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Women & Wellness Webinar Series: Nutrition & Neurodivergence with Barb Cook

A live virtual workshop presented by Barb Cook Developmental Educator, Integrative Nutritionist & Adult ADHD Coach

We all need energy. How we obtain it however can come from a variety of sources. We can get energy from food which gives us calories to burn, sleep which restores our mental and physical wellbeing so we have energy to do things throughout the day, and from doing things we enjoy.

Looking at all the different ways to obtain energy has me thinking about the necessity of food. Food provides our bodies with fuel as well as sustaining life. Over the past few decades, we have seen an enormous increase in food choices, but a decline in health as obesity, diabetes, coronary heart disease and cancer rise in increasing numbers. With the increased food availability and choices, surely, we should be getting healthier, not sicker?

This webinar will explore the many aspects of food and nutrition and how it can impact or improve our mental well-being, make us feel sluggish or energetic, and to sift through the enormous amount of literature on what is good or not so good for us to eat. Barb will also explore the impacts of food choices and diet on the autistic and ADHD person and mind, along with the challenges of restricted food choices that can occur from textural and taste sensitivities. Plus, the additional concerns of related conditions that can occur, ranging from gut issues, food intolerances and sensitivities, allergies, brain fog, yeast overgrowth, and age-related concerns of peri/menopause, diabetes, heart disease, cancer and neurological decline.

This workshop is not to be missed.

This workshop is not to be missed.

Presentation slides and handouts will be provided prior to the event.

This workshop may be claimed under the NDIS for self and plan managed participants. Please check with your NDIS LAC / Plan Manager prior to purchasing your ticket.

If you require a detailed invoice, please email connect @ neurodiversityhub.com explaining what information is required.

An online link to attend will be sent out to participants 24 hours prior to event start. Please check your junk and spam folders if you do not receive a link. We will be unable to resend a link once the event has started.

A copy of the recording of the event will be available for you to watch for 30 days.

Date: 19 August 2022

Time: 10am to 2pm

Venue: Online

Price: $75-$90

Facilitators:

Barb Cook: Developmental Educator, Integrative Nutritionist & Adult ADHD Coach

*We welcome self-managed and plan managed NDIS participants. Check with LAC/Plan Manager

Work to Your Strengths Workshop

A short monthly workshop on resume writing & exploring interests/careers

  • Structure your Resume
  • Showcase your Skills
  • Do’s and Don’ts of Resume Writing
  • Finding and Matching Key Skills in an Advertisement
  • Sample Resume Templates
  • Writing a Resume with No Previous Work Experience
  • Conclude with a Project and Add Hours to the Resume

Dates:

  • 6 May 2022
  • 27 May 2022 (Online)
  • 24 June 2022
  • 22 July 2022
  • 26 August 2022
  • 16 September 2022

Venue: Holland Park RSL Hall

Email: info@socialspacecommunity.com

Price: $1250

Age: 14-17 Years and their Parents/Carers attend as well

Facilitators:
Barb Cook; Development Educator, Autism & Neurodiversity Consultant
Radhika Tanksale; Director Social Space Community

*We welcome self-managed and third party managed NDIS participants. Check with LAC/Plan Manager