Around 1 in 3 Americans can't afford enough diapers which can lead to serious health issues.
Not only does this issue affect families with small children, but families with older children with disabilities or disabled adults.
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Diapers and pull-ons for children ages 3+ with special needs, available through Medicaid.
North Carolina Medicaid provides many services to low-income families. One particular service is a saving grace for those who cannot afford diapers, underpads, or pull-ups. In North Carolina, Medicaid recipients receive diapers, pull-ups, and under pads at no cost. This program is a life-saver for many low or no income people who need diapers, but are unable to afford to buy them. However, North Carolina Medicaid recipients must understand how the program works.
Mediaid Covered Pediatric Diapers
Qualifications for the diaper program through North Carolina Medicaid includes a federal program called EPSDT which in correlation with North Carolina Medicaid provides a child under the age of twenty-one diapers and incontinence supplies if the child is disabled. Also, if your child has a Medicaid waiver, they usually have full Medicaid services and may also have additional services through the waiver. Sometimes the diapers are actually provided under a portion of the Medicaid waiver which is an easier route than going through EPSDT services. The number of diapers, pull-up’s, or other supplies depend on need. However, if there is a limit, don’t be afraid to ask for extra.
Medicaid for Adult Incontinence
For adults age 65 and over, blind, disabled, income restrictions, North Carolina Medicaid provides incontinence supplies such as underpads, diapers, or briefs through different programs. Beneficiaries of North Carolina Medicaid who reside in private residences are eligible for medical supplies which include diapers, underpads, or briefs. This is vital to those adults who due to limited funds are not able to purchase incontinence supplies.
To take advantage of the North Carolina Medicaid paid diaper program, you should make sure you qualify. Of course, the first step is having Medicaid. If you do not have Medicaid and think you may qualify, contact your local North Carolina Medicaid office. You also need to make sure you have a qualified child or adult.
The North Carolina Medicaid paid diaper program only covers a child under twenty-one or adults 65 or older, or blind or disabled. Finally, contact Aeroflow Healthcare to get set up for all your diaper needs!
North Carolina’s Medicaid paid diaper program provides much more than diapers to those in need. The program provides a sense of security and knowing that your loved one will have diapers, pull-up’s, briefs, or underpads if funds are limited or you cannot afford to buy these products.
The average family can spend close to $1000 a year on diapers or pull-ups per child or disabled adult. This astronomical cost can take away other necessities such as food or clothing. By utilizing the North Carolina Medicaid paid diaper program, families no longer have to worry about buying diapers or incontinence supplies versus vital necessities.
How To Get Incontinence Supplies
If you receive North Carolina Medicaid and need help with diapers, briefs, pull-up’s, or underpads, do not hesitate to call your caseworker. Struggling to provide diapers or incontinence supplies for a loved one will take a toll of a caregiver mentally and physically. If you need help, contact Aeroflow Healthcare at 844-276-5588.
North Carolina Medicaid cares enough about its recipients to provide diapers and other supplies for those who cannot afford to purchase them. It only takes a phone call to get the process started. Providing diapers or brief’s for your loved one is the last thing you need to worry about as a caregiver. North Carolina Medicaid paid diaper program and Aeroflow Healthcare has you covered.
Information provided on the Aeroflow Urology blog is not intended as a substitute to medical advice or care. Aeroflow recommends consulting your healthcare provider if you are experiencing medical issues relating to incontinence.