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Here is What You'll Learn

How the BEST Suite will help you manage your life.

The BEST Suite is 4 apps in 1. You learn about each app and how you can start with one and add the others when you're reay.

How ReachMyGoals helps you set and accomplish your goals

Learn how ReachMyGoals can help you see all your goals and goal-related tasks and progress in one place. It can also walk you through the process of setting up your goals using a step-by-step process.

How StrategizeMyLife will help you track strategies that are beneficial to your success

Learn how StrategizeMyLife can help you group and rate strategies so they are available at your fingertips when you need them.

How CompleteMyToDos can help you track your tasks & projects

Learn how CompleteMyToDos can help you track current and upcoming tasks as well as projects for everyday success.

How PaceMyDay can help with energy & fatigue

Learn how PaceMyDay can help you plan your daily activities, take breaks, and track your progress.

How to download and get started with the BEST Suite

We'll walk you through the steps to download and get started with the app that will help you the most with the challenges you identify.


About Michelle Ranae Wild

Michelle Ranae Wild’s passion is helping individuals living with brain injury and other cognitive conditions learn to use compensatory strategies to gain greater independence. Her entire career, more than three decades, has been dedicated to teaching executive function and self-regulation skills to students in Coastline College’s Acquired Brain Injury Program.


About Kristi Kragthorpe Pero

Kristi Pero is a retired substitute teacher and works as a co-curriculum designer and trainer for BEST. Following a brain injury herself, she enrolled in Coastline Community College’s Acquired Brain Injury Program. Although not tech-savvy before her accident, Kristi soon saw how the strategies she mastered in Michelle’s class were vital to her maximizing her own independence, and she found her passion for helping others living with brain injury to use technology in their everyday lives.