© We Do Your Shopping - 2019
Some   clients   are   happily   ordering   their   groceries   online.   One lady   is   very   open   about   what   this   means   for   her.   Were   it   not for   shopping   online   she   would   have   been   in   a   home   for years.   She   desparately   wants   to   go   on   living   in   her   bungalow independently   -   despite   suffering   from   multiple   sclerosis   - and   this   she   has   been   able   to   do,   in   no   small   part   due   to buying her groceries via the web. Other   clients   of   Tutors   4   Computers   happily   use   a   computer but   will   not   pay   for   goods   online   as   they   are   concerned about using credit or debit cards.
Throughout   the   country   a   great   many   people   just   cannot   get used   to   the   technology   or   are   deeply   mistrustful   of   it.   They never shop online as they are worried about security. There   are   well   over   five   million   people   in   the   UK   who   never use   a   computer   or   go   online   at   all   (Mar   2019   -   ONS   study). The vast majority are aged 65 plus. Of   this   huge   number   of   people   there   are   many   who   are experiencing   real   problems   physically   getting   to   the   shops. Then   there   are   those   who   also   lack   anyone   they   can   rely   on to go for them.  We Do Your Shopping was set up to help these people.
The service was born from personal experience                      
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We Do Your Shopping 

Ian Mabb - Founder

 

In   2014   I   realised   my   parents   could   no   longer   get   to   their local   supermarket.   My   mother   was   house-bound   and   my father had just stopped driving. I   lived   80   miles   away,   but   obviously   I   wanted   to   help,   so   I suggested   to   Mum   and   Dad   I   would   order   their   groceries online and have them delivered to them. After   a   few   weeks   we   had   a   nice   routine.   We   quickly worked   out   it   was   much   easier   to   assign   a   number   to each   of   the   items   they   needed.      Dad   would   ring   me   on Sunday   night   and   give   me   the   ‘bingo   numbers’.      There were   around   thirty   ‘regulars’.   For   ease   of   reference   we used more numbers for ‘irregular’ items. After   a   while   the   process   was   polished   and   we   cut   the ordering   time   down   greatly,   which   meant   Dad   and   I   could talk about more interesting things!
Very   sadly,   both   my   parents   died   within   a   few   weeks   of each   other   in   2016,   but   the   germ   of   an   idea   had   been sown with the shopping arrangement we had. Since    2005   I   have   run   Tutors   4   Computers.   We   teach people   how   to   use   their   laptops,   tablets   and   mobiles   etc   in their   own   homes.      Most   of   our   clients   are   in   their   70s,   80s and 90s. A   number   of   them   could   well   end   up   in   the   same   position as   Mum   and   Dad.   Owing   to   an   increasing   lack   of   mobility and   the   development   of   other   health   problems,   getting   to the   shops   can   be   a   real   issue   for   them.   They   also   have no-one to do the shopping for them.

                        The History

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In   2014   I   realised   my   parents   could   no   longer   get   to   their local   supermarket.   My   mother   was   house-bound   and   my father had just stopped driving. I   lived   80   miles   away,   but   obviously   I   wanted   to   help,   so   I suggested   to   Mum   and   Dad   I   would   order   their   groceries online and have them delivered to them. After   a   few   weeks   we   had   a   nice   routine.   We   quickly worked   out   it   was   much   easier   to   assign   a   number   to each   of   the   items   they   needed.      Dad   would   ring   me   on Sunday   night   and   give   me   the   ‘bingo   numbers’.      There were   around   thirty   ‘regulars’.   For   ease   of   reference   we used more numbers for ‘irregular’ items. After   a   while   the   process   was   polished   and   we   cut   the ordering   time   down   greatly,   which   meant   Dad   and   I   could talk about more interesting things!

The History of the Idea

by the Founder - Ian Mabb

Very   sadly,   both   my   parents   died   within   a   few   weeks   of each   other   in   2016,   but   the   germ   of   an   idea   had   been sown with the shopping arrangement we had. Since    2005   I   have   run   Tutors   4   Computers .   We   teach people   how   to   use   their   laptops,   tablets   and   mobiles   etc   in their   own   homes.      Most   of   our   clients   are   in   their   70s,   80s and 90s. A   number   of   them   could   well   end   up   in   the   same   position as   Mum   and   Dad.   Owing   to   an   increasing   lack   of   mobility and   the   development   of   other   health   problems,   getting   to the   shops   can   be   a   real   issue   for   them.   They   also   have no-one to do the shopping for them.
Some   clients   are   happily   ordering   their   groceries   online. One   lady   is   very   open   about   what   this   means   for   her. Were   it   not   for   shopping   online   she   would   have   been   in   a home   for   years.   She   desparately   wants   to   go   on   living   in her    bungalow    independently    -    despite    suffering    from multiple   sclerosis   -   and   this   she   has   been   able   to   do,   in   no small part due to buying her groceries via the web. Other    clients    of    Tutors    4    Computers    happily    use    a computer   but   will   not   pay   for   goods   online   as   they   are concerned about using credit or debit cards.
A   great   many   elderly   people   throughout   the   country   do use   a   computer   but   will   not   pay   for   goods   online   as   they are concerned about online security. There   are   well   over   five   million   people   in   the   UK   who never   use   a   computer   or   go   online   at   all   (Mar   2019   -   ONS study). The vast majority are aged 65 plus. Of   this   huge   number   of   people   there   are   many   who   are experiencing    real    problems    physically    getting    to    the shops.   Then   there   are   those   who   also   lack   anyone   they can rely on to go for them.  These are just the sort of people we can help.
Does this sound like you? Or a friend or relative?

0800 075 7560

We   are   based   in   Fordingbridge,   Hampshire,   but   we   can order   groceries   for   anyone   throughout   the   U.K.   where   the major supermarkets offer a delivery service.