The research was of a pure quasi-experimental type since the independent variable was deliberately manipulated to achieve its effect and relationship with the dependent variable. The population consisted of 340 children under 3 years of age who attended the growth and development clinic and met the selection criteria. For data collection, a pre-test was applied to determine the intellectual development in the children under study and a post-test after applying for the Early Stimulation program. In addition, the T-student test was used to determine its effectiveness. Conclusion: after 6 months of exposure to the Stimulation Program in children under 3 years of age, a great increase was observed in the evaluation of the development of the 4 evaluated areas; 81% of 3-year-old children obtained a high qualification and 19 % of normal; for which the great usefulness of the program is determined. The application of the Stimulation Program is highly effective (p= 0.00). At the end of the investigation, great progress is observed in the children, besides the parents’ motivation about the importance of adequate techniques that will help in the development of their children at early stages, considering that the first 3 years of life are much more beneficial.
Early Stimulation Program, Doman Method, Multiple Intelligences, Neuroscience.