Level of incontinence is based upon the control and ability to access a restroom that a person has. Light – individual has dribbling and an occasional release of urine Moderate – individual has large releases of urine but not a full bladder Heavy – individual has a full release of the bladder during the day [Read More….]
You can always adjust the amount of diapers you receive monthly. Simply give us a call at 844-276-5588 and a representative will adjust your order accordingly.
You can get in touch with a representative at Aeroflow Healthcare Monday – Friday from 8am – 5pm EST. Call us at 888-592-2927 or use our contact form.
You can contact Medicaid directly at https://dma.ncdhhs.gov/contact or you can apply for Medicaid using their online form: https://dma.ncdhhs.gov/medicaid/get-started to begin the qualification process.
Medicaid will provide up to a maximum of 200 disposable underwear, 192 diapers, 150 underpads, 200 disposable gloves, and 200 wipes. Each month, Aeroflow will get in touch with you to set up your resupply, giving you the option to order more or less diapers or skip a month if needed.
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You can always purchase the amount of diapers or supplies you need from our cash-pay site, Aeroflow Direct. We offer a variety of diapers in different sizes and styles to ensure that you find exactly what you’re looking for. Aeroflow Direct accepts all major payment methods, and offers free shipping on all orders over $49.00.
Medicaid provides coverage for either disposable adult briefs, more commonly called diapers, or disposable pull-on underwear, commonly known as pull-ups. Medicaid provides a maximum of 192 diapers or 200 pairs of disposable underwear. Additionally, Medicaid will provide up to a maximum 150 underpads, 200 disposable gloves, and 200 wipes.
Medicaid requires that a patient is diagnosed with incontinence by a qualified physician in order to qualify for free diapers through Medicaid. Additional items such as gloves and wipes must also be signed for by a physician diagnosing urinary or fecal incontinence.
Diapers can be provided for Medicare beneficiaries who have Medicaid as their primary or secondary provider.