Upcoming Seminar: ADHD & the Vision Connection Nov. 1st 6:30pm

  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 [...]

By | October 17th, 2018|Events and News, Eye Conditions, Learning, Seminar, Workshop|Comments Off on Upcoming Seminar: ADHD & the Vision Connection Nov. 1st 6:30pm

Farsighted Children Struggle with Attention

​Vision problems often undetected, uncorrected in younger kids By: Misti Crane Published on October 09, 2017 COLUMBUS, Ohio – Farsighted preschoolers and kindergartners have a harder time paying attention and that could put them at risk of slipping behind in school, a new study suggests. An estimated 4 to 14 percent of preschoolers have moderate [...]

By | November 8th, 2017|Learning, Resources|Comments Off on Farsighted Children Struggle with Attention

Infant Visual Development

Babies are born with visual systems that are still in the process of developing.  Although human babies are born with eyes that are approximately 65% of the size of an adult’s eye, their visual systems are not nearly as developed.  A newborn’s first views of the world are indistinct and hazy, but at even a [...]

By | November 22nd, 2016|Learning|Comments Off on Infant Visual Development

The Merits of Reading Real Books to Your Children

In a small study published in February in JAMA Pediatrics, researchers looked at the interactions between parents and their children, ages 10 to 16 months, and found that when they were playing with electronic toys, both parents and children used fewer words or vocalizations than they did with traditional toys. And picture books evoked even [...]

By | October 3rd, 2016|Learning|Comments Off on The Merits of Reading Real Books to Your Children

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