My Dad is 80yrs old. Has Parkinson's and was on Sinemet & other Meds. Became poorly with heart rate of 40 (!) & slight pneumonia. Admitted to Hosp & advised needed Pacemaker. He had "seizure" and they would not do Pacemaker. Very ill, Consultant told us he may die & we decided on not to have him resuscitated (keeping this bit short) if that was to happen. He pulled through this, had the P'maker & whilst in Hospital they put him on 2 x 8mg patches of Rotigotine due to him being unable to swallow at all (even water ). He is now in a Nursing Home & he's been hallucinating, talking nonsense & falling asleep suddenly plus his behavior is very strange! He thinks they are sneaking drugs into his fluids & that my Sister & I are in danger......We found out yesterday that a Locum Doctor who saw him at the Care Home has allegedly reduced his Rotigotine to 1 x 8mg patch! We haven't got a clue what is going on & I have stayed up all night worrying until I can spk to the Doc, Social Worker, etc first thing! Dad fell out of bed last week & in the last 2 days has "slipped" out of his chair! I'm convinced it's this medication sending him strange. How can they just reduce Parkinson's Meds like this? We'really seriously very worried. Anyone offer me any advice please? I haven't posted anything on here for ages as I've got my own health problems to add onto my Dad's pile of stuff...... I've tried not to ramble on!