Early Stimulation Influences the Development of a Child between 0 and 3 Years of Age, in a Vulnerable Social Structure

José Manuel Salum Tomé, PhD


The presence of Special Educational Needs (SEN) in students inserted in the school system has been a theme in which many areas of knowledge have tried to investigate. The psychological theory suggests that newborns begin their development starting from a similar basis, and that the different types of stimulation and the brain’s ability to adapt to different episodes can be a determining factor in the development of skills and abilities. It is also considered that the family environment is the closest circle and with which the infants have the most contact in this period, therefore, the impact that the stimulation delivered by these people has on the adequate development of the cognitive, psychomotor and of a child’s language, could be related to the presence of SEN and its subsequent consequences in the pedagogical and psychopedagogical areas when they enter the school system.

The present work aims to identify stimulation styles to favor the integral development of children up to three years of age.

Full Text:


DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/uspa.v4n4p62


  • There are currently no refbacks.

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.