I been here with my son and my son has autism and he was very good with my son . and gave him a nice hair cut too!
I have been going to Scott for over a decade and I always get a great cut, even though I change it up from time to time. Yankee Clipper has a family-owned feel, which I like, and Scott is happy to talk — or to let you just relax and enjoy the cut. Every so often, I blow it and miss an appointment; and on those occasions, he has always been gracious about simply setting me up with the next available appointment without hassle or charging (though he would be justified to do otherwise). Regarding other reviewers, I have personally observed Scott many times over the years patiently cutting the hair of crying or even screaming children (he is, after all, a father of young children himself). In all such cases, however, the parent is key to the equation; a barber is not a behaviorist.
I have also been to this shop. And the negative comment is justified. The owner, I feel, shouldn't have to posting to help make her shop seem better. These are customer reviews to helper other and future customers. I live in Bridgewater and have been looking for a GOOD place to get my son and I haircuts. There are seemingly very few in the area. Its one thing or the other with most shops. Not the price, everyone seems fair with the price, but either the service or the haircut themselves are the issue. A barbershop should be a place were a gut can just relax and be confident in knowing the barber knows what he/she is doing. OWNERS shouldn't have to defend there shop, they should let the people speak and find out for themselves.