DALLAS, TX – June 26, 2015 - Chess for Humanity is pleased to announce the expansion of its senior brain health and memory care program to Walnut Place, a premier healthcare rehabilitation, assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing facility in Dallas, Texas.

“We had some days when every inquiry we’d get would be from senior and memory care centers so it is exciting to be able to expand our seniors brain health and memory care program to Walnut Place,” said Akshay Malhotra, Founder and CEO of Chess for Humanity. “Walnut Place is an excellent home to many seniors with a great commitment to high quality care and we are looking forward to improve and maintain their brain health with mental chess exercises and mind-stimulating activities. The expansion of programs like this one will only strengthen the health of our community.”

Details on the program can be found at http://chessforhumanity.org/senior-citizens/

In addition to work with seniors in various senior care and memory care centers in their efforts to alleviate Alzheimer’s and Dementia, and remain mentally healthy, active and independent members of the community, Chess for Humanity works with Veterans of Foreign War Centers and VA Hospital, County Juvenile Detention Centers, and various Schools, and provide veterans with cognitive and recreational therapy to stay strong and focused during tough times of transition, transform at-risk juvenile youth with challenging problem-solving, decision making, and life skills education to reduce violence and recidivism, and empower children with strategic educational programs to help them succeed in school and in life.