What should one do to keep a child’s gains on a steady path?

While the improvements seen in a child on the protocol are steady and consistent, they are often interrupted by stressful events, occasional injuries, or illnesses that can give the recovery an appearance of “3 steps forward and 1 step backward”. This recovery pattern is the normal consequence of the unpredictable but common events affecting our lives.nnBecause of this, it is important not to over focus and react to negative changes in behavior that occur in the short term (a few days or weeks). Maintaining a broader perspective over a 1-2 month time frame allows parents to accurately assess their child’s recovery.

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