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How do I qualify through Medicaid?

First, you must be a current Medicaid beneficiary to receive paid diaper services. To qualify for free diapers you must be diagnosed with incontinence by a qualified physician. For pediatric diapers, North Carolina Medicaid requires that the recipient is over the age of three and is clinically diagnosed with incontinence by a qualified physician.

If you are diagnosed with incontinence and Medicaid is your primary or secondary provider, all you will need to do is contact Aeroflow Healthcare and provide a name and Medicaid number. Once you complete our quick qualify form a representative will call you to discuss options. Upon qualification, a free monthly shipment of incontinence supplies will be shipped to your door.

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