Washington Expands Supports for Families During COVID-19

Looking to support your child during COVID-19? Washington’s Department of Social and Health Services is looking to support you! The Disaster Cash Assistance Program (DCAP) helps Washingtonians meet their needs during the coronavirus crisis. DCAP benefits range from $363 to $1,121, based on household size, income and need, and can be used for resources that support your child, including their behavioral needs. To create a custom package, ask our expert team which sensory tools are just right for your child’s needs.


Telehealth Equipment

Is your child now receiving services through telehealth? Purchase the sensory equipment you need in order to make the most of every therapy session. Share your child’s current therapy goals with us, and we’ll help you choose the appropriate telehealth equipment.


Behavioral Support

Is your child struggling behaviorally due to the changes and challenges of COVID-19? Create a soothing sensory space where your child can decompress. Fill it with calming tools that can help your child self-regulate, and identify and express their emotions. You and your child can enjoy the benefits of their improved self-expression and mood regulation throughout the day.


Active Kids, Action Rooms

Does your child need to move? Create a space where your sensory-seeker can bounce, swing, crawl and crash. Help your child get the vestibular and proprioceptive input that calms their systems so they can focus and learn.