About The Center for Vision Development

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far The Center for Vision Development has created 26 blog entries.

Chesapeake Family’s 2016 Top Docs!

Thank you for voting us top in our field for 2016! Here are a few of the comments we have received from our patients: "Dr. Berger takes a lot of time to LISTEN to what you're saying, and finds an individual solution for your particular eyes. My middle-age eyes were having a LOT of trouble [...]

By | July 8th, 2016|Events and News|Comments Off on Chesapeake Family’s 2016 Top Docs!

All About the Readalyzer

The Readalyzer is one of the many tests we provide at the Center for Vision Development. The Readalyzer is an objective assessment tool used to measure a patient's reading comprehension and eye movements. The patient puts on goggles that act as a recording device.  This device records eye movements, number of fixations and regressions, reading [...]

By | June 21st, 2016|Resources|Comments Off on All About the Readalyzer

Attention Deficit/Visual Connection Seminar

Join us June 28th at 7pm in our Annapolis office for a free seminar!  Dr. Jennifer Kungle will discuss common visual symptoms that mimic attention deficit disorder.  The seminar is suitable for parents, grandparents, child care providers, educators, therapists and other medical professionals.  Two continuing education hours are available for professionals.  Refreshments provided.  Please call our office [...]

By | June 13th, 2016|Seminar, Workshop|Comments Off on Attention Deficit/Visual Connection Seminar

Developmental Vision Care

By | April 25th, 2016|Videos|Comments Off on Developmental Vision Care

Vision and Learning

A much as 80% of most school children’s learning occurs through their eyes. Looking at books, reading a blackboard, using a computer, watching the teacher and observing the other students are some of the ways vision is used in the classroom. Being able to process the information that comes through the eyes is key to [...]

By | May 21st, 2015|Learning|Comments Off on Vision and Learning

Understanding Lazy Eye

Amblyopia, commonly known as lazy eye, is a condition in which there is blurry or reduced vision in one or both eyes that is not correctable by glasses, contact lenses or eye surgery. Amblyopia causes more visual loss in children than all the injuries and diseases combined in this age group. Lazy eye can cause [...]

By | April 30th, 2015|Eye Conditions|Comments Off on Understanding Lazy Eye