This week, we have our 3 month review for Alex's behaviour program. So I took the time to review how he's been doing.
There are a couple of good achievement points.
He is much better at following simple directions now when given by a variety of people. At least when he's paying attention. But he will listen to prompts to pay attention, so I'll call it a net win.
He's more likely to stay with me when we go out. In the past month, for the first time, I went to the grocery store with both boys without an extra adult. Now I only went in for a few items and we beelined it through rather than browsing, but it happened. Having the flexibility to go to the store spontaneously when we need to rather than having to have all eventualities covered in advance is huge.
In short, I'm pleased. The therapists will be tackling toilet training next and I'm keeping my fingers crossed on that one.