Meet Durya. Durya has a Moroccan background and has been living in the Netherlands her entire life. About one year ago, she got a call from her mother in law, telling her that her father in law did not feel well. He had difficulty swallowing, but it was probably “just the flu”. After arriving, Durya immediately noticed the typical signs of a stroke and they went to the hospital right away. They went to the ER and got more information from a friendly doctor. Friendly, yes, but it was not really effective. Although they did not dare to admit it during the consultation, the elderly couple did not fully understand the complex medical terms and Dutch language. Being brought up in rural Morocco, they believed brain injury and swallowing problems are two completely different things, and figured that the health issues were probably caused by an “evil eye”. Hence, the father in law did not get the medical care he needed, which resulted in an unnecessarily long recovery process.