What a beautiful pattern! But such a lot to keep track of.
Just an idea or two, assuming that wrong side rows are simple:
Learn to "read" your previous right side row in your knitted work. The YO's follow a diagonal progression that informs the current row. Similarly, decreases are usually slanted in a logically predictable direction.
Use repositionable markers to mark beginnings of key rows. They can also be used for counting rows or repeats.
Mistakes will happen. Often it is possible to drop a stitch or two vertically to correct them. If not, it might be camouflaged, compensated for, or just accepted as proof of handwork. What won't work is to knit away without consideration to its impact on your results.