Whether you are the owner or the director of an assisted living facility, you are probably always wanting to make it a lovely and comfortable place for the residents. You probably already have craft days, bingo afternoons or evenings, special movie days, and other activities that will bring fun and diversity to the lives of individuals who live under your care. If you're thinking of adding a small beauty shop, here are some things that will help you accomplish that goal.
Find the Right Beauticians
Perhaps the people who live in the assisted care facility sometimes have limited funds. Consider finding beauticians who will not even charge for their services. Go to beauty shops and explain what you are doing and you will probably find volunteers who want to share their talent with the folks at your establishment. Another idea is to go to local beauty colleges and work out an arrangement where the students can earn credit toward their graduation by working on your residents. Additionally, a lot of cosmetology schools require their students to perform a certain amount of service hours.
Plan The Beauty Shop Area
You certainly don't need very much space. Divide the room you select into three basic areas.
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