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yes in mich if your low income and u can get medicaid then u can get cheep diapers if your doctor writes a prescription for diapers.

Medicaid in every state covers diapers however every state is slightly different in requirements and quantity.

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There is a way to get upgraded diapers through the VA.

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If you don't mind cloth the VA will pay for almost everything that angelfluff sells except the real juvenile prints , Jeannie and Howard use to have all the paperwork right on there site to get the VA to cover them.

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On 03/06/2013 at 5:59 PM, billy1234 said:

clinical guidelines here in the UK actually veer towards treatment of incontinence and not just a one size fits all process, so if you are referred to the continence clinic they will not just organise a supply of

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Some states will reimburse you for buying diapers up to a certain amount

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Medicaid does not reimburse , state Medicaid agents will provide diapers for the low income needy , but have no method for paying an individual or reimbursing an individual for supplies ,Medicare does have a mechanism for submitting a claim and repayment , however since diapers are only covered by Medicare as part of care in a facility ( Hospital,nursing home etc..) they will not accept assignment of claim , any monies paid for diapers by an individual are there expense and will not/can not be reimbursed, your future needs can be assessed and provided for eligible individuals, but no retro active payment for diapers is possible by Medicaid.

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Some states will reimburse you for buying diapers up to a certain amount

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Some states do and Montana is one of

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Now the one way I do get reimbursed for diapers, I live in subsidized housing for the disabled ( I am wheelchair bound) so anything I have to spend out of pocket on medical supplies or transit to doctors comes off my rent , so I get ATNS but they will not last for a 6 hour bus ride each way to the doctor, so I buy Northshore supreme cases and deduct the expense from my overall income which then causes my rent to decrease, by law they can only charge 1/3 Rd of your income, I spend over a third of my income on diapers and transportation plus other service dog related expenses , that's all removed from my income before they figure out the 1/3 Rd they can charge me .also being I am on compassionate disability 1/2 of my income is exempt from being calculated as income , so my rent is very very low and I am able to do what needs done.

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I am sorry to hear about your situation and glad to hear there is housing that takes those expenses in to account, however not all counties and states have housing like that.

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I was prescribed briefs from my local ,united states, veterans hospital, (Actually went from pads to diapers). It was thought to be a condition caused from an injury to the groin while in service. I am grateful for the help they work great for daytime use then I buy confidry 24/7 for night and away from facilities for extended periods.

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You guys must live in the states that doesn't reimburse

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Will is right you can't get ABDL diapers and get reimbursed for them they have to come from an incontinent supplier

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I am sorry to hear about your situation and glad to hear there is housing that takes those expenses in to account, however not all counties and states have housing like that.

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Most states and counties do have affordable subsidized housing "available" , but in this economy most places have about a three year waiting list , what will help you in most states is having a physical disability ,because most places have regulations that put the disabled at the top of the list for all openings ,otherwise you are waiting for someone to get a real good job (limited potential) hit the lottery ( are you high) or to croak ( winner winner chicken dinner ) , I know here an apartment that is wheelchair accesible on the open market is few and far between and commands a serious amount of money for rent .

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On 2/20/2017 at 11:04 PM, bbybill said:

I was prescribed briefs from my local ,united states, veterans hospital, (Actually went from pads to diapers). It was thought to be a condition caused from an injury to the groin while in service. I am grateful for the help they work great for daytime use then I buy confidry 24/7 for night and away from facilities for extended periods.

I am currently receiving Dry 24/7 through VA.

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I would love that . I have messaged you. thank you

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2 hours ago, bbybill said:

I would love that . I have messaged you. thank you

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Most states and counties do have affordable subsidized housing "available" , but in this economy most places have about a three year waiting list , what will help you in most states is having a physical disability ,because most places have regulations that put the disabled at the top of the list for all openings ,otherwise you are waiting for someone to get a real good job (limited potential) hit the lottery ( are you high) or to croak ( winner winner chicken dinner ) , I know here an apartment that is wheelchair accesible on the open market is few and far between and commands a serious amount of money for rent .

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That sound like you are talking about subsidized housing if so they take in to account medical expenses. Here in OH its called section 8 housing (funded by HUD-- housing and urban development) and is extremely hard to get into and with a medical condition. Most of the tenants refuse to get any type of full time job or better themselves (here in NW OH at least I cannot speak for the rest of OH) as I constantly over hear the local county employees and medical professionals complain about in this area.

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Sorry to get off topic ut8ft but what part of ohio are you in cause i would love to meet another diaper lover in person thank you.

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