I think she will be happy to be home again with her sister, Penny, and her family. She as worked hard and I think will enjoy getting back to her old routine but it is imperative that her owners incorporate her training into her daily life so that she retains it. That is probably more important than carving out time to practice. Make her work throughout the day just going through the motions so that she understands that she will always need to be ready to listen. This will make her feel more like she has a job and she will look to her people for direction more readily.
I will miss this sweet girl. She has been a good buddy and a delightful house guest. She lives to please her people, that's for sure. If her owners can give her good direction and leadership I think she will impress them with what she has learned and with how well she will settle into adulthood as she grows up a little more.