About Ring Therapy Services

Hey there… So happy you stopped by! My name is Emily (but please, call me Emmi), and I am the owner and founder of Ring Therapy Services. I opened my company because I saw a need… A need for early (or “earlier”) intervention, a need for quality care, and a need for more options for families.

Many families and schools are missing out on quality services that can help children progress in so many areas of their life. Families are unaware of the benefits of speech and language therapy, don’t understand why these skills are so important, and are afraid to learn more because of the “stigma” associated with therapy in general. Schools often understand the importance but are restricted financially and/or go through county programs that require extensive “qualifications” in order for students to be able to receive services!

In actuality, not only do speech and language skills directly relate to academic success, but most children LOVE coming to therapy! There are options for therapy services that don’t break the bank OR require a “qualification” process.

After 5 years in pediatrics, I took that as my “sign” to start my own company! You can read more about me and my credentials in the tabs below.

About Ring Therapy Services

Our research shows:

When it comes to receiving therapy services...



Many kiddos do not receive services at all.


Or, they do not receive services until elementary through their school system.


Many families don't know there are options that children can receive individualized, frequent therapy sessions outside of/in addition to school-based services.


Many families are unable to add in therapy around their already hectic schedules.

Does this sound familiar? Let's talk about it, we would love to help!

What We Do


AKA how we make and produce sounds and words

Common signs: Difficult to understand, mispronunciation of sounds (e.g. “wed” for “red”), stuttering, difficulty “getting words out”, unusual vocal quality, frustration and/or embarrassment when unable to be understood.


The messages we give to and receive from others, and how we give and receive those messages

Common signs: Using minimal words, difficulty following directions, difficulty naming items, limited vocabulary, minimal eye contact, aggressive/ disruptive behaviors, seems uncomfortable or disinterested, unusual word order.


How we consume nutrients throughout different stages of development

Common signs: FTF (Failure to Thrive), reflux/ regurgitation, “picky eater”, food refusal, difficulty chewing/ swallowing, unable to drink from multiple sources, minimal weight gain, latch issues, restrictive diet, frequent drooling/ slobbering, oral structural abnormalities, frequent choking/ coughing while eating/drinking, too short/long meal times, unhappy meal times.

Auditory Processing

Our ability to understand, process, interpret and act on the sounds and messages we hear

Common signs: Request for frequent repetition, says “um” or “what” frequently, easily distracted, difficulty with phonological skills (applies to reading, spelling, writing), difficulty following verbal and auditory directions, behaviors/abilities improve in quiet settings, difficulty following conversations.

Cognitive Linguistic

Communication skills that involve memory, attention, perception, organization, regulation, and problem solving

Common signs: Difficulty attending to one or more things at a time, forgetful, poor note taking skills, inability to adjust to classroom schedule, frequent outbursts, difficulty following directions, inability to understand abstract language, difficulty participating in everyday activities.


Reading and writing skills



Common signs: Poor spelling abilities, poor academic performance, speech and language difficulties, difficulty relating sounds to letters, exhibits frustration with homework, poor auditory and reading comprehension.

Visual / Perceptual

What our brain uses to make sense of what we see in the world around us

Common signs: Inability to navigate familiar areas, frequent complaints about eye pain/ rubbing eyes, inability to copy down information in class, reads at odd angles, struggles with cutting or pasting

Gross / Fine Motor

Gross motor skills pertain to skills involving large muscle movements, while fine motor skills involve use of smaller muscles

Common signs: Difficulty with writing, difficulty with blocks of puzzles, coordination difficulties (running, throwing, catching), easily excitable (fidgeting frequently), messy eating or drinking.

Sensory / Emotional

Help children struggling with Sensory Integration and Emotional Regulation 

Common signs: Difficulty attending to activities, aversion to certain textures of clothes, covering ears during everyday activities (e.g. flushing toilet), frequent behavioral outbursts, gagging with a variety of food textures, poor balance or seeming clumsy.

We would love to hear from you.

Contact us by email or phone, thanks and have a good day.


Ring Therapy Services
6017 Pine Ridge Rd. Suite 280
Naples, FL 34119