Parker’s mother was highly involved in the autism community and constantly seeking new research and therapies to help her child. She was initially told by doctors that Parker would never talk or succeed. When Parker started brain training, he was in high school and running cross country. He had trouble with tests and studying, understanding communication, especially sarcasm, presented with rigid thinking, and would become anxious with basic social interactions. When tested, he scored well-below or below average with motor coordination skills. Within a month and a half after starting brain training, he was easily greeting staff, showed a sense of humor, and showed average coordination skills on 3 out of 5 areas tested. Parker is now getting a 3.6 GPA and planning to go to college! His parents are ecstatic about his ability to attend retreats with peers, have fun, and make friends!