“I didn’t have the tools to support my son in his early development, and I wanted to mitigate the gap I identified,” she says. With her entrepreneurial spirit, Aabrekk went ahead and researched what she felt was missing. What she found was that early efforts to stimulate brain functions for children between the stages of infancy and three years old provided tangible and substantial results. Aabrekk decided that she did not want to keep the information to herself. Sitting on a well of knowledge without sharing At the forefront of early childhood development it seemed like a waste, so she founded Intempo and the Bravo programme, focusing on play and a series of activities fostering brain development from an earlier age than is currently practised at preschool and in kindergartens throughout Scandinavia.