A barber soothes a child with autism by singing — and finds a new purpose

© Courtesy Lisa Ann McKenzie/The Celtic Barber Rothwell Central

Clippers buzzing, scissors clinking, men talking loudly in the Talcum-scented air. It’s a comforting barbershop cacophony for most of the clients.

But for Jordie Rowland, it’s an assault on the senses. He has autism and his cries pierced through the other

Read the full article at the original source

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.