Jodi Main














University Wisconsin-Green Bay, Green Bay, Wisconsin

-Bachelor of Science in Nursing, May 2015 

Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, New Richmond, Wisconsin, May 2007

-Associate Degree in Nursing, May 2006

Southeast Technical College  Red Wing, Minnesota

-Diploma in Practical Nursing  July 2004


Glenwood City Elementary Schools since 2016- present- School Nurse

 Independent Private Duty Nurse since 2004

Adoray Homecare May 2008- present.  Field Staff Home Health RN

Mayo Clinic June 2012-2016  Care Coordinator 

Registered Nurse, Wisconsin License number  160586-030


•Ventilator certified December 2016

•Basic Life Support Certified March 2016

• ASHI BLS and First Aid Instructor- 2017


Jessica Knops


Co- Administrator





University Wisconsin-Green Bay, Green Bay, Wisconsin

-Bachelor of Science in Nursing, January 2016 

Chippewa Valley Technical College, River Falls, Wisconsin

-Associate Degree in Nursing, May 2006

Minneapolis Business College, Roseville, Minnesota

-Diploma in Medical Assisting, June 2003


Allina Health River Falls Area Hospital Surgical Services since 2006, Current Patient Care Supervisor

Independent Registered Nurse since 2009

Registered Nurse, Wisconsin License number 155416-030


-CBRF Training certified for Medication Administration, Standard Precautions and First aid and Choking

•Certified Nurse of Operating Room , March 2016

•Completed Perioperative Nursing Course, July 2006

•Basic Life Support Certified, October 2016

•Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certified, October 2016

•Pediatric Advanced Life Support Certified, October 2016

   Ventilator certified, December 2016


Our Journey Leading Up to Our Dream


Jodi’s journey began as a Private Duty Nurse, working for a foster home taking care of children with disabilities in the exact home of the future J&J Hillside Hollow in November of 2004.  Jessica joined Jodi, in Private Duty Nursing, in

2009.  We have both worked for several clients over the course of many years.  Jodi, having an Autistic son with many disabilities, has identified the importance of care beyond childhood, leading to the future of children like Austin.  It is an important aspect of care after the children grows into adult and where they will be placed with developmental and physical disabilities.  With our very extensive background in these areas, we have decided our next step is to provide a home for adults with disabilities, whether it is developmental, or physical.  Our Dream, is to make this happen in the very house that it all started for us.