It is important to evaluate a client’s response to their individualized music therapy treatment plan by documenting change and progress. Modifications can be designed as appropriate. When objectives are met, new objectives may be projected to continue progress towards larger goals. Additionally, priorities may altogether change throughout the treatment process. Finally, it is also important to develop a plan for when music therapy services will end. What is the end goal? When have we reached it? How do we maintain such accomplishment? What happens next?