Would you or a loved one like to capture life stories to share with grandchildren and other family members, but you are not sure where to start?  

Or maybe it’s something you’ve mentioned to your grandparent, parent, aunt or uncle, but it’s a project that always seems to be put off? 


An easy and enjoyable way to get started is to be interviewed and have the conversation captured as an edited audio file (like your own podcast), and then in text, or even as a book.

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Think ABC’s “Conversations with Richard Fidler”, but Conversations with Kate... 

Using the methodology I have developed we can ensure that life’s milestones - and the precious ‘small stuff’ that family also want to hear - are captured, in a person’s own words.

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I am an experienced interviewer and researcher, with a PhD in qualitative research methods and nearly a decade of voluntary work on a telephone helpline for families.   

More importantly, I am a compassionate listener with experience in aged care and sensitive to communication issues which can arise in early-stage dementia.  

My clients comment on the value of having someone ‘outside the family,’ but still a warm, patient and friendly listener, to help ensure this important work is done. 

Since founding the business, I am proud to provide my clients with a service they truly love. 

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Do you have a project or idea that you’d love to bring to life?

Gift vouchers are available for Christmas, milestone birthdays, anniversaries and other occasions - give your parents, grandparents, aunts or uncles the opportunity to record their memoir or life story, a gift the whole family will treasure.

Packages can be customised to suit your family’s needs.

You might like to develop the story further yourself, building on this interview project with an expert memoir writing coach or graphic designer from our associates' network.

To find out more, get in touch.

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