The therapy takes place in a specially designed facility to enable the patient to concentrate and succeed in the therapy.
This reality makes it that much more difficult for both the patient and speech therapist in therapy. Patients are often distracted by outside noises and continuity of therapy is damaged. It is clear that speech therapists require such a dedicated facility, isolated from noises, in order to gain optimum results in therapy. This room also includes equipment such as a computer, printer, radio-tape, working cards and means of alternative supportive communication.