A few months ago my father threw away his bottle of medication. I assumed it was accidentally thrown away, thankfully we were able to order more, so I didn’t think more about it. He’s been organizing and throwing stuff away. I thought he was just bored during this pandemic and needed something to do. I was also happy he was decluttering. But now I’m wondering if it’s what they call dementia rummaging? I hear furniture being moved around constantly. Now he tells me he needs new winter pajamas. I’m wondering what happened to his pajamas from last year. I’m guessing they were throw out as well. It’s not a good thing if he starts throwing away things he really needs. Its going to be difficult to take everything important away, such as cell phone etc. Any tips on how to prevent things from being thrown out? I wonder how long this phase lasts?