Raising a child with special needs in Queens? Find support by connecting with other NYC families, parents, and caregivers in your community who have kids with special needs. Read on to find a group in Queens, NY.
Autism Society of America
Autism Society Of America - Queens
32-39 162nd St., Flushing
With autism chapters nationwide, the Autism Society has several local chapters with support groups that are all led by volunteer parents and care providers of children with autism, providing families with information, support, and encouragement. (See other borough listings for locations in Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Manhattan.)
Community Resources and Services For Children
90-04 161st St., #401, Jamaica
A variety of seminars on topics like preparing for high school and effective advocacy skills are available.
National Alliance on Mental Illness Queens/Nassau
A support group for parents of children with a psychiatric diagnosis.
Queens Parent Resource Center
88-50 165th St., Jamaica
The Parent Federation holds monthly workshops and meetings for families and parents of children with developmental disabilities to learn about the latest medical advances, provide support, and discuss government policies as they relate to developmental disabilities.
Support Groups for Parents of Children with Special Needs in Brooklyn
Support Groups for Parents of Children with Special Needs in the Bronx
Support Groups for Parents of Children with Special Needs in Manhattan
Support Groups for Parents of Children with Special Needs in Staten Island