Established in 1998, Senior Salons provides professional beauty salon services to Senior Communities in the Greater Seattle area.
Our friendly stylists are chosen for their desire to work with senior clientele. Each stylist is trained to meet the unique needs of their clients and provide a pleasant salon experience. The majority of our staff has been in the beauty industry for 20+ years.
We have designed our company to function in partnership with the communities we work with. This includes handling all billing and general inquiries for the salon. In addition, we offer close communication with family members and our local presence makes us available to you when you need us.
We look forward to working with you!
For more information about the salons, click on the Locations tab.
Staff Dementia Training
Our Next Dementia Training is scheduled for
Summer 2021 -in Bellevue please contact Barbara if you need to attend.
Senior Salons COVID Response
WASHINGTON STATE COVID PROTOCOL – Department of Health All personal service businesses are required to comply with the following COVID-19 facility-specific safety practices:
Authorized access to the business should primarily be through the front door. Other access points should be kept closed and locked.
Client occupancy should be kept at 50% or lower, with the exception of one to one service in an enclosed room.
Prior to reopening, all personal service businesses are required to develop and post at each location a
comprehensive COVID-19 exposure control, mitigation and recovery plan. The plan must include policies regarding the following control measures: PPE utilization; on-location physical distancing; hygiene; sanitation; symptom monitoring; incident reporting; location disinfection procedures;
COVID-19 safety information and requirements, such as CDC, DOH, OSHA posters and the employer-owner written policies for COVID-19, shall be visibly posted at each location.
Soap and running water shall be abundantly provided at all personal service businesses for frequent handwashing. Employee-service providers should be encouraged to leave their workstations to wash their hands regularly, before and after going to the bathroom, before and after eating and after coughing, sneezing or blowing their nose. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers with greater than 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol can also be used but are not a replacement for the water requirement.
In areas visible to all workers, post required hygienic practices which include:
o Not touching the face with unwashed hands or with gloves; o Washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; o Using hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol;
o Cleaning and disinfecting frequently-touched objects and surfaces such as workstations, keyboards, telephones, handrails, machines, shared tools, elevator control buttons, doors and doorknobs; and
o Covering the mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing as well as other hygienic recommendations by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
All linens, towels, drapes, smocks, etc., must be laundered
Disinfectants must be available to employee-service providers and clients throughout the workplace and ensure
cleaning supplies are frequently replenished.
Clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces after each use, including reception area, personal work stations, mirrors,
chairs, headrests and armrests, dryers, shampoo bowls, hand tools, other equipment, handrails, restrooms and breakrooms, using soapy water, followed by the appropriate disinfectants. Porous and soft surface tools cannot be disinfected and must be used once and then discarded.
Shampoobowletiquetteincludescoveringthefaceoftheclientwithatowelwhileshampooingtoprotecttheir mouth, nose and eyes.
Iftheseareascannotbecleanedanddisinfectedfrequently,thepersonalservicebusinessshallbeshutdownuntil such measures can be achieved and maintained.
Human-machineinterfacessuchaskeyboards,buttons,etc.,mustbesanitizedanddisinfectedbetweenusers. Standard tools like brooms, mops and vacuums need to be sanitized and disinfected after each use
Developaprotocolforanyphysicalsign-offrequirementstoavoidclosecontactandlimitthecommonuseof writing instruments. If used, writing instruments should be sanitized and disinfected after each use.