The program is aimed at two groups, one the one hand the families of children living in situations of vulnerability: pregnant mothers, breastfeeding mothers and fathers of children up to the age of two. On the other hand the program aims to train professionals who work in early childhood education in early brain stimulation techniques. In 2018 another group was included as beneficiaries of the program, namely “adultos protectores“, which can be translated to “protecting adults“. These adults are those in charge of children between 0 and 2 years of age, that are not the parents. This includes aunts and grandmothers. Studies have shown that up to 40% of children receive care from this group of individuals. Finally, the program trains professionals in the areas of health and education, such as midwives, psychologists, social workers, speech therapists and those working in early childhood education. These are trained in the basics of the program and go on the apply the strategies taught in their daily work, thus having a wider impact on the community.