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Special Education Automation Software (SEAS)
SEAS is a 100% web-based product comprised of several modules which together allow districts to manage their special needs programs, including: IEP & forms management, timeline compliance, Medicaid claim generation, assessment reports, and more. Participating counties: Jackson and Klamath.
Access your district’s Special Education Automation Software (SEAS) special education management system by following the links below:
Klamath County School District
Butte Falls School District
Phoenix-Talent School District
Pinehurst School District
Prospect School District
Rogue River School District
School Districts participating in this program are reimbursed by a federal program known as Medicaid Administrative Claiming (MAC).
Medicaid Administrative Claiming (MAC) uses “time sampling” methodology to survey educational staff. The MAC program provides a way of reimbursing K-12 districts for claimable work already being performed by these staff members.
MAC is different and separate from the “Fee for Service” or “School Based Health Services” program administered by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA).
SOESD is the regional administrator of the MAC program for districts in Jackson, Josephine, and Klamath counties. For more information about the program, contact Mark Earnest, SOESD Medicaid Specialist, at 541-245-5197 or via email at email@example.com
Participating counties: Josephine and Klamath Falls
The Oregon Project for Visually Impaired and Blind Preschool Children (The OR Project) is a comprehensive curriculum designed for use with children birth to six who are visually impaired or blind. Availability: Worldwide. The sixth edition of the OR Project includes several significant changes. Approximately 200 additional skills were added, totaling more than 800 distinct developmental skills, each with corresponding teaching activities. This new edition provides computer graphing of an individual child’s profile to clearly depict the child’s strengths and areas for instruction. The OR Project can be used with any child functioning at developmental levels between birth and six years. Click here to learn more.