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I saw it on the television, they would send bladder pads and pants directly to the Medicaid senior in a brown unmarked package, but I didn't get the phone number

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If your mom is on Medicaid you can ask her case worker if they have a preferred vendor in her area. Then you can set it up with that vendor to deliver supplies on a schedule or when you call.

You can probably use any vendor, like the one you saw on tv, but if there is a local source that your Medicaid office likes, that seems to me simplest.
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Hi - I just set up a monthly delivery of supplies to my mom's ALF. Now I won't get a call that she's run out - I live an hour away so there's not much I can do when I get a call.
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Before you do any of the above, check with your insurance plan. Do they provide incontinence supplies? At cost? Reduced cost or free with a doctor's approval? You might have easy access that way.

If insurance does not cover, then shop for price. I buy Mom's depends at Costco and every few months they have them at a reduced price.
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I get my Dad;s Tena/depends from J and B medical.
Buy the case so I only have to order several times a year.
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I purchased Prevail briefs and 8x12 inch disposable wipes from New Tech Medical 888-856-4621 disposablesdelivered.. They sell by the case, and home delivery is free.
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If you are looking for convenience, you can find everything, other than fresh food, on Amazon and it will be delivered. I could not have made it through the past few years without Amazon. Every type of incontinence product can be found along with many helpful reviews. Their prime program includes 2 day delivery for a set fee per year.
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Most suppliers of incontince products will take care of a claim to Medicaid. Or contact Medicaid about how to process the request, but you will probably need power or attorney to do this.
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