Registered Developmental Educator, Integrative Nutritionist, Women’s Health, Adult ADHD Coach, Neurodiversity Employment Training, Best-Selling Author, Global Presenter.
Bookings for telehealth appointments are available with Barb Cook, registered Developmental Educator and Integrative Nutritionist.
Barb’s areas of interest are in working with adult women and gender diverse neurodivergent people, particularly midlife, ageing, menopause, nutrition and nutrigenomics, and taking a personalised and holistic approach to overall care and wellness.
Barb conducts a variety of assessments including BRIEF autism and ADHD assessments, functional capacity assessments for the NDIS and workplace environmental assessments that encompasses your unique sensory profile.
Barb’s services are claimable through the NDIS in both Core and Capacity Building. Please check with your plan manager prior to making a booking.
To book your appointment, please head over to the NeuroDiversity Hub’s online client booking portal to see available times and days. Once booking has been made, one of the admin team will be in contact with you with further intake information and forms.
Barb is a registered Developmental Educator, past Deputy Chair of the Developmental Educators Australia Incorporated (DEAI), an Integrative Nutritionist and current Executive Board Member of the Australasian Integrative Medicine Association (AIMA), and takes a holistic approach in improving the health and wellbeing of neurodivergent people. Barb predominantly works with adults and has an intense interest in neurodivergent women, menopause, ageing, nutrition, nutrigenetics/nutrigenomics, Autism, ADHD, Parkinson's Disease and neurodegenerative diseases.
Professional Telehealth 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.
Barb Cook provides presentations on a variety of topics. With Barb’s unique perspective as a neurodivergent person - ADHD, autistic and dyslexic - supported by her clinical, academic and research knowledge, Barb will have you engaged and informed.
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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