Another of our graduates, Blanca arrived scared and insecure. In class she went out to look through the windows to see if her daughter Regina was okay in the baby’s classroom. She was afraid; she had never left Regina with someone else. After three months, she could not believe how much Regina had learned in the classes. She was already babbling, which she didn’t do before. She began to notice that Regina was more sociable. However, she noticed that other children of the age of Regina was already speaking more, and during one of the lessons, she realized that Regina was falling behind in the language gap. Through PCEP we were able to support her with the referral to the Early Learning Institute and now she is receiving language therapy. Blanca is extremely grateful for PCEP since it will be a watershed in life not only for her as a mother but also for her daughter, in her development and learning.