South Coast ESD Regional INCLUSIVE Services

The SCESD Inclusive Regional Program assists local school and early intervention, early childhood special education providers in serving children. Please click the link below for more information about our programs:

Georgeann Harty
Program Administrator
541-266-4025 Fax: 541-4536

Mae Coleman

The SCESD Inclusive Regional Program is part of a statewide network of “regional programs for students with low-incidence disabilities” providing equal access to services regardless of the child’s location. The program serves Coos, Curry and Western Douglas School Districts.

Special Education Forms are accessible here:

SCESD Regional Program Overview:

The SCESD Regional Program licensed staff provide evaluation, direct and/or consultative services for students who are eligible for series as determined by parent/adult student (students age 18-21) and the special education team.

The program supports adaptive, assistive and/or specialized materials and equipment.
In-service trainings and resources to local education staff and parents to assist teams with teaching strategies, interventions and methods, access to educational instruction, use of adaptive materials and equipment, and transition to adulthood.

Braille, orientation and mobility, sign language, interpreter, use of vision aides and supports, positioning equipment are offered, also.

A resource, material lending library is available and include teaching materials, books, tapes and parent information. A liaison support for Traumatic Brain Injury assists districts with the identification and support of students with TBI.

Additional SCESD Regional Program Information can be accessed at the regional forms and lending library or calling the regional secretary at 541-266-4025

Statewide Regional Program Information includes:

The Technology Access Program

Oregon School for the Deaf (OSSD)

The Center for Brain and Injury Research & Training (CBIRT)

Regional and Statewide Services for students with Orthopedic Impairments (RSOI) 

Oregon Deafblind Project