Speaking from the stylist point of view. Many days were mentally hard. The clients were all sick and somedays a stylist feels a little under the weather.
I do honestly say that stylist that are professionals are always ready to put the client or patient first. In the homebound the demand is greater than in a salon and behind the chair.
The Mobile Comb stylist always looked and acted professional. Her tools were always clean. She brought in her own linens and capes. The floor might get a little messed up when cutting. The area was always cleaned to the last hair before leaving the location. If the client was a bed patient the same dedication was taken. If hair got in the bed ot water on the sheets it was corrected aswell.
Mobile Comb prayed with many patients. Mobile Comb fulfilled many wishes of the sick. Mobile Comb was so well thought of a client passed away leaving a donation to the www.Churchhealthcenter.org in her honor.
I was there on many occassions and witnessed a healing process for the sick. It was just a mission of a greater power.
stylist in Memphis