Ripple Suicide Prevention introduction video
Watch Alice Hendy CEO and founder of Ripple Suicide Prevention provide a two minute snapshot into her tragic yet inspirational story of losing her brother and setting up a charity in his memory to help others.
Ripple Suicide Prevention is supported by QBE, Lloyd's, RSA and BIBA. All employees working at these organisations are now covered by the vital lifeline that Ripple's browser software provides. To date, this easy to install software is known to have saved the lives of 22 people that were contemplating suicide.
The directors at youTalk-insurance have commited to help Ripple increase its footprint in the insurance/risk sector. The logic is simple - the more people that have access to Ripple the more lives will be saved.
If you work in insurance/risk management and would like to find out more about how Ripple could help your employees CLICK HERE, leave a message and youTalk-insuranc ewill pass your enquiry on
Alice Hendy is an IT and Cyber Security Specialist working at QBE Insurance.
In November 2020, Alice’s life changed forever when her only sibling, her brother Josh, took his own life at just 21 years old.
Josh had been researching techniques to take his own life via harmful internet searches. The content available online following a search of this nature currently provides mental health support in one format; a helpline.
To ensure more help and support is given to individuals searching for harmful content online, Alice set up R;pple Suicide Prevention.
R;pple is a digital tool, which if a user searches for harmful content online, they will first be guided through a filter of breathing exercises and then very simple, uncluttered and calmly presented strategies and forums, help lines and mental health services they can access both now and longer term: accompanied with messages of hope and encouragement to keep safe.