Dreamscape Blog

Why the JAWS Screen Reader Ranks #1 Among Global Users

Date Posted: January 4, 2019

JAWS may sound like something out of Hollywood, yet it’s the world’s most popular screen reader on the market today. According to a survey by WebAIM in 2017, 46.6% of participants named it their primary screen reader while 66% admitted to using it frequently. But why? What makes the JAWS Screen Reader sit at the top of the list? Read on as we explore everything you need to know about Read More...


Justin Holland: A Blind Guy with a Vision

Date Posted: December 28, 2018

Eighteen is a pivotal age for anyone. As we graduate high school and begin our first steps into the adult world through work and higher education, our life begins to change in a drastic way. Yet for Justin Holland, “drastic” was an understatement. In 2016, just as preparing to go to college to study engineering, something unexpected happened. He began to notice a spot in his eyesight Read More...


Tommy Edison’s Fearless Pursuit of a Dream

Date Posted: December 21, 2018

Radio Disc Jockey. Movie Critic. Motivational Speaker. Tommy Edison is a man of many titles. His quick wit and charisma are pieces of a larger than life personality that dominates the radio as much as the screen. He’s also blind and has been since birth. Yet that fact does nothing to slow down this fast-paced, carpe diem kind of guy. He’s the type to find a dream and relentlessly Read More...


Kool Kits Hosts Gaming Marathon To Support Accessibility This Christmas

Date Posted: December 19, 2018

Dreamscape Foundation and The Kool Kits squad are teaming up to bring you our last Christmas fundraiser of 2018. At Dreamscape Foundation, we focus our energy each holiday season on our accessibility programs and families in need of Christmas miracles. For the Kool Kits squad charity marathon we will be raising awareness and funds for our accessibility programs. All campaign donations will Read More...


Bryce Weiler Brings the Thrill of Sports to the Disabled

Date Posted: December 14, 2018

  Although Bryce Weiler was born without sight, it doesn’t stop him from loving sports. In fact, sports is part of his career. Bryce’s keen senses enable him to even be a commentator for various sports games; a talent that became one of his first steps on an intriguing path toward widening the door to sports for disabled individuals. Viewing Sports Through a New Set of Eyes Over Read More...


Dreamscape Foundation: A Charity for the Blind

Date Posted: December 7, 2018

Nestled in Naples, Florida is a charity for the blind and visually impaired called Dreamscape Foundation. While they aren’t the only organization providing resources for the disabled, they are unique how they go about it. Dreamscape doesn’t just provide guidance, resources, and raise awareness about accessibility needs. They empower its followers and individuals with disabilities to Read More...


Balena Productions Returns for Annual Charity Stream

Date Posted: December 4, 2018

It’s one of our favorite times of the year here at Dreamscape Foundation. As a non-profit, charity and giving sit at our core and no season embraces this nature better than Christmas. It’s a passion many people share with us, including our old friend Steven Page of Balena Productions. What is Balena Productions? There are many YouTube channels, but at more than 10 years producing Read More...


VipersHere Grows His Audience and More on Twitch

Date Posted: November 30, 2018

If you haven’t heard the Twitch handle “VipersHere”, we won’t hold it against you. He only hit the gaming stream about 6 months ago, and even then only began to take it seriously in September. However, that doesn’t mean you should underestimate him. This up-and-coming Twitch personality has been on an upward climb with more than 1,500 followers on his channel and growing by anywhere Read More...


Interview with Josie Badger, Disability Rights Activist

Date Posted: November 27, 2018

Josie Badger is a disability rights activist with muscle dystrophy who has worked all her life to empower others. She is driven to help youth leaders and to create new initiatives.  Her hard work over the years paid off earning her Miss Wheelchair America in 2012. She has a myriad of accomplishments, and she has more dreams to come. Her greatest is to change how people perceive someone with a Read More...


5 Accessible Gifts for Blind Friends and Family

Date Posted: November 23, 2018

Are you struggling to find gifts for blind friends and family? For those who aren’t visually impaired, finding the perfect present for someone who is can feel like an overwhelming challenge. You want to find something they can use, but also enjoy. Yet Amazon and other retailers don’t exactly highlight accessibility on the box or product listing. Thankfully, we’ve put together the Read More...