Cindy Reed, Schneidmiller House Director
THE HOUSE THAT NORTH IDAHO BUILT
At the Schneidmiller House, we care for more than just our patients. When we provide nursing care to patients, family caregivers can once again expereince their role as a “loved one.”
Nearly 90% of community members say that they prefer to be home, or in the place they call home during their last days. As the only hospice inpatient unit in Idaho, the Schneidmiller House is a place of peace and comfort when the option for 24-hour skilled care is chosen.
At the House, families share poignant moments with their loved one and make lasting memories. They are encouraged to partake in homemade soup and cookies, enjoy the children’s game room/media room, and walk acres of gardens and walking paths.
We are deeply honored to name this peaceful place of care and comfort “The Schneidmiller House.” Since 1949 Mannie and Gladys Schneidmiller set an example for the importance of community participation and for the responsibility of good citizenship. Much like the mission of Hospice of North Idaho, the Schneidmillers were committed to family, care, comfort, and service to those in need.