Call Us Today! 410-268-4393

Call Us Today! 410-268-4393

Vision Therapy
Can Help People
of All Ages

Preschool Vision Care
Is Your Child Ready?

Stress-Related
Vision Problems?

Helping students in and out of the classroom

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Vision Therapy

Vision therapy is a way to enhance visual development and strength.

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Vision Care for Children and Teens

A child needs to have developed appropriate visual skills prior to entering school.

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Traumatic Brain Injury

Car accidents, concussions, stroke, and aneurysm are just a few examples.

Welcome to Our Practice!

Welcome to The Center for Vision Development. We are a dynamic practice of behavioral optometrists, vision therapists, and educational advocates working to enhance neurological visual disorders through consultations, advocacy, and one-on-one individualized therapy.

Conveniently located in Annapolis and Pasadena, Maryland, The Center for Vision Development provides care for Severna Park, Arnold, Bowie, Washington D.C., Prince Frederick, Crofton, Glen Burnie, Laurel, Columbia, Baltimore, Easton, 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.

Please Share Your Experience With Us!

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Patient Success Stories

Your success is our success. Vision therapy improves so many lives, if you have experienced the life changing effect of vision therapy please leave us a testimonial.

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Workshops & Seminars

Please let us know about your experience during your recent workshop or seminar with one of our doctors. Include your suggestions for future topics or locations. Leave a review.

The Latest Technology

The Center for Vision Development utilizes the latest technology available to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of visual deficiencies. The ReadAlyzer and The Computer Orthoptics Vision Therapy System are used to aid with testing and treatment of visual deficiencies. Please call to schedule a free screening for you or your child.

Online MVA Provider

We are an Authorized Online Vision Certification Provider who will submit your vision results electronically to the MVA. The electronic submission of your vision information allows eligible customers to renew their non-commercial driver’s license through MVA’s website or self service kiosk. For walk-in customers requiring vision as part of their transaction, it can eliminate the vision screening step in the renewal process. Schedule your examination with us today!

Recent News

New Seminar! Learning Related Visual Problems Nov. 13 @ 6:30pm

November 1, 2017

Please join Dr. Kungle as she discusses common visual deficiencies that cause children to struggle with reading and learning.  Discover the hidden disability of vision deficiencies.  Often children struggle for many years before a vision issue is detected due to the false notion that having a 20/20 vision label means they have PERFECT VISION!  While…

Back to School – Are you missing something?

August 28, 2017

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…

Upcoming Seminar 8-30-17 at 6:30pm

August 16, 2017

Please join us for our next FREE seminar showcasing our new eye tracking video recording system, RightEye.   This new video recording system records eye movements, eye tracking during reading and various binocular vision tasks.  It is able to help in the diagnosis of concussions and various oculomotor deficiencies which often contribute to reading difficulties.…

School-aged Vision: 6 to 18 Years of Age

July 20, 2017

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…


Dr. Jennifer Kungle

Dr. Jennifer Kungle


Dr. Jennifer Kungle, a native of Saskatchewan, Canada, graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelors of Science degree, Magnis Cum Honoribus in Physiology.


Dr. Emily O’Meara

Dr. Emily O’Meara


Dr. Emily O’Meara completed her undergraduate work at the University of Richmond in Richmond, VA, earning a Bachelor of Science degree magna cum laude in Biology, in 2004.


Dr. Ronald Berger

Dr. Ronald Berger


Dr. Ronald Berger attended the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C. and received his professional degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 1975.