Medication AssistanceConsider in the event your client was on a fixed income and has no health or pharmaceuticalinsurance, no internet access AND can only afford $30 per month for medications. Explore threepricing options in order to provide the most cost-effective option for this client. The medications thisclient is on includes:• Metformin 1,000 mg BID (diabetes)• Atorvastatin 20 mg daily (CAD – cholesterol)• Lisinopril-HCTZ 20/12.5 mg daily in the morning (CAD – hypertension)• Multi-Vitamin• Calcium 500mg daily• Baby ASA 81 mg every other day1. Medication Pricing: How much does each medication cost? Which pharmacy is in or nearyour community that your client can use?2. Medication Assistance:A. If the cost of a 30 day supply for these medications exceeds the client’s monthlyspending limit, who will you refer her to in your community/neighborhood to help payfor these prescriptions?B. Is your client on Medicare?C. If your client does not qualify for drug assistance, what else could you do to assisther in obtaining the medications?