Bucketlist is a service that has intention of using already existing data and research related to this topic in order to provide the best set of information for the people involved. The person approaching the final days in life has a chance to design his or her own list of wishes and dreams that remained unfulfilled until this point. With the help of this service, the person in question can understand in which order to follow the list for the best experience depending on the disease, its progress and other variables. The most important variable among them is the possibility for the person’s loved ones to be able to help complete this list in the best way they can. Let us explain this through an example.
Hank is a 53 year-old man with a terminal cancer. During his treatment his doctor advised him and his family to try the BucketList service. It works through an application and what Hank needs to do is to provide data of his state and disease, as well as what are his wishes and dreams he never got around to. This will generate Hanks wish list, which is organized by the system in the order of priority depending on his state. Another point that the system provides is feasibility of this list according to the budget and other variables.
Once Hank completes his list, his family, friends and relatives get notified. Now they have a chance to be involved in the the hardest time of his life and help him make his it less heavy by sharing the burden. These people will be able to help him in the best ways they can and share some of his wishes with him.
What we want to achieve with this service is to provide a new way to see moments before death and demonstrate how precious they are. That time should not be taken as a tragedy, but as a meaningful conclusion to someone’s life. We want to help people accept death and embrace it as a normal part of life, include family and all loved ones in the final adventure and be grateful that they have enough time to say proper goodbye and on their terms.