Autism and other developmental disorders were associated with low N-acetylaspartate levels at ages 3 and 4, according to a study in the journal JAMA Psychiatry. However, researchers noted that children with autism reached the same NAA concentrations as their typically developing peers by ages 9 and 10, while the developmentally delayed group retained its low NAA level.
Brain chemistry in autism differs from other developmental delays
SmartBrief Job Listings for Education
|School District of Philadelphia - Director, Observation and Feedback Coaches Program||
School District of Philadelphia
|Opportunities for Former Teachers and Administrators with PLC Experience||
Learning Sciences International
|Instructional Designer, ESL||
Imagine Learning, Inc.
|Account Executive, National Accounts||