The Safety Sleeper

INSURANCE COVERAGE

We are happy to walk you through the steps of obtaining insurance coverage for The Safety Sleeper®. Coverage varies by state and insurance company. We work with you and a local Durable Medical Equipment (DME) provider in your area to cover the cost of The Safety Sleeper®. Learn more about insurance, Medicaid, and other funding sources below.

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INSURANCE AND MEDICAID POLICY

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  • Top 5 Myths About Medicaid and Kids with Disabilities
  • The Children of Medicaid
  • Advocating with Legislators for Parents of Kids Who are Medically Complex
  • Fixing Healthcare: Working Together
  • ABLE Accounts: Saving While Preserving Your Child's Access to Medicaid and Other Social Services
  • Home Nursing Care: Who Should Get It, and How Much? An Analysis of state-by-state diversity
  • How to Keep Your Kid Out of Medicaid Managed Care
  • Programs for Children with Special Health Care Needs: Another Funding Option through Title V
  • The Complexities of Moving a Child with Special Needs
  • Health Insurance Premium Payment (HIPP) Programs: Assistance Paying for Private Insurance for Kids with Complex Medical Issues
  • Funding Sources for Uncovered Supplies and Equipment
  • Kids’ Waivers: A Website on Children’s Medicaid Waivers
  • EPSDT: 5 Little Letters to Get Everything Your Child Needs
  • Guaranteed Medicaid for Children with Complex Medical Needs
  • Our Broken System
  • How to Take on Your State in 10 Easy Steps
  • Fighting the New York State Medicaid Red Tape
  • The Problem with Medicaid Block Grants for Children with Complex Medical Needs
  • Getting the Most from Your Insurance

FUNDING OF SPECIFIC ITEMS AND SERVICES

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  • Insurance and Medicaid Coverage for Children’s Hearing and Vision Assistance Devices
  • Funding Sources for Uncovered Supplies and Equipment
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  • New York State of (Nursing) Mind
  • How to Increase Your Child’s Medicaid Private Duty Nursing Hours
  • Respite Nursing for Rookies
  • How to Take on Your State in 10 Easy Steps
  • Fighting the New York State Medicaid Red Tape
  • Diaper and Incontinence Product Coverage Through Medicaid and Insurance

FINANCIAL PLANNING

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  • 5 Tax Tips for Parents of Children with Complex Medical Issues
  • Health Insurance Premium Payment (HIPP) Programs: Assistance Paying for Private Insurance for Kids with Complex Medical Issues
  • Bleeding Water from a Stone: Budgeting, Being Frugal, and Saving on a Limited Income
  • Special Needs Trusts and Financial Planning
  • Funding Sources for Uncovered Supplies and Equipment

ARTICLES & PRINTABLES FROM COMPLEXCHILD.ORG

  • Writing Winning Insurance Appeal Letters
  • The Hidden Financial Costs of Having a Child with Special Needs, Part 1: The Problem
  • The Hidden Financial Costs of Having a Child with Special Needs, Part 2: The Solutions
  • Health Care Reforms in Effect that Impact Children who are Medically Complex
  • Access Denied: When a Hospital Drops Your Insurance
  • How to Get a Communication Device for Your Child
  • Why You (and Your Insurance Company) Need to Get Your Child Standing
  • Give Me Some Damn Oxygen!
  • Medical Strollers for Kids Who Walk
  • Medical Food Coverage and Legislation
  • Gamma Globulin Treatment for Children Without a Defined Immunodeficiency
  • Federal and State Assistance Programs for Children with Special Needs
  • Medicaid Waivers Must Be Transferable from State to State
  • Obtaining In-Home Services
  • Getting Paid to Care for Your Child
  • Nursing and Respite Care Benefits
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CONTACT US

customercare@abramsnation.com
724-96-SLEEP

Some insurance companies will cover all or a portion of the cost for our enclosed bed. If you are working with insurance to cover the cost of your purchase, we work with a number of Durable Medical Equipment companies who can help with this process.