Saying Kaddish

 
Saying Kaddish

Kaddish is a prayer which is recited during all three daily prayer services. There are a few variants for different occasions and the mourners Kaddish is traditionally recited close to the end of each prayer service. A mourner should recite kaddish three times a day in the presence of a minyan (10 men) during the first year following the passing of a relative. Afterwards, they would recite the mourners kaddish during the annual Yartzeit.
The mourners kaddish has one additional sentence which translates to: “May there be abundant peace from heaven, and a good life for us and for all Israel; and say, Amen.” 
As you can see, in a time of mourning, both the mourner and the congregation focus on the positives and this should help somewhat in comforting both the mourner and those who have lost their loved ones. 
There is a video below on how to say Kaddish.
 

Click here to download the mourner's Kaddish in Hebrew, English and transliteration. 
Click here to download Women Mourners: A Guide to Kaddish and Mourning