Well, you are in for a ride! Many things will change but they love a structured life and will adapt well over time. Just keep reading and learning.
I don't have a Bare-eye but all cockatoos are flock animals and nothing is worse to a cockatoo than to be alone and abandoned. They thrive on being "in the flock". You will learn to make contact calls when you are not in the same vicinity or room. This gives them the security of knowing you are nearby. Over time, as you build your relationship, you can actually explain absences and they will come to accept normal absences.
Everything she had known is now changed so she will be confused and fearful until she settles with her routine. She will still want you around because you are at least a human. There will be a learning curve and you will be best advised to always be calm, or appear calm, as you learn and make adjustments because she will key on your emotional state.
Thanks for taking her and we will help you along your way!