He is not driving, however, he will walk or will have someone drive him to East Coast Service Station to play the lottery. He is spending money that he does not have. Yesterday, he asked me to stop at the Service Station, because he had to use the bathroom and I did...I did not go in with him. When he finally came out, he told me that he needed $10.00 to pay this lady inside. I asked what happened? He stated that he played the lottery and he did not have enough money for lottery tickets and this nice lady gave him the $10.00 for lottery tickets. I am usually frustrated, but, yesterday, I was calm and I asked why did you do that. He looked at me and say, I don't know, but, he need $10.00. He went back into the store, whereas, the lady came out and told her I was sorry, and I will pay back the $10.00. She stated that she did not give him $10.00, she was offering him $2.00 which he was short of. Soon after, the cashier in the store came out and told me that my husband had left his money and the lottery ticket in the store and she wanted to give his money and lottery ticket back. I told her that my husband has Parkinson disease and dementia and I am sorry. She was sympathetic and stated that she knew about his health issue because she had talked to my step daughter before about how confused he gets when he comes into the store. I don't know, but, is there anyone else out there going through the same problem with their love one? He goes to a Neurologist (moving specialist) and I have discussed this behavior with her before and she prescribed medication to help, but, it appears to be getting worse. My mother has dementia and her doctor prescribed Namenda and she looks like she is doing better with her memory. I ask my husband's Neurologist about Namenda and she stated due to his Parkinson disease, hallucination and sometime aggressive behavior he should not be on Namenda. Is there any advice anyone can provide me on this behavior pattern to help me deal with this situation?