Community workers sometimes say they are making change one conversation at a time. Making change one haircut at a time is what one hairdresser is doing. She has found a way to cut the hair of children with autism so it is not a major ordeal. The article comes from ABC News and has a video showing how it is done. The salon also caters for other people who often find it difficult to find a hairdresser that will accommodate their individual requirements. People with disability like to look good too – something that is not often realised by others. The article explains how this hairdresser has adapted her salon and her skills to make a haircut an pleasant experience for all. Other services could learn from this example.
— ABC News (@abcnews) September 7, 2018