and more.

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JB Psychological Services

Dr. Barta’s expertise in neuropsychological assessment and understanding of brain functioning turns heads. She was the recipient of the School Psychologist of the Year in Delaware and now uses her knowledge to help families and adults understand what is happening, why, and what to do.

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Neurodivergent Therapists

Therapists in Washington who specialize in working with clients who are neurodivergent.

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Autism Therapist in Seattle

Therapists in Seattle, Washington who specialize in working with clients who are on the autism spectrum.

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Psychology Today Washington State

Therapists in Washington State.

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Morningside provides employment services for individuals with disabilities.

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Lettuce Learn

Lettuce Learn is an innovative test prep service that aims to effectively nullify the disadvantages that neurodivergent students experience in preparing for and taking standardized tests.

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Golden Pennant

Based in Kirkland, Golden Pennant is an educational consultancy that specializes in supporting neurodivergent K-12 and post-secondary learners through academic management and differentiated coaching. All with extensive professional experience in working with LD/ND students, our coaches intimately help students stay confidently on top of schoolwork, mitigate mental dips and avoid hazards, and explore and develop their future healthily and effectively.

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UC Davis Redwood SEED (Supported Education to Elevate Diversity) Scholars Program

A first-of-its-kind inclusive college program for students with intellectual disabilities in the state of California.

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OPSI Special Education

Information regarding special education in Washington State.

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