Students with disabilities participate in pre-prom beauty rituals

05/11/2010 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

A group of beauty salons in Minnesota is providing free makeovers to students with special needs who want to attend their school proms. One stylist, whose daughter has autism, began offering the free makeovers in 2007 as a way to include children with disabilities in typical social activities and help parents afford a small luxury for their children with special needs.

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