Vision therapy is a way to enhance visual development and strength.
Vision Care for Children and Teens
A child needs to have developed appropriate visual skills prior to entering school.
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.
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Patient Success Stories
Workshops & Seminars
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!
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…
Due to the weather, we have rescheduled our seminar scheduled for this evening to a future date. It will now be held on Tuesday, March 28th at 6:30pm in our Annapolis office. Please join Dr. Kungle as she discusses the connection between Attention Deficit Disorder and common visual deficiencies. Call our office: 410-268-4393 extension 1…
Brain Injury Fact Sheet1 In 2010, about 2.5 million emergency department (ED) visits, hospitalizations, or deaths were associated with TBI—either alone or in combination with other injuries—in the United States. TBI contributed to the deaths of more than 50,000 people. TBI was a diagnosis in more than 280,000 hospitalizations and 2.2 million ED visits. These…
ADD flier March 2017 Join us for our next office seminar discussing the connection between Attention Deficit Disorder and Vision. Many visual conditions are misdiagnosed as ADD. Join Dr. Kungle as she explains the connection between vision, learning and attention. Two continuing education hours are available for professionals. Refreshments provided. RSVP:…