Grocery shopping and errands
We’ll help you get to the local shopping centre or your favourite shops to buy your groceries, reaching items in high shelves and low shelves, and making sure you get the brands and items you want. We can also help unpack and stack the groceries in your pantry and cupboards when you get home. If you would like to try some new recipes, we’ll go looking for new ingredients together so that you can enjoy some new meals at home. We can help with meal preparation too.
Our services include the following:
- Shopping for groceries together or on your behalf
- Putting groceries away in your pantry and checking food items
- Paying bills, making and attending appointments
- Sorting out general home admin
- Looking after your pets and house plants
- Attending to minor home repairs, replacing globes, smoke alarm battery replacement
- Taking out the rubbish and organising bins for weekly waste collection
- Personal administration support
We’re here to help you with all sorts of general errands, therefore whatever service you need, please just ask us.
We’re here to help
Phone us for a chat about the help you need on 08 8332 0950.
Mai feels content knowing she has her favourite foods in the pantry
Mai, 90, has Parkinson’s Disease and lives in an apartment. Going to the shops for the groceries was getting harder, as was attending appointments, paying her bills and doing other general errands.
With her home care plan, she now receives the help she needs. She writes a list of groceries and her St Louis care workers deliver exactly the products that she wants. The little things matter, the brand of chocolate, the type of pastries, the brand of soap she likes to use. Our team are respectful of her choices and will go out of their way to find the products that she prefers.
When they return from shopping, all the groceries are put away in the pantry, her carer helps her check the dates of expiry for the food in her fridge and cupboard, and before she leaves, she makes her a cup of tea with one of her favourite pastries that they have just purchased together. Mai is happier, she feels cared for and she knows she has food and other products in her pantry that she would have bought for herself.
She says about her carers, ““they are all really good with my fussiness and needs!” With St Louis’ care, she feels at peace, knowing that she is well cared for.