Pediatric Incontinence

Get diapers, pull-ups, and more free through Medicaid and save time and money using Aeroflow Urology. 

Many children with special needs experience delayed potty training or require ongoing use of bladder control products. 

Your child may be eligible to receive their products at little to no cost to you.

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  1. Diaper

    Cuties Complete Care Baby Diapers

    As low as $9.99
  2. Cuties SleepOvers Youth Pull-Ups

    Cuties SleepOvers Youth Pull-Ups

    As low as $10.99 As low as $9.50
  3. Curity Youth Pants out of box

    Curity Youth Pants

    As low as $10.15 As low as $9.45
  4. Attends Comfees® Boy Training Pants Size 4T to 5T

    Comfees Training Pants

    As low as $8.49
  5. Attends Comfees® DriNite® Youth Pants s/m

    Comfees DriNite Youth Pants

    As low as $11.99
  6. Cuties Training Pants

    Cuties Training Pants

    As low as $8.93
  7. Curity Baby Diaper by Covidien

    Curity Baby Diapers

    As low as $7.92 As low as $7.36
  8. Prevail Youth Briefs

    Prevail Youth Briefs - Maximum Absorbency

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Baby diapers, briefs, or “nappies” may be the most familiar term for most people when it comes to incontinence products. Child diapers have tab closures that allow for changes without getting completely undressed. For children with special needs or limited mobility, the tearable side panels make diaper removal easier and more hygienic than pull-ups/pull-ons.

Pull-Ups / Pull-Ons

Pull-ups, also called youth pants for older children, are disposable protective underwear. They are absorbent to protect against bladder leaks and work well for mobile children who prefer a product that closely resembles regular underwear. Pull-ups can also be more discreet than regular diapers. For younger children, pull-ups are typically used as training pants for potty training, however, they also work well for children experiencing incontinence due to medical conditions or disabilities. These products don’t have fasteners or tabs, they simply pull up over the legs. 

Overnight Absorbent Underwear

There are several brands that offer pull-on protective underwear designed specifically for nighttime, providing the absorbency needed for bedwetting. They are designed to be soft, comfortable, and breathable while being leak-proof at the same time. Overnight absorbent underwear come with a stretchable waist and side leak barriers for all-night wetness protection. Sleepovers and Comfees DriNite Youth Pants are two popular options.

Underpads / Chux

Underpads, also called chux, are absorbent pads that can be placed on furniture as a chair pad or on your child’s bed as a bed pad. Underpads protect against all types of incontinence. Underpads come with super-absorbent pads that help protect fabrics from urine.

Barrier Creams

Barrier creams are a typical part of a child’s skincare routine when using diapers. The creams help keep skin moisturized and protected against rashes so your child’s skin stays healthy while using incontinence products.

Disposable Wipes

Disposable wipes are used to clean up after accidents and after your child regularly uses the bathroom. Our disposable wipes are larger than average and help make cleaning up messes a breeze.

Check Your Child's Eligibility

Get free incontinence supplies for your child through Aeroflow Urology by checking to see if they qualify with our eligibility form.

Once you fill it out, a Continence Care Specialist will contact you and help you find the perfect products for your child.

From there, we'll send your child's supplies directly to your home in discreet packaging each month.

We'll also send you an email or text message reminder when it's time to re-stock so you'll never have to go to the store for diapers or wipes again.