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Can incontinence supplies be covered by insurance?

Can incontinence supplies be covered by insurance?

Published: Mar. 3, 2022Updated: Jul. 14, 2022

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The answer is yes, insurance can cover incontinence supplies! Undivided's Head of Health Plan Advocacy Services, Leslie Lobel, and Public Benefits Specialist, Lisa Concoff Kronbeck, break down how you can get these supplies paid for, and what to do if you are denied coverage.

For more information on how to fund your child's supplies and services, go here!

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