Dreamscape Blog

Finding Freedom In Your Wheelchair

Date Posted: March 11, 2019

When you think about wheelchair accessibility, what first comes to mind? A parking space, wheelchair ramps, or maybe even an elevator may brush your thoughts. Although these are great examples that help give the disabled a way at living a normal life, these practices merely scratch the surface when it comes to wheelchair accessibility. Typically, the disabled do more than just transport Read More...


Plazma Streams for Joy

Date Posted: March 8, 2019

Plazma is a 17-year-old streamer from the Netherlands. Like many, he grew up gaming before being drawn to the online streaming community. Now he’s connecting with viewers on the digital ‘sphere with an encouraging message and interactive experience open to all. Dreamscape Foundation delves into his backstory as well as his involvement in supporting our mission. Who is Plazma? His Read More...


Sports Programs for Children with Disabilities

Date Posted: March 4, 2019

For many of us, sports meant everything growing up. Not because we were competitive or winning mattered, but because we loved every minute of running around with friends and having fun. Some kids never had the opportunity to experience this or were afraid to due to a disability. Today, we can happily say this has changed and many programs have become accessible to all. In an article from the Read More...


6 Accessible Transportation Options You Should Know

Date Posted: March 1, 2019

If you live with a disability, finding transportation can be a challenge. Even a trip to the grocery store can feel like planning a vacation as you try to find a practical way from point A to point B. That’s why Dreamscape Foundation put together a quick guide to help you assess your options and find accessible transportation near you. Know Your Accessible Transportation Options As much Read More...


Medicaid and Eligibility for the Disabled

Date Posted: February 25, 2019

Many jobs provide medical benefits to employees, but what about those who cannot work do to get coverage? Many people are unaware of their eligibility for Medicaid insurance, especially those who are unemployable due to a disability. Thankfully in most states, applying for Medicaid and meeting eligibility requirements is simple. To find our more about the program and if you or a loved one are Read More...


What You Need to Know About Accessible Housing

Date Posted: February 22, 2019

According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, our nation is far from meeting today’s accessible housing needs. In their last study, they reported only one-third of American housing is able to be modified to meet the needs of individuals with mobility disabilities. Beyond that, only 5% of housing is currently designed to be accessible to individuals with moderate Read More...


Top Resources for Disabled Veterans

Date Posted: February 18, 2019

Our Veterans left their families and homes to fight the battles necessary to secure the safety of our nation and the world. What many of us civilians don’t hear or see is the life changing impact left on not only these brave men and women but their loved ones as well. To put it into prospective, based on a survey by the American Community Survey, in 2017 an estimated 26.3% of Read More...


6 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Down Syndrome

Date Posted: February 15, 2019

Education starts with awareness. That’s why we’re taking the time to cover some of the disabilities in today’s society you may have heard of, but know surprisingly little about them. Our blog series starts with Down syndrome. Read along as we cover some basic facts about this disability, it’s features, and risk factors. 6 Facts About Down Syndrome What is Down syndrome, exactly? Get Read More...


Raising Funds Through Retail with eBay Giving Works

Date Posted: February 8, 2019

In this day and age, many nonprofits have to get creative in order to find ways to raise funds. Here at Dreamscape Foundation, we try to find strategies that help us raise large funds efficiently so we can spend more time helping others. Enter eBay Giving Works: eBay’s way of letting online sellers and buyers raise funds for their favorite charities. What is eBay Giving Works? In Read More...


A Volunteer’s Look at a Night to Shine

Date Posted: February 1, 2019

Sammy Callari is just one of many who will be volunteering to help bring SWFL’s “Night to Shine” alive this February. However, this isn’t his first rodeo. Sammy has volunteered for this event before and has a strong passion for the impact it has on the disabled community. Who is Sammy Callari? Sammy is a former MMA fighter who became a personal trainer. It was there he met Parker, a Read More...