A diabetic care plan is an idea for a plan that would provide a discounted rate of diabetic care to car wash attendants.
According to the plan, attendants who can’t afford diabetic care would be provided a discounted plan, which would cover the cost of diabetic treatment.
Diabetes Care Plan (ACP) is a plan for diabetic care provided by a non-profit group.
It aims at providing a low cost diabetic care option to carwash attendants in the state of Kerala.
The plan, launched by the ACP on April 10, 2018, has been approved by the Kerala State Diabetes Council (KSDDC).
The plan has been submitted to the Kerala Government for approval.
“This is an option to provide a discount plan to diabetic care providers, which will give the attendants a chance to pay for their treatment through the discounted plan,” said the ACIP, which has been in existence since 1999.
The plan also has a provision to cover the costs of diabetic drugs, and to cover diabetic prescriptions, if needed.
The plans was formulated by the Tamil Nadu-based diabetic care group, the Diabetes Care Plan Association.
The ACIP is a nonprofit, non-governmental organisation that seeks to promote the health of the diabetic community in the State of Kerala by offering discounted plans, and has more than 20 member groups in Kerala.
It has over 60,000 members.
Kerala has a population of nearly 20 million people and an estimated 11,000 diabetic care facilities.
This is due to the prevalence of the diabetes disease in the country.