If you’re new to the ReachMyGoals (RMG) app, you might be thinking that there is a lot involved in using the app. You may even question if taking the time to learn it is worth it. The truth is, the ReachMyGoals app has quite a few features, but they are all features designed to help you create, organize, modify, and complete goals.
I wouldn’t expect you to learn every aspect of the RMG app right off the bat. Instead, the best approach is to start by learning one feature of the app at a time, practicing the use of that feature and then moving on to another feature. We'll walk you through all the key features together and provide you the opportunity to practice with Give It A Try exercises along the way.
If you’re still with me, I’m going to guess that are you committed to giving it a try. I’ll be with you through the whole process and will explain not only the steps necessary to use the app, but also why and how the RMG app will help you in your daily life.
Michelle Wild is a professor at Coastline Community College and has taught in Coastline’s Acquired Brain Injury Program for 30 years. She has authored Making Cognitive Connections workbooks on the use of Apple-based, Android-based, and Windows-based smart devices as cognitive prosthetics.
Based on her experience, she has launched two apps to help deal individuals deal with common issues associated with cognitive challenges:
Most recently, she started a non-profit called Brain Education Strategies and Technology.