Iona Care Management

Meet our team

  • Dixcy Bosley, RN, MSN, FNP

    Dixcy Bosley, RN, MSN, FNP

    Nurse Care Manager

    Dixcy joined the Iona Care Management team in 2018. She’s 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. Dixcy graduated from Catholic University’s Family Nurse Practitioner program in 1997. She later taught community health nursing at Iona, where she first discovered its many services. Dixcy is also a member of the Aging Life Care Association. She brings a deep respect for older adults who have stories to tell and lessons to teach.

  • Carol Kaplun, RN, BSN

    Carol Kaplun, RN, BSN

    Nurse Care Manager

    Carol joined Iona in 2003, and currently manages Iona Care Management. As a care manager, she helps older adults and their family members explore options and navigate through the everyday challenges of aging to achieve the most positive outcomes possible. Carol also leads workshops for Iona’s Take Charge/Age Well Academy and in the community. Workshop topics include Stay or Move: How to Find and Pay for the Best Living Arrangement and Hospital to Home: Navigating Transitions in Care. Carol is a member of the Aging Life Care Association. Carol is a graduate of Georgetown University and the University of Maryland School of Nursing. Prior to joining Iona, she worked as a clinical Research Nurse at the National Institutes of Health.

  • Lisa Rindner, MSW, LGSW

    Lisa Rindner, MSW, LGSW

    Care Manager

    Lisa began her social work career at Iona in 2003, after completing an internship here. She earned her Master of Social Work degree from the Catholic University of America. As a member of the Iona Care Management team, Lisa provides support, resources, and information that make a difference in an older adult’s quality of life, safety, and well-being. Additionally, Lisa facilitates support groups for family caregivers and older adults with memory loss. She also serves as a resource to Villages and congregations seeking to support members who are experiencing challenges with aging and caregiving, and is a member of the Aging Life Care Association.