Barberville Barbershop

Barberville Barbershop

UPDATED: November 1, 2018

For years, Barberville Barbershop has been dedicated in providing haircut services for children and adults with autism and special needs. All of our barbers are trained and have years of experience in haircutting for kids and adults that fall on the spectrum.

Through training and utilizing our very own custom barber toolbox, we aim to improve the experience for children and adults with autism and any special needs.

We have the patience and techniques in providing not only a comfortable but great looking haircut. We will always book your appointment according to your needs.

The toolbox assists the barbers by keeping young children and teens still and, thus, avoid bad haircuts. Another tool used at Barberville is a unique manual clipper that cuts hair the same way a buzzer clipper would, but does not make the noise or vibrates.

Haircuts at Barberville will be a good experience for both child and parents.

Please call or message us if you have any questions or would like to book an appointment. Thank you.

  • Languages:
  • Creole
  • English
  • Spanish
  • Insurances Accepted:
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Barberville Barbershop
2756 N. University Drive
Sunrise, FL 33322
United States






Alvaro Pedreros

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