Hi, I know you didn’t ask the question to me, but allow me to answer it. As far as I know, Scientology and the Amish have different ways of dealing with diseases.
Scientologists are against the use of drugs to deal of some diseases like postpartum depression and epilepsy, for instance. Tory Christman, a woman who was a Scientologist for 30 years, said, after leaving the cult, that she had epilepsy and that her “superiors” inside the cult didn’t allow her to use the medication prescribed to her by her doctor. When she had a seizure, no one would help her and other Scientologists used to say it was her fault that she was having seizures, as if she wasn’t following their preachings correctly. Only after she heavily insisted, they allowed her to use her medication again.
Scientologists are also agains psychiatry and they even campaign against it. So Travolta would certainly be against any kind of psychiatric treatment, especially involving prescription of drugs, for his son.
As far as I know, the Amish don’t have these kinds of restrictions involving medications, psychiatry, hospitals, etc. As far as I read, although they’re against the use of most kind of modern technology, if they need to a hospital because of a disease, for instance, they don’t refuse to do it, even knowing that hospitals deal with a number of modern instruments to heal people, be it if they were in a serious accident or if they have a heart condition, for example.
So, if John’s son was autistic and if he had a seizure when he died, I honestly believe that, if the people who were with him when he died were Scientologists, they certainly didn’t do anything appropriate to try and save Jett’s life.