We don’t just take care of your loved one. We care for the whole family.
No obligation, no pressure, just free information and interaction direct from our founder,. Lauren. For all your needs. Sometimes, love is not enough.
Need more information on elder and memory care needs, placement services, in-home care/aging in place, comfort care, or care management in general? Please don’t hesitate to call or complete the form below. You will be contacted directly by LAUREN with free information and advice.
You will be provided with honest, direct responses and guidance on the differences between care options for your situation. We strive for openness and transparency, and all we ask in return is the same because we work hand-in-hand with our clients as a team to achieve the best possible outcomes.
Locations of Our Torrance Memory Care Homes
1747 Greenwood Ave.
Torrance, CA 90505
Greenwood Ave Home
1747 Greenwood Ave., Torrance
3414 W. 226th St.
Torrance, CA 90505
The Boutique - 3414 W 226th St
3414 W 226th St., Torrance
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