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How do I get help with shopping and preparing food?

How do I get help with shopping and preparing food?
There are lots of examples of different aids and equipment to help you in the kitchen. Our daily living equipment page has lots of examples for you to think about.

Consider buying a range of ready-prepared meals from a meal delivery company (also known as meals on wheels) who can deliver them to your home.

Some voluntary and community groups as well as paid for carers might be able to help you. Have a look on Staffordshire Connects to see what help is available.

Many supermarkets also offer online shopping with home delivery or in store collection services. This still allows you to choose the foods you want, but without the worry of doing the physical work. Support is available to use computers, tablets and smart phones to get online.

Lunch clubs can also be a great way of making contact with others, whilst sharing a healthy meal. You can find more information about these on Staffordshire Connects.

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