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Peterborough Telegraph reports on the 'Crisis Situation' faced by families

Families of disabled children are worried that life support could turn off overnight if meters run out, turning off their heating and skipping meals to afford to feed their children, according to Little Miracles CEO.

The rising cost of living has affected everyone, but Michelle says the families associated with the charity – many of whom have children who require round-the-clock care and life support – have been “disproportionately affected” by the increasing price of energy bills and soaring rate of inflation.