Inspiring man drops to hands and knees to give boy with autism a haircut
Here's your feel good story of the day!
Meet James Williams, a hairdresser from Wales, whose patience and kindness has gone viral on the internet.
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According to Williams's Facebook page, a young customer named Mason was recently diagnosed with autism and his parents have found it difficult to get his hair cut. So, over the past few months, Williams has been attempting to try different ways to cut Mason's hair, but the young boy was still left feeling uncomfortable.
As explained by The Mighty, "Because of sensory overload, haircuts are often difficult and even painful for people with autism."
It wasn't until Williams really got on Mason's level, that he was able to able to cut his hair perfectly.
If you have a child with autism, watch the video below:
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