My parents just dropped off their Senegal Nemo (Shade's brother) for a stay that will be a little less than 3 weeks.
This will be interesting as he's not a fan of other birds (he's been known to try and go after Cockatoos much bigger than him). He'll have his own time out in the evening, maybe in conjunction with Léa following the same method we do in the morning (someone with him while the other will be with Léa). Well this is while we'll be at work. As of December 23 I'll be on vacation for a few days and that will facilitate proceedings allowing every bird to have a considerable amount of time out of cage.
For Nemo, I have two cages set up - one in the birdroom mostly to be used for sleep (so I can close the door and not be worried about cat curiosity) and he has a bigger cage set up in our bedroom for during the day (I'll close the door to the birdroom and to our bedroom and allow the cat to have the living room all to herself during that time).
It'll be a juggling act but as in the past when this has happened, we always managed to find a routine that worked and I'm sure we'll be able to find something once again.