生活成本。殘疾人需要取暖費的幫助 - MS協會
一家慈善機構表示，需要 "緊急增加 "財政支持，以幫助殘疾人渡過冬天。
An "urgent increase" in financial support is needed to help people with disabilities to get through the winter, according to a charity.
Ms Osborne, from Caerphilly, said her condition meant she felt the cold, so she was already keeping a close eye on her energy bills ahead of winter.
"It is already becoming quite hard to afford the heating bills that keep going up and the idea that this is going to go up by 80% in October is really scary," she said.
"I don't feel like I have the choice to turn off my heating because I can't regulate my body temperature so I don't feel I have the choice to use less energy.
"Everything is an extra effort if I am cold and it is a real big worry how I am going to afford all this."
"If her bills go up by 80% will she get into worse debt which will result in her energy being turned off which will have a massive impact on her health," she said.
The MS Society said a quarter of people living with MS would not be able to heat their home this winter, prompting its call for the next prime minister to introduce a new "cost of living package".
The charity said: "People living with MS are telling us they are already skipping meals, falling into crushing debt and are being forced to make devastating choices between essentials like fuel and medication."