Observe your surroundings.
Look for possible dangers.
Wear protective gear
to avoid possible injury
or trauma.
Assess the person.
Notice thier breathing
and check for pupil dialation.
If responsive, make sure 
they want your attention.
Do not provide care
if the person expresses
resistance to attentiveness.
If conscent is given,
introduce yourself.
Approach calmly, with a
quiet understanding tone.
Provide appropriate comfort
and care to the heart
and mind of the person.
When person demonstrates
responsiveness or appreciation
for your interest in their
well being, continue to
respond respectfully,
maintaining protection of
their heart and mind,
unless conscent is revoked.

KW 6/2/2022