This page is for information purposes only. Rely Medical Supply does not provide incontinence supplies through insurance.
One question we get asked all the time is if Florida Medicaid will pay for incontinence supplies for adults. Unfortunately, the answer is no. Florida Medicaid will only pay for incontinence products for clients 4 to 20 years of age.
Unfortunately, the only option to obtain incontinence supplies for individuals over the age of 20 is to purchase them at retail, unless the user is in a managed care facility like a hospital, nursing home or hospice.
When you have Rely Medical Supply, there is no need to pay high prices at retail for incontinence supplies. We keep our overhead and markup low so we can pass the savings on to you in lower prices. Plus, at RelyMedical.com you will find many brands that you know and trust like Abena, Attends, Depend, Poise, Prevail, Rely, Tena, Tranquility, and many more.
Rely Medical Supply has a full range of incontinence and related products to meet the needs of most every customer. Whether you need bladder control pads, adult diapers, protective underwear (pullups), underpads (chux), gloves, wipes, odor control products, or skin care products, Rely Medical Supply is your best choice.
If you have questions or want to learn more about incontinence or bladder control product options available, speak with an Rely Medical Supply Product Expert. Our Product Experts are available by calling toll-free at 1-888-529-2308 • Weekdays 8:00 am - 5:00 pm CST. Our friendly and caring Product Experts will be happy to talk with you and answer any questions you may have about our products, services, or take your order over the phone.
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Incontinence leaves the aging population at risk for impaired skin integrity. Exposure to urine and feces is one of the most common causes of skin breakdown and makes the skin more susceptible to various injuries. It’s always better to prevent a problem than to treat one; so, focus on these key areas when helping a patient maintain healthy skin: