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To maintain independence for loved ones wishing to set up home delivery on incontinence supplies to the home and/or assisted living facility. welcome introductions to supply companies that you might use.

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Look at sams club online. You can get
Pull UPS for about $ 32 per case
Of 72
..and that includes shipping..$8 per
Package..


Far cheaper than many websites listed here
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I think that my husband's doctor did have to authorize incontinence supplies. Then all I had to do was call the supply company approved by the insurance company administering the Medicaid policy when ever we needed another case, and they were delivered within a few days. It could also be set up for a regular amount per month, and no phone call would be necessary. Disposable bed pads and gloves were available as well.
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How do you have Medicaid cover them? Does there need to be a prescription or ???
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I have also ordered the ABENA Abri Form X Plus and the Abena Abi Sans booster pads...BOY! Do THEY work WELL! I also have Medicaid covering my supplies, Tranquility Slimlines and Dignity Booster pads. The best combo with ANY diaper...or AKA Briefs.
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Yes! I order MY OWN supplies from Byram Healthcare and or H.D.I.S.
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I have been considering doing so - am interested to see responses with good vendor recommendations.
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We have been ordering from Sam's
club for past 3 years. We pay less
Than $32 for a box of 72 large protective
Pull up pants....and that includes shipping in
A brown box.
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