Ryan House has unveiled a new “Story of Me Room” to provide opportunities for families to document the story of their child’s life prior to their passing.

The “Story of Me Room,” made possible through a grant from the Humana Foundation, provides a state-of-the-art multimedia experience that will allow Ryan House children to capture memories and promote healthy communications between their entire families.

“The kids we serve are not expected to live through early adulthood,” said Julie Bank, Ryan House executive director. “The technology in the Ryan House Studio will capture and document the stories of their lives and it’s those memories that will last a lifetime for the families who care for them. The thought of a child being able to use the room to record final messages for their families before they pass away, or even the opportunity to document their stay at Ryan House takes legacy building to a whole new level.”

For more information visit, www.ryanhouse.org.

• Compiled by staff reports.

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