Another autism friendly barber…

Hello 👋  😃

Remember my post a little while back called  Stourbridge hairdresser championed as a safe place for parents to bring their children with special educational needs ?

Well, my blogging friend Mr Knitter has kindly sent me a link to a autism friendly barbers in the north of England…

Click here for the autism friendly barber…

Mr Knitter commented on my previous post saying …

That is great to see there are other barbers and hairdressers catering for kids with needs. People like Anthony should be admired for their work. My friend has won awards for her barber business as she too caters for kids with all needs, she has spent lots of money making her place an amazing place, she even has special barber chairs that are cars, sensory items and other fun things for the kids, and they all get certificates each time.

Isn’t that fab!? We really need to share and promote these businesses.

Please go and check out Mr Knitter’s blog

before you leave.

Thank you 🙂

Stourbridge hairdresser championed as a safe place for parents to bring their children with special educational needs

I’m really impressed by this business and want to give it a ‘heads up’. If I lived closer I would investigate having my hair cut there. I have been cutting my own hair for four years and its rather difficult to say the least.

Dudley CVS blog

We recently caught up with Anthony Cokeley, Interim PSIAMS manager at Dudley CVS, to talk about exciting developments of a new online resource for children with special educational needs (SEN).

Care & Share, developed by PSIAMS systems, is an online community website and platform that supports children with SEN and their families. The website houses useful information and resources whilst behind the scenes lies a bespoke system which allows families, carers and professionals to document, track and celebrate the progress of the child.

One of the great things about the website, due to officially launch this month, is how the featured information has helped people with additional needs to connect to local businesses recognised as safe places in the community.

Labichi’s, a local hairdressers in Stourbridge, has recently featured on the Care & Share website as a safe place for parents to bring their children with SEN for a comfortable…

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