I love this idea, having sat with patients and family members as a Hospice Volunteer with the intention of being present and calm while allowing whatever needs to be shared with love and acceptance.
This is type of kit should have a few instructions, ones that say this is a sacred time and should be honored as such! If your are a family member and have some unresolved issues, try to keep them outside the room with an openness that these feelings of obligations or resentments are not welcome during this process. They do not have to be ignored or denied but it would be best to imagine a basket outside the door, house, hospital room and energetically place them there. Enter with a willingness to hear their stories or experiences as if for the first time. Be open for compassion and understanding to arise for all of you.
Find any way you can to cherish this time together, it will not only honor the dying but it will also honor you and assist with your grief long after!