A few of the most important variables in determining the prognosis of a child with a disability is how early the disabilities are identified and how early treatment is initiated. Unicorn Children's Foundation has several programs that help to raise awareness of these disorders and their early warning signs. Unicorn's Mobile Community Developmental Clinics, currently operated in partnership with University of Miami and Florida Atlantic University, provide developmental screenings and parent consultations at no charge to families in the community. Unicorn Children's Foundation presents various vehicles by which parents and professionals can remain aware of the earliest warning signs and effective treatment programs, such as: Unicorn’s website and Unicorn’s Dare to Dream Weekly Radio Show. We are in the process of creating an Alliance of Service Providers and Organizations to foster communication and collaboration across disciplines so that the gaps in services and programs in our community can be more readily identified. Unicorn Children's Foundation supports several programs designed to develop and disseminate evaluation and treatment guidelines. Among these include: Unicorn Children's Foundation’s Endowed Chair at Nova Southeastern University; helping to establish the Interdisciplinary Council on Developmental and Learning Disorders; publishing of Clinical Practice Guidelines; and sponsoring a multi-year research program at York University evaluating treatment protocols. Unicorn Children's Foundation hosts annual conferences designed to bridge the gap between knowledge creation and implementation through the assembly of nationally recognized experts and local professionals in the field of neurodevelopmental disorders to share what the research has shown to be most effective in remediating difficulties that children affected may experience.