Currently, the "Adaptations" series—my attempt to bring medical realism to Chase's spinal cord injury (hereafter SCI)—has been taking priority. I've been fortunate enough to have resourceress7 and enigma731 join me as co-researchers (giving me the benefit of superlative organizational/editorial skills and a neurorehab background, respectively), because SCI and rehabilitation is an expansive, complex topic. Their help has been invaluable, and it's thanks to them that I'll be able to get the next story in this series posted before January break. (Grad school permitting, I hope to post again in September, but I know better than to make any promises.)
"Acute Management" has been revised slightly to reflect continuing research. Next up will be a reworked version of House's apology, now brought to you from the ICU to reflect the fact that Chase won't even be able to handle serious physical therapy for at least a month. After that, "Step Follows Step" and "While You Were Out" (which I willingly admit I wrote without knowing nearly enough about the medical details involved; their current incarnations should be considered beta versions) will be edited to align with all previous events, and I'll be able to move forward properly.
This is going to be a long road for both Chase and House. I look forward to recording where it leads.