Dani Chilson, Chris Patterson, and Duane Tempel are brought on to the Waisman Center of Dane County, Wisconsin's Human Services Division to help develop a new way to provide care through technology.
The program they developed, "Sound Response," would begin supporting people in Dane County, WI in July of 2002.
After having successfully served individuals in Dane County with the "Sound Response" program. Dani, Chris, and Duane official began Night Owl Support Systems, LLC to serve individuals in Wisconsin outside of Dane County.
NOSS begins providing services in Indiana, helping Hoosiers with disabilities to live with more independence.
Seeing successes with helping individuals in WI and IN achieve their goals of greater independence, NOSS enters neighboring Iowa to provide Iowans with disabilities those same opportunities.
NOSS expands into North Dakota, bringing remote supports services to individuals in the Peace Garden State.
NOSS expands into Missouri. Shortly after our expansion, our own Missouri Representative, Penny Mata, joins the team after retiring from her position with the Department of Mental Health.
In September of 2013, NOSS expands its services into the state of Illinois.
The "Sound Response" program RFP for Dane County ends, and NOSS is awarded the new RFP for those individuals using remote supports in Dane County, WI.
In February of 2018, NOSS was approved by the OH DODD to provide remote support services to Ohioans with disabilities.
NOSS begins providing services to their one-thousandth individual!
NOSS expands into Tennessee, a "Tech First" state, to help bring remote supports to their population of individuals with disabilities.
Continuing our pattern of growth, NOSS enters Michigan to help people with disabilities in the Great Lake State.
NOSS expands into Oklahoma to help Sooners get greater access to remote supports services.
NOSS keeps growing, entering the state of Alabama.
NOSS is approved to provide services in the state of Minnesota, where they hope to help people with disabilities from the "Land of 10,000 Lakes" achieve greater independence.
NOSS begins providing services in the state of Kansas!
Always growing, NOSS moves into Massachusetts, the "Old Colony State," to provide remote supports to Bay Staters with disabilities.