TOWN OF SCARBOROUGH’S PREPAREDNESS PROJECT

THE RESILIENT CITIZEN

Be a Survivor, Not a Victim

Become a better problem solver: make a solutions chart

SOLUTIONS CHART

  1. Issue or problem that you are confronting. Clearly state and define the component parts of the problem. Be specific.
  2. Potential solutions. What are probable solutions? Be as open-minded as you can.
  3. Who are the people that can help you solve the problem? List names and telephone numbers, e-mails of individuals who might be of help to you or who might know someone who could help you solve the problem.

Frequently update this chart as new information and changes take place. This could become a way of tracking how you are overcoming an issue or a problem that you are confronting.