NOSS Remote Supports give individuals supported alone time, where they can be physically independent, but still have supports there when they're needed.
This arrangement offers a chance for them to take on more activities of daily living, conquer responsibility, and live their lives how they want to.
Whether it's three hours a week or a hundred, NOSS is available 24/7/365 to support an individual on their time.
For people who just need a little extra help to remember tasks, NOSS can provide reminders and prompts at scheduled times.
In addition to reminders and prompts, NOSS can schedule check-ins with individuals to see how their day went and make sure they're okay.
Information about sleep can be key to tracking health outcomes for people with I/DD.
NOSS can help individuals work on skills with visitor safety to help them remain connected and safe.
NOSS helps reduce risks associated with independent cooking while still allowing the individual to build skills.
NOSS can help detect movement that is commonly associated with certain types of seizure activity.
Many people supported don't need all the staff hours they're receiving. With NOSS, you can reduce oversupport and appropriately serve those folks.
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NOSS helps support individuals even outside of the home. So they can safely participate in the community.
NOSS uses the Belle Plus mobile PERS system to help individuals remain safe out in the community.
Some folks just need a little help to independently self-administer medication. NOSS can help.
NOSS has integrated the Dose Flip med dispenser into our system to help with smart med self-administration.
NOSS can arrange sensors to help individuals access assistance after a fall in addition to adding devices which can help with fall detection.
NOSS Fall Support has the capacity to use landline, cellular, and mobile technology.
In addition to fall detection, we can also arrange sensors near the ground so that an individual always has a way to access help in case of a fall.