Study Link This study on diaper need indicates there could be a connection between diaper need and the mental health of the mother in addition to the economic status of the mother. The pdf file for the study can be found either using the link at the beginning of this post or through this link … Continue reading Study: Diaper Need and its impact on child health
Article Link This piece by Kim Rosas on the "Dirty Diaper Laundry" blog talks about Congress issuing orders to ration cloth diapers, and forbidding the military from using cloth diapers to clean their weapons. Despite the rationing Diaper services experienced a lot of growth during this time not only because of the first of the … Continue reading “Diaper Shortage in the 1940’s and Congress was to blame!”
Article Link This July 15, 2014 blog post found on the "Talk Poverty" website talks about some of the obstacles that are created when a low-income family doesn't have access to an adequate supply of diapers for their infants or toddlers.
Article Link An article talking about what some Lawmakers are trying to do to help poor people meet their basic need for clean diapers for their children
Article Link This November 19, 2015 article on the NASDAQ Global Newswire website talks about HR-4055 that if passed would make federal funds available to states so they can help families with the purchase of diapers for infants and toddlers.
House Resolution 443-PA-Diaper-Need-Awareness-Week I missed this when it was new, but a Resolution was passed recognizing September 28 through October 4, 2015 as Diaper Need Awareness Week in Pennsylvania
Article Link This February 9, 2015 Huffington Post article talks about the taxation of diapers and its impact on those who need them.
Article Link This December 9, 2011 article talks about diaper need during the holiday season
Video Link This YouTube video was uploaded by Acrumble31 on December 31, 2011 and is a summary of the "Every Little Bottom" study done by Huggies on the topic of Diaper Need in the United States.
Article Link This October 7, 2014 WomensEnews.org article talks about ongoing efforts by some California legislatures to get diapers out of the same class as alcohol and tobacco products when it comes to services for low-income people.