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Employees from the International Community Health Center transform a community room at the Legacy House, an assisted living facility, into a makeshift salon, in Seattle, Wash. on November 12, 2020. “Today we're providing haircuts for our residents.” says Raymond He, a supervisor. “I think this came out of necessity. A lot of the residents, I mean, it's been a while since they've even left the facility and their hair has gotten so long. Family members that have been watching them over video calls or maybe come by to drop off something, they've noticed their hair has been getting too long for them.I think they're very considerate about my lack of skill. They just want it shorter, just easier to manage.”

Employees from the International Community Health Center transform a community room at the Legacy House, an assisted living facility, into a makeshift salon, in Seattle, Wash. on November 12, 2020. “Today we're providing haircuts for our residents.” says Raymond He, a supervisor. “I think this came out of necessity. A lot of the residents, I mean, it's been a while since they've even left the facility and their hair has gotten so long. Family members that have been watching them over video calls or maybe come by to drop off something, they've noticed their hair has been getting too long for them. 

I think they're very considerate about my lack of skill. They just want it shorter, just easier to manage.”