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A Big Juicy UpdateIt's been a busy summer for Bounce Works and the Apart of Me team and we wanted to share some exciting news.
How apps have the potential to save lives | Anna BawdenApps that allow deaf people to call 999 and blind people to find volunteers to 'be their eyes', are two winners of this year's Tech4Good awards, says Society Guardian deputy editor Anna Bawden
the GuardianAnna Bawden
Forget Juicero, here are the tech gadgets we can actually get excited about in 2018If this year's $120m juicing flop gave you reason to doubt in human ingenuity, take heart in these incredible inventions to come: from an artificial kidney to a breast pump you might actually want to use
the GuardianOlivia Solon
The app which helps kids talk about griefA child psychotherapist has told BBC 5 live he's created a game which aims to help children open up about grief.
Bounce Works' island app saves memories for grieving children | The MemoAt any age losing someone you love is difficult. But it can be even more taxing for children who have not yet built up the emotional skills or support networks needed to manage their grief. Now Bounce Works, a studio founded by leading psychotherapist Louis Weinstock and software engineer Ben Page, is creating an app to help lighten the load.
We Created a Game to Support Young People When Someone They Love Has a Terminal IllnessImagine for a moment that you are 15 years old, your parents are divorced and you live with your father who is a recovering alcoholic. You and your father are trying your best. You are preparing for your GCSEs at school and, despite a challenging start to life, you are starting to thrive.