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The Your Life Talks app is an easy way to record yourself or a family member speaking or typing answers to our carefully selected Conversation Starter Questions. You will have the option of receiving either a PDF e-booklet or csv file with your recorded responses.
It is easy to use with 50 questions to answer in both the ‘Your Life Story’ and ‘Your Life Wishes’ Conversations. Simply 'Talk' or 'Type' your responses to each question! Our app will transcribe your spoken answers into text, or alternatively, you can choose to type the answers.
You can set your own pace with just a few questions at a time, and save your progress to come back at a later time.
One Family, One App – Store your family members’ responses on the one App. You can add additional family members…Mum and Dad, Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles up to 6 family members.
Five languages available - English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese and Polish with more languages being added.
YOUR LIFE STORY CONVERSATION
Everything in our life, from the everyday to the extraordinary, is a story waiting to be told.
Recalling yours or a family member’s fondest memories and life experiences can be lots of fun. Your family will enjoy discovering childhood stories, and hearing about the adventures of early adult life and the anecdotes along the way.
The 50 questions encompass childhood memories, growing up years, milestones, travel, accomplishments and favourite family stories.
Create a treasured family keepsake of stories for your family.
YOUR LIFE WISHES CONVERSATION
We should all plan for the later stages of our life.
An accident or illness can change the course of your life in unexpected ways. Should you or a family member become mentally or physically ill, you will have assisted the family in making important decisions about arranging your personal affairs and health care preferences, if you have previously discussed and recorded your wishes.
It can bring 'peace of mind' to both you and your family, knowing you have lessened the burden on them when it comes to making difficult decisions regarding future wishes.