My soon to be 79-year-old father has Parkinson's, dementia and short term memory loss. He has resided in an Assisted Living facility for 3 years where they take excellent care of him and he is happy. He was diagnosed about 15 years ago. Other than this he is perfectly healthy and does not have a UTI. This problem started last week when he decided to go up to the nurses station and undo his pants and pee. Over the last few days he has pee'd on the floor in his room a few times, poo'd on his carpet and in his chair in his room. He has the mental capacity to undo his pants before going and then button and buckle them back after. We have no idea why this is happening other than progression of disease maybe. His doctor is bumping up his Seroquel meds a small amount to see if that will help. If not I will have to move him to a different facility and I don't want to do that because it took 2 years for him to get a routine down and that would just throw him all out of whack. Anyone else had this happen?