Community Resources

Sensory Tool House, LLC is committed to helping you find the resources you need for you or those you care for. We will continue to update this list as we find resources. If you know of a resource or would like a resource added to this list, please contact our Director of Resources by email at

Ben's Fund - The Ben's Fund Mission is to provide support to children and young adults with autism through financial assistance and guidance. Washington State

South Sound Parent 2 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

Lewis County Autism Collation - They grow and sustain resources for children and adults on the autism spectrum, their parents and families, and our larger community.

Washington Elks Therapy Program for Children - 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).

We Rock the Spectrum - This Federal Way sensory gym provides children with a fun and motivational environment to help them in the areas of strength, movement, sensory processing, communication, positive behavior modification, social interactions, and self-care skills. Our unique equipment assists all children in their neurological growth and development.

Morningside - Provides employment services to individuals with disabilities and other significant barriers to employment. They may employ individuals in one of the several Morningside operated businesses or assist individuals with disabilities and other significant barriers to employment with community employment.

Byte - They have recently published an educational guide on dental care for children with autism. Children with autism are likely to suffer many more oral health problems, including tooth decay, gum disease, and dental injury than children without autism. On top of that, sensory sensitivities also make effective oral hygiene routines and visits to the dentist challenging.

Thurston County Inclusion - This organization was founded with the goal to bring youth (ages 5 through 21) with and without intellectual disabilities together. They foster year-round engagement to support peer connections and relationships. 

Northwest Access Fund - This non-profit offers financial products and services to support those with disabilities in Washington and Oregon states. There are a variety of programs open to all disabilities and all ages.