13 West 3rd Street, Media
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Therapeutic strategies used to help your child have a playful hairstyle

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Was your child's last haircut difficult?

Children who have sensory processing difficulties will often cry, scream, push, kick, and require their parents to forcefully hold them while the stylist attempts to quickly cut the child’s hair.  This is not only an unpleasant experience - it is also unsafe for the child and stylist.   Parents describe their child’s response  as  a disproportionate response and appearing to cause their child pain. 

How I can help.

As a pediatric occupational therapist and a licensed cosmetologist, I will assess your child's sensory processing, learning style and functional communication to determine how it impacts your child's acceptance of a haircut.  I will create a personalized treatment plan to improve your child's ability to get a haircut safely.   

Therapeutic Goal.

My goal is to help your child learn to have his or her hair cut safely in a salon or barbershop in your community.

Services Offered

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Service available via appointment only.  Currently appointments available on Sundays.  


Location and Contact information

SNIPS 4 Kids Cuts

1 West 3rd Street, Media, PA 19063

(215) 870-8971



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