Newport Beach, CA (August 11, 2020) – College consulting services for neurodiverse students are now available to Poppy Life Care clients through a partnership recently developed with Costa Mesa, California-based Royal College Consulting. The college consulting services are a new addition to Poppy Life Care services available to adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other conditions that impact learning abilities.“The goal of attending college is something that should be possible for all students, including those on the autism spectrum,” said Erica Solis, Poppy Life Care Founder and Executive Director. “One of things we strive for as a community resource is to bring our special needs families together with the tools and resources to address their unique needs and concerns. I’m excited that we’re able to include another service to help adolescents who may otherwise not have access to this service.”
Royal College Consulting’s services available to Poppy Life Care families include comprehensive college planning, which, for students with autism spectrum disorders or learning disabilities, typically require a level of preparation that differs from that of neurotypical students.
“One of the most important things that parents of a special needs child should know is that the road to college does not begin in high school,” said Janice Royal, Independent Education Consultant and Founder of Royal College Consulting and herself the parent of a daughter with an Asperger’s diagnosis. “It is a long and sometimes arduous process, and I know from personal experience that college planning resources for families challenged with LD, ADHD, Dyslexia, and ASD can be hard to find. I’m grateful that my partnership with Poppy Life Care can enable me to reach more of those families.”
Exclusively available to Poppy Life Care families is special pricing on Royal College Consulting’s regular Comprehensive College Planning and hourly fees. Interested Poppy Life Care families can click here to make an appointment with Royal College Consulting to take advantage of these special offers.
About Poppy Life Care
Poppy Life Care is a United States non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that is determined to educate and empower children and parents living with issues related to spectrum disorders, ADHD, anxiety and depression. Poppy Life Care serves families living with these daily challenges and supports not only awareness but therapies and education, reducing the dependency on prescription drugs, and eliminating stigmas through interdisciplinary programs.
Our goal is to facilitate awareness and education while building innovative care programs, which we hope to accomplish alongside our local communities, its businesses and people. We believe in helping each other as part of an ecosystem of local businesses, healthcare groups, academic institutions and professionals alike. Visit www.poppylifecare.org for more information.
About Royal College Consulting
Royal College Consulting is based in Costa Mesa, California and was founded by Independent Educational Consultant Janice Royal, M.A., who specializes in helping families challenged with Learning Disabilities, ADHD, Dyslexia, and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Royal’s credentials include a Professional Certificate in College Admissions Counseling from UC Riverside; Professional Membership in the Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA); and membership in the Learning Disabilities Association of America. Her formal education includes a B.A. (Summa Cum Laude) in American Studies from California State University, Long Beach, where she was selected for admission to the Phi Beta Kappa honor society; and an M.A. in American Studies from Claremont Graduate University. Royal has personally visited over 100 colleges and universities across the nation, and continues to seek new ways to make the goal of a college education achievable by special needs teens. Visit www.royalcollegeconsulting.com for more information.
Media contact: Erica Solis, Founder & Executive Director, (949) 393-2240, firstname.lastname@example.org