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Welcome to AIPLife and thank you for stopping by! We believe that Aging In Place = LIFE! We are very excited to show you how our technology and services can help you or your loved one stay comfortable and safe in their own home.

At AIPLife we are dedicated to providing peace of mind by enabling seniors everywhere to continue living a full, independent life in the comfort of their own homes. We strive to achieve this goal by providing very user friendly, high quality and affordable home assistive technologies and services for the individual and the caregiver!

TECHNOLOGY: CLICK HERE TO GO DIRECTLY TO ALL OUR PRODUCTS.

  1. Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS)
  2. Smart Home Technology (SHM)
  3. Personal Assistive Devices (PAD)
  4. Revolutionary Tracker (RT) Watch – COMING SOON

SERVICES:

  1. Home Safety Consultations
  2. Programming/Installation of Smart Home Technology
  3. Referral Program Offering Cash Back
  4. Seniors Supporting Other Seniors (SSOS)
  5. Friends Watching Over Friends (FWOF)
  6. Leasing Options Available

Please click on the options to the right to find out more about these technologies and which ones may be right for you.

Our goal is to provide you with an AFFORDABLE solution to make your daily life easier, safer and worry free, so that your loved ones are able to remain in their own home longer.  Our system alleviates many potential hazards and concerns commonly associated with independent living and are a life saver for the caregiver who also has an independent career.  Our products and services can help prevent entering an assisted living facility prematurely, adding to a better quality of life and dignity!  Please visit our facts section below to see some recent cost comparisons.

While the initial concept of our business was to help our loved ones and elderly remain in their homes longer, much of this technology can be used by anyone to make their lives safer and easier!  So, please check out all of our products and services and feel free to contact us with any questions!

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Products

Our goal is to provide very user friendly, high quality and affordable home assistive technologies!

Who We Want to Help

What our technology and/or services can provide. Does anything resonate?

Senior Living Alone.

Loved One Living Alone.

Caregiver With a Career.

Older Loved One That Lives Far Away.

Loved Ones With a Disability or Health Condition.

Home and Business.

Working Parents with Kids.

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About Us

At AIPLife we are dedicated to helping provide peace of mind by enabling older people everywhere to continue living a full, independent life in the comfort of their own homes. We strive to achieve this goal by providing very user-friendly, high quality and affordable home assistive technologies and services for the individual and the caregiver!

TO LEARN A LITTLE MORE ABOUT EACH OF US, CLICK ON OUR FACES BELOW!

Ken Peter

Why AIPLife?

“When I was approached by Dion about the potential to reach such a large population, coupled with the ever-growing need, I was shocked.  AIPLife has the potential to effect hundreds of thousands of lives for the better.  In addition, when AIPlife realizes its full potential, the already strained US health care system can save hundreds of thousands of dollars as well.  From the government to the individual citizen, all can reap the benefits of greatly enhancing the later years of their loved ones with the added benefit of saving money.”

– Ken Peter

Dion Lowe

Why AIPLife?

“My father, Duskin, inspired me to start AIPLife with the intent to really make a difference in older loved ones quality of life. His mother-in-law was a perfect example of how this technology and our services could have kept her safe and comfortable in her own home for as long as possible prior to needing full time care. My hope is that AIPLife can help many older loved ones stay in their own home while saving them money in the process. It’s a win, win!”

-Dion Lowe

MONITORING PACKAGES

Personal Emergency Response Systems - PERS

These systems allow an older person living alone or a caregiver who can’t be there at all times to have peace of mind knowing there is 24/7 assistance available with the push of a button or automatically during an emergency, like a smoke alarm!

Smart Home Monitoring - SHM

These low cost bundled packages include various devices that allow the caregiver to check in on their loved one from the palm of their hand.  This technology also works great for individuals looking to keep an eye on their own home or business.  Remember, these packages are just recommendations.  You can always visit our products and customize your order to fit your needs!

Personal Tracking with Revolutionary Tracker

COMING SOON! This wearable smartphone is from Revolutionary Tracker and allows anyone to monitor and communicate with their loved one instantly.

The Caregiver

Our low cost bundled packages include various devices that assist a caregiver in watching over their loved one, while making that loved one’s daily life safer and easier.   Remember, these packages are just recommendations.  You can always visit our products and customize your order to fit your needs!

The Independent Loved One

Our low cost bundled packages include various devices that assist an independent senior or loved one with a disability live safer and more comfortable in their own home for as long as possible.  Remember, these packages are just recommendations.  You can always visit our products and customize your order to fit your needs!

Home & Business Automation & Security

Our low cost SHM (Smart Home Monitoring) systems work very well for adding extra security to your home or business without the monthly monitoring service fees and at the same time making your home or business smarter and safer.   Remember, these packages are just recommendations.  You can always visit our products and customize your order to fit your needs!

Referral Program

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Want to make some extra cash while helping others?

It’s as easy as talking with your friends, family and community about us!  Check this out!

Facts You Should Know

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Assisted Living Costs by State...

Just as the cost of real estate varies by geographic area, assisted living costs also vary nationwide. In the 2015 Cost of Care Survey conducted by Genworth Financial, assisted living showed an increase of 2.86% compared to the 2014 costs and the national median monthly rate is $3,600. Residents of assisted living communities can typically expect a 4.28% annual increase in their base rate.

