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Although most hospice care is provided in the clients home, hospice services  can also be provided in nursing and hospice care facilities.  It is estimated that up to 90% of all personal care in long term care settings is provided by certified nursing assistants. Yet, most staff receive little or no training in palliative care. 
A Hospice CNA delivers comfort and support to people in the final stages of a terminal illness.  Nurse aides caring for someone who is dying can be demanding and it is important for the entire healthcare team involved with a terminal illness to take proper care of themselves as well. 
Jillian Simpson CHPNA, CNA , CMA Owner of Zora’s Touch, LLC: The Gifted Caregiver Located in Hiram, Georgia shares her life as a hospice CNA.  In my world of being a Hospice Nurse Aide, is npredictable, exciting, disappointing, frustrating, and rewarding underneath my title.