Free Printable Social Stories About Getting a Haircut
[Source: And Next Comes L]
Getting a hair cut is a big deal to kids with autism or sensory issues. Many families struggle to find a hair stylist who is understanding and patient. One who can understand the sensory sensitivities that go along with getting one’s hair cut.
We personally cut our boys’ home ourselves at home, but I remember how difficult those first few haircuts were when J was a toddler and a preschooler. We would have to cut for a little bit, pause, and repeat over and over. It’s a lot easier now, but there are still challenges we face when cutting his hair.
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