Welcome aboard, you have found the right place, as much as none of us want to be here, there is no better place to be when dealing with CC. I am so sorry that you & your family are going through this. Unfortunately, there is no one way to deal with these things. You can only deal with them one day at a time. It is very frustrating for everyone involved both patient & caretakers. Try talking to the hospice people & his doctors to see if there is something they can do to relieve his anger, paranoia etc. My husband only had a few bouts of paranoia & hallucinations mostly due to meds & anxiety, so I really can't be of much help here other than to tell you that I understand how you are feeling. I am thinking of you & your family & hoping for the best for all of you. Hopefully others on the site will be able to give you some helpful suggestions. Come back as often as you need to for help & support. There are a lot of good people here.
"One Day At A Time"
All of my comments and suggestions are just my opinions and are not a substitute for professional medical advice. You should always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care providers.