Grade Level Support:

No items found.

Subjects + Areas of Expertise:

  • IT / Tech

Supported Resources:

  • Support telehealth technology in the Atlantic First Nation community health centres
  • Individual or small group training on using video conference
  • Help Desk info
  • IT Support
  • Test and troubleshoot video conference units
  • Videoconference resource materials

Sarah Doucette is the Operations Manager for the Atlantic Canada’s First Nation Help Desk. She has been employed with the Help Desk since 2005 and enjoys working with technology and helping others, especially those needing tech support in the Atlantic First Nation health centres and schools.

In her role as Telehealth Coordinator, Sarah has provided a “one-stop” resource for medical professionals, administrators, and videoconferencing technical teams. In 15 years with Atlantic Canada’s First Nation HelpDesk (firstnationhelp.com), she has been the primary point of contact between First Nation health centres,First Nation and Inuit Health Branch, and provincial health authorities and regional hospitals in the fourAtlantic provinces.

Motivated by her personal goal to bring educational resources to those with learning disabilities, Sarah hasher Masters in Education and a Bachelor of Education from St. Francis Xavier University. She also obtained an undergrad from Cape Breton University.

Sarah is from Membertou, a Mi’kmaw community located in Unama’ki (Cape Breton) Nova Scotia. She is the proud mother of three daughters (Calaya, Ella and Jayla). She enjoys spending time with family and friends, and loves to travel.

Grade Level Support:

No items found.

Subjects + Areas of Expertise:

  • IT / Tech

Supported Resources:

  • Support telehealth technology in the Atlantic First Nation community health centres
  • Individual or small group training on using video conference
  • Help Desk info
  • IT Support
  • Test and troubleshoot video conference units
  • Videoconference resource materials

Sarah Doucette is the Operations Manager for the Atlantic Canada’s First Nation Help Desk. She has been employed with the Help Desk since 2005 and enjoys working with technology and helping others, especially those needing tech support in the Atlantic First Nation health centres and schools.

In her role as Telehealth Coordinator, Sarah has provided a “one-stop” resource for medical professionals, administrators, and videoconferencing technical teams. In 15 years with Atlantic Canada’s First Nation HelpDesk (firstnationhelp.com), she has been the primary point of contact between First Nation health centres,First Nation and Inuit Health Branch, and provincial health authorities and regional hospitals in the fourAtlantic provinces.

Motivated by her personal goal to bring educational resources to those with learning disabilities, Sarah hasher Masters in Education and a Bachelor of Education from St. Francis Xavier University. She also obtained an undergrad from Cape Breton University.

Sarah is from Membertou, a Mi’kmaw community located in Unama’ki (Cape Breton) Nova Scotia. She is the proud mother of three daughters (Calaya, Ella and Jayla). She enjoys spending time with family and friends, and loves to travel.