Master of Autism (Education) & Diploma of Health Science (Nutrition)
Registered Developmental Educator, Integrative Nutritionist, Adult ADHD Coach, Neurodiversity Employment Training, Best-Selling Author, Global Presenter.
Developing individualised learning strategies, tools and supports with positive outcomes for Neurodivergent people.
Barb is a Developmental Educator (DE) and Autism and Neurodiversity Consultant for neurodivergent teens and adults (autism, ADHD and dyslexia). As a Developmental Educator, Barb focuses on developing individualised learning strategies, tools and supports with positive outcomes for neurodivergent individuals across the lifespan.
Professional Allied Health Services & Wellness Hub Supporting the NeuroDiverse Community. We currently provide a wide ranges or services and supports for self and plan managed NDIS participants.
Developmental Educators are highly skilled multi-disciplinary disability specialists with passion and expertise in fostering the skills, independence and quality of life of individuals with developmental and/or acquired disabilities. They have a practical approach and work holistically across the life span to address issues which may affect the function, independence and social inclusion of individuals with disability, their families and carers.
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Join Barb Cook, Nicole Rogerson and Dr James Best with Hireup for a two part series on Autism and the NDIS. This session is on first time autism diagnosis and where to find the right information. Length 58:07:00 Date 10 November 2021 About this recording: Have you/your child recently received an autism diagnosis and you’re
WATCH BELOW In conversation with Barb Cook. Austism – Autism Awareness Australia, Brisbane State Library, Qld, Australia. 23rd March 2021 Duration: 29 minutes 48 seconds
Autistic people often mask and camouflage as they feel uncomfortable about showing their true selves, or, to avoid standing out in the crowd. This occurs due to a lack of understanding and acceptance of difference within society, and the autistic person feeling they must hide who they really are, in fear of being seen as