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For children who are too big for standard children's diapers and too small for adult-size diapers, it can be a challenge finding incontinence supplies. Below, you will find organizations that sell supplies for those in the in-between sizes.
Christie Vanderslice, sales associate
(call for a location near you)
Chicago, IL 60622
(800) 651-6223, ext. 3218 (for home delivery)
Children with disabilities may be eligible up to 300 diapers or pull-ups per month under Illinois Medicaid. They have a full line of products including the following and are delivered right to your door: incontinent supplies, internal nutritional supplies, urological supplies, other miscellaneous disposable medical supplies, bathroom equipment, and much more. Samples are available through sales rep.
Ages: 2 and up.
Medicaid/Medicare and private insurance accepted.
Cost: stated funded.
No wait list.
Adult Diaper Expert
Distribution centers in Illinois, Ohio, Texas and California
Specializes in premium incontinence products and stocks many youth sizes. They take great care in finding the best solution for each individual. They offer free same day discreet shipping on orders over $50.
Insurance not accepted.
No wait. Order online and receive your order the next day.
Home Products for Seniors, Inc.
Contact: Cindy Kratzer, Debbie Harrison
(800) 425-1101, ext 103
email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Service area: all counties.
HPS provides incontinence supplies to Medicaid-eligible individuals. Supplies are delivered via UPS directly to your home/office. There is no out of pocket cost. Samples are free and available upon request to determine comfort, fit and function. New patients being accepted. Orders ship within 1 business day of receipt of all required documentation from physician.
Ages: 3 years and up.
Accepts: Medicaid, IlliniCare and Aetna Better Health.
Personal Medical has a wide selection of incontinence and other medical supplies for all types of needs; home-delivery.
Ages: 2 and up.
Progressive Medical Equipment & Transportation, Inc.
15425 S. Cicero Ave.
Oak Forest, IL 60452
Sells incontinence supplies, including diapers and pull-ups in all sizes. Call first to make sure item is in stock. If not in stock, it can be ordered and shipped to your home. Store is open 24 hours and items are usually shipped within 24 hours. Shipping is free.
Ages: birth and up.
Public insurance accepted.
No wait list.
Free disposable medical products, including diapers and pull-ups (after 24 months), for those who qualify.
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