Cabrini House has won praise from the Care Quality Commission after inspectors recently rated the renovated home number 2 as providing a ‘GOOD’ service.

Cabrini House is Diagrama Foundation’s home for adults with learning disabilities, based in Orpington. It comprises three separate homes managed by one staff team who provide residential care and day activities for adults who have a range of special needs.

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Residents at Cabrini House home for adults with learning disabilities and children adopted through Diagrama have been putting their artistic talents to good use by helping to design Diagrama’s 2016 greetings cards.

Diagrama held a competition earlier this year open to children, young people and adults that the charity works with to help design a selection of greetings cards.

The overall winner, 10-year-old Pixie, showed off her talents as a promising lino print artist, by carving out a spectacular festive tree scene, printed in blue.

Diagrama Chief Executive David...


Staff and residents at Cabrini House have been celebrating the sailing success of one of their housemates after achieving the Bronze Sailability award.

Ian Gager, resident at Diagrama’s care home for adults with learning disabilities, was presented with his Sailability award at Chipstead Lakes, Sevenoaks on September 6.

Every Tuesday a group of residents from Cabrini House join a Sailability class, where they are taught about the skills of sailing, including how to put on life jackets and how to handle and steer the boat. The activity aims to offer residents the chance to...


Residents in Cabrini House, Diagrama’s home for adults with learning disabilities, set off for a sunny week in Butlins at Bognor Regis recently.

Eight residents and four staff travelled down in Diagrama’s mini bus, taking in the sights along the way. They stopped off at the supermarket en route where everyone was supported with choosing their supplies for the apartments during their stay.

The residents enjoyed sampling a variety of different foods throughout their stay and were able to make their own choices at the buffet meals – which encouraged them to be independent as they...