End-of-Life Planning Issues and Options with Dixcy Bosley, Iona Senior Services
Date(s) - 03/29/2023
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Learn how to replace fear with a plan for your end-of-life care and make empowering decisions. In this session, Dixcy Bosley will clarify what lies ahead, how to get specifics, identifying what matters most, considering prolonging life, and how to communicate and document your wishes. She will share practical approaches and insights from her years advising older people about end-stage medicine and hospice.
Dixcy Bosley is a geriatric nurse care manager and a nurse-practitioner at Iona Senior Services. She has spent the last 30+ years developing wellness programs, raising a family, caring for her own aging parents, and advocating for informed end-of-life care in various community settings. She has been a hospice nurse and refers to herself as an End-of-Life Activist.
This program is hosted by Friendship Heights Neighbors Network (FHNN). Many thanks to FHNN for opening up the event to other villages.
Register on AHA Hub or to the AHA office: 703.231.0824 or AHA@AtHomeInAlexandria.org.