PITCH is an education program for home care workers who support people living with dementia and their families at home. PITCH aims to increase the skills and confidence of home care workers to deliver high quality care that promotes independence, improve quality of life and reduce family carer stress.
PITCH has been co-designed by a team of people who are living the experience of dementia everyday:
to ensure the PITCH program reflects what the people who actually use or provide home care, want to know.
The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) is a not-for-profit research institute that, for the past forty years has been bringing research to life to improve health outcomes and aged care practice, as well as guide policy to improve the quality of life and the ageing experience for Australia's older people.
PITCH is an education program for home care workers who support people living with dementia and their families at home. The resources from the program are available below and provides information to help home care workers deliver high quality care that promotes independence, improves quality of life and reduces family carer stress.
If you would like further information please contact PITCH.
PITCH program communication tip sheets.
PITCH program engagement tip sheets.
Multimedia resource from PITCH workshops.
Participant workbooks for PITCH workshops.