TULSA -- With school starting up soon in Green Country, parents want their kids to look and feel their best with a fresh haircut but it's not an easy task for many families.
Five-year-old Henry Jones has autism. His mother, Carrie, describes previous trips to the salon as torture.
"He cried the whole time but it was fast, so we were like okay it’s torture but it’s fast," said Jones.
That is, until she discovered Chloe's, specializing in cutting hair for kids with special needs or sensory related issues.
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