Grocery Shopping: Your caregiver can provide you or a loved one with assistance in grocery shopping, picking up prescriptions, organizing incoming mail and going to the post office, and any routine personal errands you or a loved one might require.
Some things around the house need to keep happening for your or your loved one’s well-being. An Assisting Hands® caregiver can assist in making sure the house keeps running appropriately.
Staying at home is the preferred choice for elders and disabled individuals, but their health condition might prevent them to take care of basic errands as they used to. Having a reliable caregiver around will guarantee that those errands are performed on time and in a way that is satisfactory for you or your loved one.
For grocery shopping you might decide to give a full list of your preferred items from the supermarket to your caregiver and she will do it all for you; or, you might prefer to have company while you shop for your favorite items, and your caregiver will drive you to your preferred supermarket.