Explain the distinctions between circumstances, issues, problems, needs, and opportunities in detail.

1.Detail the difference between conditions, problems, issues, needs, and opportunities. Explain why these distinctions are important. This discussion question is informed by the following EPAS Standard: 7: Assess Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 2.The text states, “People bring different frames of mind to thinking about conditions and problems, some better formed than others. A basic premise behind framing theory is that any problem can be viewed from a variety of perspectives and can encompass multiple values.” Use the three core framing tasks (diagnostic, prognostic, and motivational) to reframe an organizational or community problem you identify.