Chess online is fun, immersive, open to everyone, and always has room for improvement. Chess is an extremely useful and immersive hobby, one that is accessible to people with many different disabilities and health situations. Chess is a great game for people in hospitals, in assisted living homes, and also in standard living situations. Because chess is played sitting down and does not involve intense physical activity to […] Read more
It can be difficult to make moves on a chess board without knocking over other pieces for someone with Parkinson’s disease (or someone with hands that shake for another reason). However, there are a couple of different chess set options that significantly reduce the likelihood of accidentally touching other chess pieces when making moves. http://www.bestchessmenever.com/ […] Read more
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