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I can't imagine an insurance plan that would cover incontinence supplies. However, if the patient is on hospice, hospice covers everything needed. (briefs, pads, tabbed "diaper"-like garments, wipes, chuks pads, creams to alleviate & avoid rashes and pressure ulcers, and gloves for the caregiver)

I often see packages of incontinence briefs at thrift stores. I think these may come from families whose loved one on hospice has passed away. When my mom died, we had a huge unused supply and the hospice provider was not allowed to take them back. Definitely worth a look at thrift stores..
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No, Hospice does and someone mentioned that Medicaid if your signed up for homecare.
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Not that I know of, since they are a disposable product.

Costco is where I used to get them.
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