Asking for Help

The balance between “too soon” and “too late” may be stimulation and resources.

Getting older isn’t easy for anyone, including the family members watching it happen. When we see our loved ones going through changes, it’s often difficult to accept. It’s also difficult to tell the difference between the normal symptoms of aging and something else being wrong.

Many of the early signs of Alzheimer’s and dementia too often get mistaken for normal things that come with age. Confusion, withdrawal, forgetfulness, and difficulty performing familiar tasks are signs that can easily go ignored, or worse: justified. When we excuse these things as “normal,” we miss out on the opportunity to help our loved ones when they need us most.

Rather than justifying or ignoring what they are going through, it is best to acknowledge the problems and reach out to find the solutions. Family Connect Memory Care in Torrance, CA hopes to be a part of your family’s solution.

We provide custom care to your loved one to satisfy their medical, personal, and emotional needs. We are a support system for the whole family, not just the individual. Most of all, we are here to make asking for help a bit easier.

LAUREN Spiglanin

Family Connect Care Owner & Founder

Testimonials

“Respect for the Senior Community…”

Gifted by age is the endearing term coined by LAUREN Spiglanin which reflects her respect for the Senior community. LAUREN is a professional consultant in the field of geriatrics and provides the highest quality care for those who are gifted by age. ~ Lucia Johnson

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Caring for the Entire Family in the Toughest Times

LAUREN is a consummate professional. She is honest, straightforward and possesses the highest level of integrity. While always remaining professional LAUREN has a huge heart and knows the right words to get you and your family members through some of the toughest...

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“A Woman of Vision….”

LAUREN is a beautifully caring and compassionate woman. She often goes above and beyond the call of duty to help a client (elderly person) in need. I would want her on my team if I were no longer able to function well on my own! She is also a woman of vision,...

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