“He kept complaining about chest pains and said it was like needles, so straight away because of his complex needs, [I thought] ‘Do I call the doctor or do I call the ambulance?’
“I don’t like it when people waste ambulances time because a lot of people to do that.
“Harvey is at high risk anyway at the moment due to coronavirus.”
Katie’s eldest son has rare genetic disorder Prader-Willi Syndrome as well as other health complications including Septo-optic dysplasia, which has caused him to be blind.
He is also autistic and has an underactive thyroid and diabetes.