"Life Support takes users on a visual journey from greyed-out visuals to multi-coloured information, featuring such as tips on how to talk to children about death and audio clips from experts in palliative care".
"While Life Support is an online tool that people can use alone, it aims to help its users continue conversations about death offline as well".
Although I think it is great that there are so many different ways to help individuals and loved ones to start the conversations around death, dying and grief, I don't want to rely on tools that may take the "humanity" out of End of Life conversations.
Death is a natural and normal part of life, and the more we learn to be comfortable with discussing all aspects of it, the more we can be emotionally present for the dying. When we are more present, we can focus of loving and supporting everyone involved, which in turn, encourages healing and comfort.