Delayed Potty Training? Get FREE Diapers and Pull-ups

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Can Free Diapers Help Your Family’s Budget?

For many children with developmental delays, communicating toileting needs or understanding the process of bodily functions can sometimes be complex and because of this, potty training may take longer than expected. This extended time, without a doubt, translates to expenses most families assume they’d no longer have after their child turns a certain age — diapers and pull-ups. Luckily for families with Medicaid, Medicare, Tricare and private insurance, free diapers are available.

As of Jan 1, 2020, Kid’s Corner Incontinence Supply Program (S2 Medical Supply) is now covering children ages 2 – 21 with Georgia Medicaid. Children diagnosed with a medical condition that delays or prevents potty training can receive free diapers, pull-ups, and underpants paid for by insurance. They will handle all your Medicare, Tricare, Medicaid, and/or private insurance paperwork and bill on your (child’s) behalf. They work with your physician to gather all documentation required to process your order. These supplies will be delivered directly to your home in 1 to 2 business days.

To begin the process, contact S2 Medical Supply directly at (888) 799-3767. Visit their website’s Helpful Resources section for additional details. ¡Hablamos Español!

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