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The Truth about Quadriplegics

Date Posted: September 26, 2019

Quadriplegia, also known as Tetraplegia, is a type of paralysis that causes partial or full loss of use to the persons body and four limbs. Quadriplegia can be caused by a Spinal Cord Injury, or be a lasting effect of another illness. (Cerebral Palsy, Stroke, etc.) Simply put: Quadriplegics can't move anything below the neck. A common question that comes up will always be: How does one find Read More...


Improving Lives With Heightened Hearts Foundation

Date Posted: September 16, 2019

Millions around the world are suffering from poverty, hunger, and social injustice. After being struck with hard times, many struggle to get back on their feet. With only limited resources and help available to these families and individuals, the Heightened Hearts Foundation is going above and beyond to help them get back on their feet. Who is the Heightened Hearts Foundation? Recently, the Read More...


Dreamscape Foundation: A Charity for the Disabled & Our Community

Date Posted: September 16, 2019

Founded in 2013, The Dreamscape foundation was created when the founder, Joseph Sehwani was diagnosed with a rare disease at the age of sixteen that took away his vision. Since then, Joseph has created a vision of his own for people suffering from rare diseases. Providing individuals with scholarships, job aids, education accommodations, health aids and all amenities to help them succeed in Read More...


Morningday Community Solutions: What’s behind a CRP?

Date Posted: September 9, 2019

We had the pleasure of interviewing Greg Bales, the Founder and President of Morningday Community Solutions. We got to learn all about his day to day running a CRP. Are you now wondering what a CRP is? Well, we are here to tell you all about it! What's a CRP? What a great question! CRP stands for Community Redistribution Partner, and Greg founded his in Fort Lauderdale, over 8 years ago. He Read More...


An Interview with United Way of Brevard County

Date Posted: September 9, 2019

Terry Taylor, the Senior Director of Grants in Gifts at United Way of Brevard County gave Dreamscape some insight on the behind the scenes of this successful Community Redistribution Partnership. What it's all about We had the pleasure of learning about United Way of Brevard and everything their wonderful organization has to offer. Located in Rockledge Florida, they have been helping their Read More...


Habitat For Humanity: A Helping Hand in every Community

Date Posted: September 2, 2019

Everyone has seasons of struggles in their life, that is why the Habitat For Humanity is always there with love and care. What it's all about "What I enjoy most is the team I work with. They all are there to help and they want to be there. Everybody is great to each other and helps out, plus they are all passionate about the cause" Recently, Dreamscape had the pleasure of speaking with Read More...


Adjusting to Challenges of Being a Young Adult with Disabilities

Date Posted: September 2, 2019

The transition into adulthood can be quite different for everyone, but nevertheless, still challenging. Waking up and noticing changes to your own body is a difficult time for any child growing up. Now, on top of that, imagine making that same transition with a disability. Facing the real world For most of us high school is the time of our lives. We get to see our friends everyday, 3 Read More...


Good360: The Charity That Never Stops Giving

Date Posted: August 27, 2019

Running a nonprofit and struggling? Maybe Good360 is exactly what you need! Take a deeper look to get the full effect of what this nonprofit is doing for the community around you. The Mission Good360 is a product philanthropy, partner based nonprofit organization. This means they work with large and responsible companies to donate their excess merchandise to charities or other nonprofits. Read More...


Understanding Bell’s Palsy

Date Posted: August 26, 2019

Without thought or effort, we all smile and laugh at jokes, blink our eyes regularly and taste food with every bite. None of us even contemplate not being able to do facial functions as simple as these. But for those battling Bell’s Palsy, it can be a frightening onset and realization of just how vital these functions are to us in everyday life. Where Bell’s Palsy isn’t usually Read More...


Learning Without Limits – National Center on Accessible Education Materials at CAST

Date Posted: August 23, 2019

Looking back, many of us cannot remember difficulties we faced as young students, when learning the tasks we now see as simple. Things like reading, writing, using a computer or smart phone, and more. We have known how to do tasks like these for so long, we don’t even have to think, we just do it. In school, we might have had difficulty understanding material but not the basic functions we Read More...