South Bay Memory Care

19318 Flavian Ave.,

Torrance, CA 90503

Established in 2019

South Bay Memory Care is a 6-Resident home and a Care Center for the community with cognitive decline needs, focused on assessment and management. We are commited to the fight against age or trauma related decline and improvement of quality of life.

How we Support Entire Families

SUPPORT GROUPS

LAUREN'S PODCAST

ARTICLES & INSIGHTS

In addition to all that Family Connect Memory Care homes offer,

this home also includes…

Overnight Security Patrol
Herb & Vegetable Garden

All Family Connect Care Memory Homes feature ...

1:2 Ratio!

One care associate to every two residents

Certified Care Associates

All Care Associates are certified in Alzheimer's, dementia, memory care, Parkinson's, TBI, and medication management

Licensed Nurse On-Site 24/7

With immediate access to Medical Director

No Point-Based or Tier Pricing System

We are all-inclusive

Safety & Security

We offer a secure, safe home with motion monitoring, alarms, Wander Guard systems.

Chef & Personalized Menus

Our meals support health and cognitive stimulation, as well as personalized preferences


Our exclusive and patented Stimuli program focuses on holistic and sensory (smell, touch, taste, hearing, sight) activities to stimulate and recapture the individual traits that seem lost. Our Hydration program encourages choice, playfulness, creativity and HEALTH!

Live.Love.Art Therapy

Not just fun, but theraputic. Music, art, and film have a way of triggering places in memory while validating the here-and-now

Engaging Therapies

Pets, dancing, baking, gardening, and aromatherapy are just a few of the activities that form our days. Personalized plans for preferences and abilities

Health & Prevention

Including Medication Management,  UTI monitoring programs, daily custom exercise with a certified therapist

Hygiene & Grooming

Daily laundry and housekeeping with hair styling and manicurist available

Private or Semi Private Rooms

Furnished rooms, or bring your own – increasing a sense of familiarity

Beautiful Outdoors

Dementia gardens, outdoor dining, rubberized walking path, or just taking in the sunshine and the birds singing.

Bright and Stimulating

Thoughtful colors, furniture, spacing and features to support our programs and philosophy.

Communication,Community,WiFi

Communication as needed by phone, email, text, or FB. We offer monthly mixers bringing friends and family together

Testimonials

Is it Good to Work with a Placement Agency?

We often get asked “Is it better to work with a placement agency that has contracts with all local homes and communities, because they’re completely unbiased?” Traditional placement agencies do not have contracts with all local homes and communities. Facilities,...

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Care Management Before and After Placements

Family Connect Care provides transitional care management throughout and after placement In all placements, our goal is to get it right the first time. Moving is a stressful experience, even more so for the elderly and memory-impaired, so we do our best to achieve the...

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Transitional Care Placements at No Cost

Family Connect Care provides transitional care management before placement, at no additional cost to the family. Placement is only rarely a simple process. Every facility is different, as is each person needing care, so it’s critically important to match the two...

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Related News / Posts

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