To the Editor: The frontal-subcortical circuits: dorsolateral prefrontal, anterior cingulate, and orbitofrontal circuits constitute the framework that mediates the executive control of cognition, emotion, and behavior by connecting non-motor areas of frontal cortex to basal ganglia and thalamus. The dorsolateral prefrontal circuit mediates the organization of information to facilitate a response (i.e., the executive functions), and the anterior cingulate circuit is required for motivated behavior. The orbitofrontal circuit has lateral and medial divisions. The medial portion integrates visceral–amygdalar functions with the internal state of the organism, whereas the lateral portion is involved with integration of limbic and emotional information into contextually-appropriate behaviors. Impaired executive functions, apathy and disinhibition/impulsivity, are hallmarks of non-motor circuit dysfunction.1,2 The case below inspired us to highlight recoverability of non-motor circuit functions thanks to fascinating brain plasticity.