Abused Ex. 2

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Maria: Hi Laura. Do you have a minute?
Laura: Hi Maria. Sure. now is a good time. You sound worried.
Maria: I’m calling about new neighbour, Deena.
Laura: Oh, I haven’t met her yet. Tell me .
Maria: Well, I don’t know her very well, but lately whenever I her outside, I notice that she has large purple bruises on face and arms. At first I wasn’t sure, but now I really concerned that she is being abused by her husband.
Laura: Can ask her about it?
Maria: No. She’s very shy, so she smiles. says hello to me, and then she runs back into the . I don’t think she speaks much English.
Laura: Why do you she’s being abused by her husband?
Maria: I hear him loudly at her and the kids a lot, and he always sounds so angry. I hear the children crying. I feel sorry for her and I to help her. I want her to know that she get help if she’s being assaulted. I’m just not sure what tell her.
Laura: Why don’t you mention the Assaulted Women’s Helpline? I that they provide assistance in many languages, and there is a , as well as a toll free number that women can 24-7.