The table below shows the range of monthly assisted living costs by state in 2015* for a one-bedroom, single-occupancy assisted living apartment.

State                             Minimum                   Median                    Maximum
Alabama                       $930                          $3,075                     $6,524
Alaska                           $800                          $5,703                     $8,250
Arizona                         $1,400                       $3,418                     $7,072
Arkansas                      $1,100                        $3,063                    $5,900
California                     $698                           $3,750                    $10,650
Colorado                      $2,050                        $3,750                    $8,850
Connecticut                 $2,551                        $5,575                    $10,800
Delaware                      $5,061                        $5,745                    $8,175
District of Columbia   $4,950                         $7,838                    $8,600
Florida                          $1,000                         $3,150                    $8,280
Georgia                        $619                            $2,880                    $6,840
Hawaii                          $1,384                         $4,000                    $8,892
Idaho                            $1,800                         $3,240                    $5,450
Illinois                           $1,278                         $4,050                    $9,840
Indiana                         $1,600                         $3,693                    $7,860
Iowa                              $1,534                         $3,500                    $9,425
Kansas                          $2,300                         $4,188                    $7,500
Kentucky                      $1,181                         $3,350                    $10,125
Louisiana                      $600                            $3,010                    $4,722
Maine                            $1,935                         $4,800                    $8,880
Maryland                      $1,750                         $3,900                    $8,950
Massachusetts            $1,988                         $5,300                    $9,495
Michigan                       $800                            $3,250                    $8,465
Minnesota                    $876                            $3,468                    $10,500
Mississippi                    $1,525                         $3,150                    $6,600
Missouri                        $700                            $2,525                    $6,400
Montana                       $1,000                         $3,560                    $6,000
Nebraska                      $1,985                         $3,628                    $6,225
Nevada                          $1,500                         $3,238                    $5,889
New Hampshire           $2,750                         $5,103                    $8,975
New Jersey                    $3,280                         $5,725                    $11,250
New Mexico                  $2,000                         $3,500                    $6,000
New York                       $1,100                         $4,100                    $11,100
North Carolina              $1,000                         $3,000                    $7,143
North Dakota                $959                            $3,239                    $5,250
Ohio                                $877                            $3,890                    $8,940
Oklahoma                      $950                            $3,345                    $6,340
Oregon                           $2,000                         $3,880                    $6,955
Pennsylvania                 $900                            $3,555                    $6,955
Rhode Island                 $3,370                         $5,325                    $8,500
South Carolina              $1,341                         $3,125                    $5,700
South Dakota                $1,900                         $3,023                    $5,250
Tennessee                     $600                            $3,395                    $7,128
Texas                              $900                            $3,545                    $9,000
Utah                                $2,000                         $3,000                    $6,750
Vermont                         $1,266                         $4,020                    $6,050
Virginia                           $1,200                         $3,933                    $10,350
Washington                   $1,845                         $4,625                    $9,750
West Virginia                 $1,600                         $3,500                    $8,452
Wisconsin                      $740                             $3,980                    $10,000
Wyoming                       $2,250                          $3,900                    $4,695

42.1 million U.S. family caregivers…

According to an AARP study, 42.1 million U.S. family caregivers were caring for other adults with 61.6 million providing care at some time during that year. The estimated value of their unpaid contributions was nearly $450 billion. More than 29% of the U.S. population is acting as a caregiver to someone else.

Private nursing home care…

The median annual cost of private nursing home care has jumped 24% from $67,527 to $83,950, according to Genworth’s 2013 Cost of Care Survey. It’s not much cheaper for a semi-private room in a nursing home, which rings up at a median $75,405 per year – up 23% from five years ago.

Costs to working caregivers...

On average, caregiving costs each working caregiver an estimated $12,348/year in lost wages.

The median annual cost…

The median annual cost of care in an assisted living facility is $41,400 up 23% from five years ago, Genworth found. Hiring an in home caregiver costs $44,479 per year.

Medication mistakes....

Up to 75% of older adults reportedly make some kind of error taking medications.

60% of Americans…

Some 60 percent of Americans that are nearing retirement – those between the ages of 55 and 64 – have retirement accounts, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute. The median balance is $104,000.

30% of Medicaid…

30% of the Medicaid population is consuming 87% of Medicaid dollars spent on long term care services (Kaiser Family Foundation, 2011).

61% of homebound older adults…

61% of homebound older adults depend on family caregivers and 2/3 of family caregivers also work according to AARP.

The savings to taxpayers…

According to Yahoo Finance if Americans over the age of 65 could live in their own home for just one extra month before entering a nursing home, the health care system would save $1.2 billion a year.

Ask Us A Question

At AIPLife we are dedicated to helping provide peace of mind by enabling older people everywhere to continue living a full, independent life in the comfort of their own homes. We strive to achieve this goal by providing very user-friendly, high quality and affordable home assistive technologies and services for the individual and the caregiver!

Please feel free to ask any question you have. We will do our very best to provide you with an answer or a recommendation on where to look for the answer. We are here to serve you!