Hi everyone, I'm new here. My husband and I (in our 60's) have been caring for his mom (88) for nearly five years now. She was diagnosed with Atypical Parkinsonism back in July '08...has been "seeng things" off and on since the beginning, mostly little stuff, nothing scary or threatening. Then around the end of last year the hallucinations started picking up in frequency and eventually came to a head early February. Her neurologist put her on a very low dose of Quetiapine and so far it's been helping but I got the distinct impression they could come back again at almost any time. The Parkinsonism has also caused her to be confined to a wheelchair which may be an unfortunate blessing because at least we don't have to worry about her wandering off. She's still moderately functional and living in her own home - between husband, home health aide and me she's closely monitored/ visited several times a day. She's also taking Exelon now to help with general cognitive decline...lots of other issues (which I'll save for another day!) but would really like to connect with anyone else who's had experiences with hallucinations. The incidents back in February were frightening and stressful for ALL of us...would welcome any advice, suggestions on how to deal/cope. Thanks in advance.