The Burial Museum at Wiener Central Cemetery in Vienna is using LEGO products aimed at educating children about funerals and to help them better understand and process death, as presented by the Museum's Head of Communications on Friday.
The museum's head of communication, Florian Keusch, said that when children process grief they «have their own rules. It's better for children to process it... Еще with playing and it's not meant to be playing without advice from the parents with this LEGO product. It's for therapists and also for parents.»
Keusch said the range was developed together with the Wiener Association of Therapists and was initially directed to children, but has been in such high demand that it has already sold out.
«There are a lot of people reflecting on this LEGO product. We have orders from the United States, from Russia, from Germany and there are also psychotherapists who ordered the sets for the therapy with kids, but also with adults,» he said.