ALABASTER Ala. (WIAT) — Certain dates in life are hard to forget – birthdays and wedding anniversaries, to name a few. But what about the terrible dates in life?
Aug. 15 is one Sandy Cooper will never forget as doctors tell her, options are few for her son.
19-year-old Cody Northcutt has Cerebral Palsy, Scoliosis and Restrictive Lung disease and is now referred to terminal hospice.
Cooper says living at the hospital is very expensive plus trying to keep up with all bills at home while taking care of her other children. The family hangs cards of prayers and well wishes above Cody’s bed.
She’s asking the public to continue to pray for Cody and her family as they get through this difficult time.
“I cried, and I cried, and I cried, but I picked myself back up because Cody needs me. The rest of my family needs me,” says Cooper.
Sandy Cooper says she’s been leaning on her faith to get by and will continue to do so. If you would like to help Cody and his family, click here.