Do you help middle and high school students with hearing loss learn how to problem solve challenging situations? How they handle these day to day challenges will depend on many factors. Some of these factors among others are cognitive level, self-esteem and classroom culture. Here is a tool to help the student think of multiple solutions for a given difficult situation. If you are using Interactive Self-Advocacy Notebooks, these Solution Pages can be added in to add to the student's portfolio or for future reference. Ten situations are described with spaces to jot down six different solutions. A data sheet is included.