Resources for Families & Faculty

Athletics for All

"Athletics for All" is a Section XI interscholastic competition for students with physical and/or cognitive disabilities, aged 12-21. The program includes once monthly interscholastic opportunities for students in various activities (e.g. bowling, basketball, soccer). Students are picked up at JFK or CHS and bussed to the event, which is chaperoned by Comsewogue faculty.

If you are interested in having your child attend this program, please contact: Mr. Matteo DeVincenzo, Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics, at (631) 474-8465.

Upcoming Theatre Three Sensory-Free Shows

The Three Little Kittens on Sunday, March 3rd @ 11:00AM

THE THREE LITTLE KITTENS may have to find their mittens—but what they really want is to be a singing trio. Teaming up with a show business hound (Barker Doggone), Lucy, Ricky and Ethel embark on an adventure with the well-meaning penguin Waddles Greenway to thwart a rascally rabbit Harry Hoppit. Together they learn that friendship is the greatest bond and that dreams really can come true.

The Adventures of Peter Rabbit on Sunday, April 14th @ 11:00AM

Peter, Flopsy, Mopsy, Cotton-Tail, Benjamin Bunny, the McGregors and all their friends come to life in this delightful adaption suggested by the characters created by Beatrix Potter. THE ADVENTURES OF PETER RABBIT is family fun and a THEATRE THREE tradition for the spring break!

All tickets are free and can be reserved by contacting:

Box Office: 631.928.9100
Nicole Ehrhard: 631.928.1130 or  nicole@theatrethree.com


What to expect at our Sensory Friendly Shows:

  • A Social Story on Theatre Three’s website available at least one week prior to the performance. 
  • House lights remain on throughout the performance and flashing lights and strobe effects (if applicable) are removed. 
  • Sound levels lowered for a gentler audible experience. 
  • Patrons can feel free to move around the theatre auditorium. 
  • Clean blankets and stuffed animals are available in the lobby during the performance for patrons who would like to take a break from the performance. 
  • No intermission. 
  • Actors are available for a meet and greet after every performance!

Suggested Websites

New York State Education Department
NYSED Common Core Resources for Parents of Students with Disabilities
Adult Career & Continuing Education Services and Vocational Rehabilitation (ACCES-VR)
NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD)

Books for Families of Students with Disabilities​

A Parent's Guide to Developmental Delays: Recognizing and Coping with Missed Milestones in Speech, Movement, Learning, and Other Areas
by Laurie Fivozinsky Le Comer

After the Tears: Parents Talk About Raising a Child With a Disability
by Robin Simmons

Brothers and Sisters
by Laura Dwight

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Children with Special Needs: Stories of Love and Understanding for Those Who Care for Children With Disabilities, 
by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Heather McNamara, and Karen Simmons

Emergence: Labeled Autistic
by Temple Grandin

Late, Lost, and Unprepared: A Parents' Guide to Helping Children with Executive Functioning 
by Joyce Cooper-Kahn, Ph.D., & Laurie Dietzel, Ph.D

Learning to Slow Down and Pay Attention
by Kathleen Nadeau

1-2-3 Magic
by Thomas W. Phelan

Organizing the disorganized child
by Martin Kutscher & Marcella Moran Parents' Complete Special Education Guide
by Roger Pierangelo & Robert Jacoby

Smart but Scattered
by Peg Dawson, Ed.D. & Richard Guare, Ph.D.

The Explosive Child
by Ross Greene, Ph.D.

Thinking in Pictures: My Life With Autism
by Temple Grandin

Who Moved My Cheese?
by Spencer Johnson, M.D.

Books for Students

All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome
by Kathy Hoopman

All Dogs Have ADHD
by Kathy Hoopman

Freak the Mighty
by Rodman Philbrick

Kissing Doorknobs
by Terry Spencer Hesser

The View from Saturday
by E.L. Konigsburg

The Alphabet War
by Diane Burton Robb

Turtles All the Way Down
by John Green