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Our Misison

To provide compassion and support for patients and their families during their time of need, while maintaining honesty and integrity.

Our Vision

Every person living in our community coping with chronic illness, facing the end of life, or experiencing the loss of a loved one should receive the care and compassion they need.

The number one most stressful event in life is the loss of a loved one. We, at The Nursing Post, are end-of-life planners who provide emotional and holistic support to those who have been diagnosed with chronic or terminal illnesses. We are nurses who have worked during one of the most difficult times in healthcare and noticed a need for end-of-life care. We offer assistance with getting the client's affairs in order from the beginning of the diagnosis, during the transition, and post-bereavement to support the client's loved ones. We provide education and assistance with healthcare proxies, living wills, funeral planning, and post-bereavement organization. We also offer respite services to caregivers needing assistance sitting vigil with their loved ones. We believe that everyone should have as honorable a death as they had in life and no one should transition alone.

The Nursing Post, LLC are licensed practical nurses with a combined experience of twenty-six years in patient care, advocacy, and education. We are end-of-life and death doulas, National End-of-life Doula Alliance (NEDA) members listed in the NEDA's doula directory. We are passionate about normalizing difficult conversations.


Elder Care:


~Caregiver respite

~ Medical appointment advocate and companion

~ Assisted Living consultant


End-of-Life planning:
~Mobile Notary Services

~Medical advance directives

~Living wills

~Power of Attorney

~Possessions and financial cataloging

~Important information and documents

~Obituary and eulogy writing

~Resources, referrals 

Pre Bereavement:

~Legacy projects, life reviews
~Digital legacy arrangements

~Securing vital statistics information
~Funeral and body disposition methods education

~Traditional and home funeral guidance
~Ritual, sacred space, or ceremony creation

~Sitting vigil

~ On-call services during the transition (as requested)




~Document collection

Post Bereavement:
~Wrapping up affairs
~Closing accounts
~Canceling services and utilities
~Handling and processing mail
~Locating passwords for online accounts

~Disposition of possessions
~Grief support

~Resources, referrals 

The Nursing Post, LLC, end-of-life doulas normalizing difficult conversations.

If you or a family member is needing direct, specialized assistance with a chronic or terminal illness, please schedule a consultation or call 1.434.515.2628 or email

Meet The Team

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Ashley N. Moore

Ashley Moore received her Associate's Degree in Science, specializing as a certified surgical technician in 2008. She went on to complete and receive her License in Practical Nursing in 2009. In 2022, Ashley received her certification as an End-of-Life Doula.

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B. Rosa Horsley

B. Rosa Horsley received her Associate's Degree in Arts and Science with a Major in Education in 2002, cum laude honors. She went on to complete and receive her License in Practical Nursing in 2009. In 2021, She became a Certified Dementia Practitioner. In 2022, she went on to study and obtain a Death Doula certificate. 

Contact Us

Farmville, Pamplin, Appomattox, Lynchburg, Madison Heights, and Bedford Service Areas

Hours of Operation: 

Monday- Friday  from 09:00 am - 06:00 pm

Saturday from 09:00 am - 01:00 pm

Phone: 434-515-2628

Fax: 434-849-7863

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