Dreamscape Blog

MissSunshyne plays CS:GO & Cooks in 12 hour Stream for Charity!

Date Posted: April 1, 2019

Charity events are known as an epicenter of joy and selflessness. While the number of donations raised is the only obvious differences, the memories made by these events and the support given are all mirrored from past fundraisers. Whether you're seeking a relaxing yet entertaining way to spend your day, or just looking for a place to hang out, we've got the event for you! Our next Read More...


Guiding the Blind Community with the Lighthouse of Collier

Date Posted: March 29, 2019

You wake up with the sun shining through your window. The bright glare is so much to bare that you draw the curtains before getting up to begin your day.  Now picture this; you wake up and its as if your eyes are still shut or perhaps you cannot tell if the shades are drawn or if there even is a glare coming into the window at all. This is the reality for many who suffer from a visual Read More...


Best Ways To Adjust To Your Disability With Age

Date Posted: March 25, 2019

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in 2015 there were roughly 53 million (1 out of 5) adults in the US living with some type of disability. In a more recent study, the CDC concluded this number has grown to over 63 million (1 out of 4) adults in just 3 short years (2018). Whether it be physical or mental, it is clear the number of people living and aging with a Read More...


11 Facts You Should Know About LHON

Date Posted: March 22, 2019

No one can prepare themselves for a life altering disability. The best you can try to do is gather an understanding of what is going on with your body. We're glad to share this information and to help anyone going through the condition, with these 11 facts about Leber Hereditary Optic Neuropathy. Onset effects Young Adults When Dreamscape founder learned of his disability, he was only 16 Read More...


25 Asperger Syndrome Traits and Treatments

Date Posted: March 18, 2019

Asperger’s syndrome is a condition considered to be a high functioning form of autism. It is on the autism spectrum, which may sound more intimidating than it actually is. While it is on the spectrum, many people are able to function in social settings with Asperger’s without you even knowing that have it at all. Positive Asperger’s Traits Remarkable focus and persistence Read More...


Discrimination Against the Disabled

Date Posted: March 15, 2019

Many of us deal with or at least witnessed disability discrimination. Most of the time, it’s for reasons no one can control. Did you know there is a law that makes this focused abuse illegal? The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission requires an employer to provide reasonable accommodation to an employee or job applicant with a disability, unless doing so would cause significant Read More...


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...