Dreamscape Blog

Child Abuse & Neglect Awareness

Date Posted: July 5, 2019

Everyone knows that child abuse and neglect is a problem worldwide, but people aren’t truly aware of how severe this problem is. The facts In 2017, according to the American Society for the Positive Care of Children, child abuse reports involved over 7.5 Million children in the U.S. alone. 4.1 Million of those cases were for maltreatment and only 3.2 Million received prevention and Read More...


VISIONS: Preparing the Blind Workforce for an Independent Life

Date Posted: June 28, 2019

For as far back as we can remember, people with disabilities have had to struggle with living fully independent lives. For the blind community, the most common misconceptions are being seen as having an inability to complete normally daily or work related tasks due to their lack of sight. People instantly assume that an individual is unable to survive or live on their own. But in truth, Read More...


Hook, Line, and Sinker: New Hope Ministries 11th Annual Fishing Banquet

Date Posted: June 14, 2019

Love fishing? How about BBQ? Or maybe you prefer great entertainment, live auctions and raffle prize giveaways? If so, we have one event you will not want to miss! This year, New Hope Ministries is back with another fun filled, family friendly event for the whole community. The Annual Fishing Banquet is a night dedicated to the people of the community New Hope Ministries is proud to call Read More...


Dreamscape Works With Louisiana Elementary School To Create A Sensory Room

Date Posted: June 7, 2019

For many, the first years of school can be a frightening time. Not knowing other students or leaving your parents for hours on end can be hard for any child, especially when living with a disability. The caring and dedicated faculty at Whispering Forest Elementary in Slidell, Louisiana, are well aware of this fact and on a mission to help make school a fun and happy experience for every Read More...


Jade Brings a New Creative Style to Dreamscape’s Next Charity Stream

Date Posted: May 28, 2019

As we prepare for our next Dreamscape Charity Stream, we are proud to announce a first and new twist on our typical event! On Saturday, June 1st, we will be teaming up with Twitch Streamer and artist Jade (PaintWithJade) for a 12-hour long stream, to raise money for the young students at Whispering Forest Elementary. From 10am-10pm, Jade will be demonstrating her true talents on the canvas. Read More...


Interview with Bill Wagner, Sportswriter at The Game Haus

Date Posted: May 17, 2019

We at Dreamscape can never predict the amount of support we will receive. A recent successful fundraiser, hosted by Sierra, MissSunshyne, was a mix of effort and passion! After raising a whopping $2,000 for Anita Rutland, we saw an influx of what we like to call "Sharing The Dream". This is how we connected with Bill Wagner, one of our donors during the event, and an online journalist who Read More...


Live Accessible Changes Lives for the Blind

Date Posted: May 10, 2019

Whether you were born with a visual impairment or developed one throughout your life, it can be extremely difficult to find the resources and tools you need. Over the years, accessibility concerns have been growing and a lot is being done to help the blind and visually impaired community. But while new accessible internet designs and assistive technology are being developed and implemented, Read More...


Returning Fire on Parkinson’s Disease

Date Posted: May 3, 2019

David Smith is a strong believer that “guns are not all bad, they are just a tool.” David has been around guns his whole life and was taught proper usage and safety at a young age. Going to the range and competing in competitions was always something he loved and knew he would do the rest of his life. But one day, at age 38, David was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and his life Read More...


The Game Docs Take on Dreamscape’s next Charity Stream

Date Posted: April 17, 2019

Bryan and Tom are two longtime friends, who share a love for gaming. In college, they used to get together on the daily and play various games, in some cases up to 5-6 hours a day! The way they put it, to say the least, they were addicted! Super Smash Bros was always their go-to game while in school. But Bryan is the big Nintendo fan of the group. Today, he has been focusing much of his time Read More...


Audrey’s Determination Sparks a Movement in the Community

Date Posted: April 15, 2019

The Hannibal YMCA is home to many locals looking to get in shape and increase their overall wellness. But some of these members are there for more than just losing weight and toning up. These members are pushing themselves to the limit everyday to fight back against the disabilities trying to keep them down. To them, going to workout with a personal trainer is about achieving goals they once Read More...