How to Receive Incontinence Supplies Through Tennessee Medicaid

Tennessee Medicaid is a state-run insurance option for low-income adults, children, senior citizens, and people living with disabilities.

Can I Receive Incontinence Supplies Through Tennessee Medicaid?

Yes, Tennessee currently provides incontinence products as one of the medically necessary items under its Medicaid coverage.

With Tennessee Medicaid, you or your child may qualify to receive a combination of protective underwear, briefs, disposable underpads, and bladder control pads every month.

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From catheters to pediatric and adult incontinence supplies, discover the continence care essentials covered by your insurance.

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Can I Receive Incontinence Supplies Through Aeroflow Urology?

Aeroflow Urology proudly partners with Tennessee Medicaid to adults and children (ages 3 and up) with incontinence products at little to no cost.

Under Tennessee Medicaid, adults and children (3+) may qualify to receive a combination of up to 180 pull-ups / pull-ons and diapers / adult briefs each month. Adults and children who meet the qualifications can also receive disposable bed pads (underpads), bladder control pads, and gloves. Wipes are not covered by Tennessee Medicaid.

To see if you qualify, fill out our eligibility form today. 

Incontinence Supplies Requirements For Tennessee

To be approved for incontinence supplies under Tennessee Medicaid, the below is required:

  • The medical reason for needing supplies.
  • The amount of supplies needed per day, for example, 6 diapers and 1 underpad per day. 
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Incontinence Coverage Information for Tennessee

  • Must have a qualifying medical need, such as diabetes or autism.
  • Children must be 3 or older.
  • Must be enrolled in a Tennessee Medicaid plan.

Information provided on the Aeroflow Urology blog is not intended as a substitute to medical advice or care from a healthcare professional. Aeroflow recommends consulting your healthcare provider if you are experiencing medical issues relating to incontinence.