However, T. has been obsessed with calendars. He has a better understanding of time of day, day of week, month of year, and various upcoming appointments that a lot of adults I know (granted, I do hang out with a lot of forgetful people). And he's been pretty focused on getting calendar information onto his phone. So I'm making another attempt to get the paper calendar's information into electronic form again, this time using the apple calendar (mostly because I haven't been recently screwed by them, and hope springs eternal, etc.).
Yesterday, I had a huge panic attack triggered by looking at two months worth of calendar in detail all at once. I knew, in theory, that this kind of thing made me anxious and I avoided it, but wow I had no idea it would send me right over the edge. So I'm going to pace myself. I did February today. I'll either do this two months per day (one morning, one evening), or one month per day (more likely) or less frequently still. I expect this project to take over a week (I schedule stuff over a year out). And of course I'll have to figure out a way to maintain in synchrony, too. :(
I can tell there are good reasons for not having done this sooner.