In 2014, Stephné completed her degree in Social Studies at Stellenbosch University, after which she received practical training at Badisa Wynberg where she also currently works as Reunification Social Worker. Backed by her experience in early intervention and family reunification, Stephné finds it rewarding to assist families in realising their potential as a stable unit, and helping them to achieve these goals.
Elmarie registered as a Social Auxiliary Worker 5 years ago. After she had the opportunity to work in child protection services alongside the Social Worker, she is happy to be qualified as a Social Worker herself. She has found this journey to be a remarkable experience.
Julene acquired her Diploma in Social Work at UWC in 1994. She gained experience in different sectors of the profession, namely; children and families, persons with physical disabilities (including persons with hearing impairments) as well as the facilitation of awareness programmes on Foetal Alcohol Syndrome to practitioners who specialise in Early Childhood Development . She joined Badisa Wynberg during November 2013 and is currently responsible for the children`s court and rehabilitation court investigations.
Maralyn acquired her Social Auxiliary Worker Certificate in 2013 at Huguenot College in Wellington. Her passion towards her work as a Social Auxiliary Worker lead Maralyn to join Badisa Wynberg on 1 July 2014, where she is currently assisting the foster care team. To see the positive effect of her work on people’s lives is a very humbling and rewarding experience for her.Acquired her social auxiliary worker certificate at Huguenot College in Wellington in 2013. She is passionate towards her work as a social auxiliary worker and recently joined Badisa Wynberg on 1 July 2014, where she is currently assisting the Foster Care team.