Living on the Edge, with God

​Morgan Pomeroy and his identical twin James were born in 2004, 10 weeks early and of twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome. 

Because of this condition, Morgan is profoundly disabled with profound learning difficulties and although they live together in a lovely home in Chester, as Morgan has grown older his care needs have increased too and their home has become too small for them all.

Being profoundly disabled is very expensive - even the bath that Morgan loves cost £11000... so in order to find their next house and ensure it's suitable for wheel chairs, carers and other needs, the family have set up a website to tell their story and invite help in whatever way people can offer it - raising £16,000 in the first 12 hours. 

Premier's Rachel Matthews spoke with parents Sharon and Rob Pomeroy about their twin boys.

If you would like to find out more about the family or offer your support you can visit their website at https://ahomeformo.com/

To find out more about twin to twin transfusion syndrome: TTTS Appeal (twinstrust.org)

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