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How to Get Your Adult Diaper Samples for Free

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5 ways to get diapers for free

If you’re looking for the easiest way to try adult diapers, absorbent underwear, tab style briefs, pads, or other incontinence products, you’re in the right place!

  1. Submit Sample surveys like ours at the top of the screen for free samples.
  2. Insurance coverage
  3. VA Benefits
    Incontinence briefs and samples may be available at no cost to Veterans and current service members through their VA Benefits, when prescribed through their primary physician. The Tranquility VA Incontinence Guide provides contracted product lists for multiple VA Benefit programs.
  4. FSA
    The money set aside in an FSA can be used for copayments, deductibles, prescription medications and also are sometimes eligible to be used toward incontinence supplies. Redeem the money saved in an FSA for incontinence products. Learn more about FSA options here.
  5. Diaper banks
    Diaper banks can be a good resource for those who cannot afford to purchase full-price incontinence protection or samples, but also may not qualify for insurance coverage. We encourage you to contact your local facilities for eligibility information and how you may be able to get assistance from these great resources.Learn more about this type of service here.

Can you get Medicaid to pay for adult diapers?

Medicaid is a public health insurance program that provides health insurance coverage and long-term services for over 76.3 million Americans. It is designed to make necessary healthcare products, such as incontinence supplies, more accessible to those who need it.

In short – yes, incontinence protection products can be covered under Medicaid. Depending on the state, the requirements to qualify can vary. Read our comprehensive Medicaid coverage blog here.

How do you qualify?

As noted above, typically incontinence protection coverage is only available for the elderly, disabled or children with complex healthcare needs through Medicaid or state waiver programs.

Note that for programs such as Medicaid, it is important to remember rules for qualification can differ by state. Coverage amounts may also depend on brand and product type as well.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has many resources to help you figure out if you qualify for these benefits.

Does medical insurance pay for adult diapers?

To learn if you can access free urinary or bowel incontinence products or samples through private medical insurance, we recommend reaching out to your provider.