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

Are you Taking Stuttering out to the Ballgame?

September 10, 2014  |   Blog,Events   |   0 Comments

Hi Everyone! Just wanted to let those of you that are attending the Yankee game know that game time is 4:05. If you're still interested, there are a limited amount of tickets left so get your tickets today. Please visit to purchase your tickets. Feel free to email me with any questions you may have.   Thanks, Nina

Take Stuttering out to the Ballgame

August 22, 2014  |   Blog,Events   |   0 Comments

Hi Everyone! I would like to invite you to join the Queens Chapter as we "Take Stuttering out to the Ballgame" to see the New York Yankees take on the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday, September 20th. Please visit for more details. We hope to see you there. Please feel free to email me at with any questions you may have. -Nina  

August 2014 Newsletter

August 06, 2014  |   Blog,Events   |   0 Comments

Happy August All! On Monday, August 4th, the Queens Chapter of the NSA met at their new location, the Flushing YMCA! The meeting began with voluntary introductions, followed by powerful, meaningful discussions about life situations related to stuttering. As the meeting got underway, one topic discussed was the idea of acceptance vs. fluency. PWS (Persons Who Stutter) are faced with the ongoing challenge of acceptance. Have you ever asked yourself the question “Am I ok with the fact that I stutter?” This can be a very difficult question to answer, which is why so many ...