If you have difficulty making meals at home or getting to the shop to buy food, there are different ways of getting the help you need. Supermarkets offer home delivery services and this can be a simple way of getting the food you want delivered to your front door. Many people like to have family, friends or a carer help them prepare a meal at home. Some people may want to have a care worker from a home care service help them to prepare meals instead.
There are also services that can help you get to the shops to buy food, and services that can help with regaining skills or confidence you may have lost. Or you may want to use one of the wide variety of local restaurants that can deliver hot meals. You can even combine these options or choose something completely different that suits you.
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Shopmobility at Sainsbury's, 45 Garratt Lane, London, SW18 4AD
Telephone: 020 8875 9585
Description: Shopmobility provides free loans of powered scooters, and electric or manual wheelchairs to anyone with a mobility problem.
Wandsworth Community Transport
1B Yukon Road, Balham, London, SW12 9PZ
Telephone: 020 8675 7460 (General Enquiries) / 020 8675 3812 (Transport Bookings)
Description: Wandsworth Community Transport (WCT) is a registered charity that provides specialist transport services across the borough of Wandsworth for community groups and individuals with mobility problems, including regular shopping trips and outings.