Dreamscape Blog

5 Ideas for Giving Halloween a Little More Heart

Date Posted: October 26, 2018

When we think of Halloween, we typically picture costumes, candy, pumpkins, and a night of fun-filled horror. Yet there is a wholesomeness this holiday brings that you may not have noticed. It’s giving Halloween a little more meaning. While the holiday has gone through quite the transformation over the course of history, the 1800’s led to its drift away from witchcraft and tomfoolery Read More...


ADA Company Compliance: The Benefits and Businesses That Do It

Date Posted: October 23, 2018

ADA Compliance is beneficial to everyone. Companies that implement accessibility are more successful. Every business and website should comply with ADA to accommodate those with disabilities. But first, let’s go over what ADA Compliance means. ADA stands for the Americans with Disabilities Act, which was published by the Department of Justice, with the Standards for Accessible Design Read More...


The Future’s Not So Far Away with Assistive Technology

Date Posted: October 19, 2018

There is a reason why assistive technology pushes the envelope of innovation. Its development is revolutionary for individuals whose disabilities limit their prospects. From helping people accomplish everyday tasks to bringing the thrill of entertainment beyond the wall of limitations, it makes living life possible. But what’s in the works for this technological niche? Dreamscape Read More...


Breakthroughs in Blind Charities: Making a Difference at Dreamscape

Date Posted: October 16, 2018

According to AFB or American Foundation for the Blind, over 20 million Americans experience a type of vision loss  with services needed “expected to double by year 2030.” AFB helps those with vision loss through award-winning work such as advancement of technology, evidence-based research towards education, employment, and appeal and advocacy towards policymakers as well as “creating a Read More...


Acts of Blind Charity: 5 Key Organizations for the Visually Impaired

Date Posted: October 12, 2018

If you type “blind charity” into Google, you’ll find several organizations who have made helping the visually impaired their mission. It’s an ongoing need in today’s society as we tackle the many challenges that come along with losing such an imperative human sense. However, there are some charities for the blind that have become cornerstones of this effort. While our team at Read More...


What Drives Us to Donate

Date Posted: October 9, 2018

Most donations towards a charity come from individuals like you and me. Supporters are the bulk of what is built up through donations over time. Individuals. According to Charity Navigator  as of 2017, individual giving made up 70% of about $410,020,000,000 total donated that year. Donations come from all sorts of sources. It is not limited to just individuals, even though they comprise Read More...


Jordan Toma Breaks the Stigma on IEP’s

Date Posted: October 5, 2018

IEP. This acronym haunted Jordan Toma as he grew up. Three simple letters placed him in separate classes, away from the others. It stands for Individualized Education Program, and its designed for children who receive special education. This segregation told Toma at a young age he was different, and that difference seemed like a weight he would drag through life as he struggled to catch Read More...


Dreamscape Foundation: United in Addressing Disability Needs

Date Posted: October 3, 2018

As members of our community, it’s our responsibility to make sure that opportunities are at everyone’s reach, even for differently abled individuals. Here at Dreamscape foundation, we seek to provide accessibility resources for the disabled in as many ways that we can. Without accessibility, these people won’t have the chance to live their lives to the fullest and be part of their community Read More...


How You Can Support Those With Disabilities

Date Posted: October 2, 2018

Supporting those with disabilities is easy, and anyone can do it. One has to understand the perspective and problems of those with disabilities first. A disability can be physical, mental or sensory barriers to learning or accomplishing tasks. This qualifies the individual for accommodations. A person with a disability then enrolls in “special educational services or programs” according Read More...


Kessler Foundation Uses Research to Improve Lives

Date Posted: September 28, 2018

Many nonprofit organizations raise money for research. Dreamscape Foundation is no exception. But what does “raising money for research” really mean? More importantly, what does it do? We recently interviewed the Kessler Foundation in order to give our readers more insight into how funding research can make a big difference. What is the Kessler Foundation? Kessler Foundation is a Read More...