National Stuttering Association (NSA) – Queens, NY Chapter


Welcome to the Queens Chapter of the National Stuttering Association. The NSA is a non-profit organization that supports people who stutter. Please explore the website to catch up on our upcoming events, or read our blogs and newsletters recapping our past meetings. Thank you Rob for your hard work in putting together and maintaining our website! If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to share them with us at the bottom of a newsletter or article. If you would like more information on the Queens Chapter, please subscribe to our website or email the Chapter Leader, Nina at Thank you for visiting and we hope to see you at our upcoming meetings or events. Stay strong and Stutter Beautifully.

Latest News

2016 Holiday Party

December 01, 2016  |   Blog,Events   |   0 Comments

Happy December Everyone!   You're invited! Please join the Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens Chapters of the National Stuttering Association on Saturday, December 10th from 8-11pm at Juniper Bar (237 W 35th Street) for drinks, snacks and good company. This is the perfect time to meet, hang out, and celebrate the holidays with the wonderful NYC stuttering community. Everyone is welcome and there is no cover charge! There will not be an open bar at this event but drinks are available for purchase to adults 21 and older. I hope to see you there! Happy Holidays ...

November Meeting

November 04, 2016  |   Blog,Events   |   0 Comments

Hi Everyone! Just a Reminder that the Queens Chapter will be meeting on Monday, 11/7 at 7:00 at the Flushing YMCA. Hope to see you there! Have a great weekend. Thanks Nina

October 2016 Recap

October 22, 2016  |   Blog,Events   |   0 Comments

Hi Everyone! Happy International Stuttering Awareness Day!!!  The Queens Chapter met on Monday, October 17th at the Flushing YMCA. Attendees discussed their appreciation for the NSA and support groups to help them realize they are not alone. The meeting kicked off with a great discussion about what persons who stutter would like their listeners to know. PWS often have different views about what they would like their listener to do while they are blocking such as maintaining eye contact and not finishing their sentences. They agreed that stuttering makes them more sensitive and have more patience. Another discussion ...