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PROMPT is the life’s work of Deborah Hayden, founder and director of the PROMPT Institute in Santa Fe New Mexico. She is recognized nationally and internationally for her work in the diagnosis and treatment of children with motor speech disorders, and is currently devoted to teaching, research and development. Deborah has mentored and trained PROMPT Instructors all over the world, giving each of us the opportunity to share our knowledge and expertise with so many.