Google Calendar

How It Works

Google Calendar is a time-management and scheduling calendar service. It is available on the web and as mobile apps for the Android and iOS mobile operating systems.

The Google Calendar application allows users to create personal or public calendars after signing up for a Google account. The accounts are free, and Google stores the calendars within its cloud computing system. That means that the company stores the application and user information on its own servers. The user doesn’t have to download special software to access the calendar — all access is through a Web browser.

How We Use It To Support the Need

Google Calendar is used to assist people with remembering appointments and important events. It can be used in conjunction with a FitBit or Smartwatch and will alert you of all your scheduled events on your wrist.  You are also able to share your calendar with people you choose to help you be more independent.