Join us for our next workshop discussing the use of Syntonic Phototherapy. Learn how light can hep heal the brain. Syntonics is useful in helping people heal from a concussion, stimulate a lazy eye, reduce pain and light sensitivity and many others. Join Dr. Kungle on Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 at 7pm. Continuing education…Read More
Help us spread the word about our FREE developmental vision screener, provided in our Annapolis office on November 5th and 6th, 2018. This screener will last approximately 30 minutes and assess the following visual areas: *** Binocular integration – including convergence ability *** Accommodative function *** Oculomotor control – screening with the RightEye…Read More
Join Dr. Kungle as she discusses the common visual deficiencies that are often misdiagnosed as ADHD. November 1st, 6:30pm in our Annapolis office. This is an interactive workshop with many helpful demonstrations. Perfect for teachers, parents, grandparents, therapists and all who want to learn how to help diagnose common visual deficiencies that look like…Read More
Check out Dr. Kungle’s interview with Medgadget, discussing our newest office tool to assess eye movements, binocular integration and reading function. The RightEye Eyetracking system is now apart of all of our patient screenings, evaluations and follow up visits. It provides extremely useful information about how a person uses their eyes to scan, jump…Read More
Join Dr. Kungle as she discusses the common visual conditions that masquerade as ADHD. Learn about these visual conditions, how they are treated, and appropriate classroom accommodations to help kids in school! Wednesday, May 16th at 7pm. Continuing education credits available for professionals; however, teachers, coaches, parents and grandparents are all invited to…Read More
Join Dr. O’Meara as she discusses common toys and games which support visual development and help with learning. This is an interactive seminar with lots of hands on opportunities. Kid Friendly. December 4th at 6pm in our Annapolis office.Read More
Know someone who struggles with reading? Have you ruled out vision as a potential cause? Please join us at the Severna Park Branch Library as we offer free reading analysis with our ReadAlyzer eye tracking system. We will be located in the small conference room area – look for our signs! Time: 9am-2pm Severna Park…Read More
Published on Jun 30, 2014 by COVD As children get ready to go back to school, parents are going through their checklists to make sure everything is taken care of so their children are fully prepared for school. However, most checklists are missing something that could make the difference between success and failure. Watch this…Read More
Good vision is of paramount importance when it comes to success in school. When certain visual skills have not developed, or are poorly developed, learning is difficult and stressful, and children will typically: Avoid reading and other near visual work as much as possible. Attempt to do the work anyway, but with a lowered level…Read More
By: Stephen S. Hall Photo: Dylan Coulter for New York Magazine; Dylan Rizzo, April 2015. After a serious car accident in December 2010, Dylan Rizzo was left in a deep coma with minimal chances of regaining consciousness or regaining meaning full recovery. Serious brain injuries are extremely difficult to diagnose, and the diagnosis is often…Read More
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The Center for Vision Development provides care for Severna Park, Arnold, Bowie, Washington D.C., Prince Frederick, Crofton, Glen Burnie, Laurel, Columbia, Baltimore, Easton and Salisbury and all of the surrounding communities. Call us at 410-268-4393 for information about your location and to learn more about our practice.