Let's talk about a taboo

More than 100 children lose a parent every day in the UK.

25% of under 20’s who commit suicide have experienced childhood bereavement.

Grief counselling is expensive, and is not accessible or appealing to many young people, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds. More young people are turning to social media to process their grief.

Apart of Me provides young people with a safe space to grieve, where they can hear from others who know how it feels and find strength and wisdom.

A unique experience that talks their language, whenever they need, in a format they understand, designed specifically for them.

Apart of Me solves the hardest challenge any parent can face: how to help your children grieve

Who is it for?

Young people who have lost a parent or other close relative, also those who have someone important in their life with a terminal illness.

What people are saying

Since being involved in this project, I have been able to find some meaning from all of those dark times

- Jamie, Bereaved young person

We are sure this game will be a huge success and a vital tool for a 21st Century approach to bereavement.

- Linda Magistris, Chief Executive/Founder, The Good Grief Trust

This game has the ability to change lives and save others.

- William Hunter Howell, Best-selling author of Affable in Adversity

Wonderful idea!

- Stephen Fry

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