Assists Objectives Processes

Basic Objective Processes
Assists Level Processes

Cumulative Index


Done a Bunk
Awareness of Present Time Perceptics
You Make that Body Lie in that Bed
Communicating with an Unconscious Person
Shock or Catatonia
Touching Walls
Feel the Wall
Present Time Differentiation
Present Time Body Orientation


Environmental Control
Body Communication Process
Locational Assist
ARC Process
Touch Assist


Emergency Assist
Contact Assist
Locating the Accident or Injury
Spinal Adjustment


Temperature Assist - Version A
Temperature Assist - Version B


Low Order of Terrible Trio for Assist
Places Where the Condition does not Exist
Reach and Withdraw
Contact the Present Time Environment
Communication Process for an Invalid
Hello & Okay Assist
Exactly As It Is
Keep It From Going Away


Assist to Make a Person Sober
CCH Zero Locational Processing Step
Locational Process
Locational Process with 'Notice the ____'
Location - Control Process
Locational Undercut of Two-Way Communication
Spotting Objects
Spotting People
Establishing Session Reality
Locational Process and Physical Contact

Assist, Environmental Control


HCOB 21 October 1971 "Assists in Scientology"

Ability Issue 73, early May 1958 "Assists in Scientology"


Where you are giving an assist to one person, you put things in the environment into an orderly state as the first step, unless you are trying to stop a pumping artery -- but here you would use First Aid. You should understand that First Aid always precedes an assist. You should look the situation over from the standpoint of how much First Aid is required.


You may often have to find some method of controlling, handling, and directing personnel who get in your way before you can render an assist. You might just as well realize that an assist requires that you control the entire environment and personnel associated with the assist if necessary.

There are no set commands. A good example of an assist would be when somebody is washing dishes in the kitchen. There is a horrendous crash and the person comes down all over the sink, hits the floor. As she is going down, she grabs the butcher knife as it falls. You go in and say, "Well let me fix that up." One of the first things you would have to do is to wind some bandage around the hand to stop the bleeding. Part of the First Aid would be to pick up the dishes and put them back on the sink, sweep the pieces together into a more orderly semblance. This is the first symptom of control.

End Point

The environment put into control around the person you are giving an assist to.



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