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!
Jeremy’s mom says: “Vision Therapy changed my son’s life. There are no more tears! Jeremy is able to work faster on homework with better concentration. I no longer hear him say, ‘I CAN’T DO IT!’”
One in ten children in America—over 5 million in all—has a vision problem significant enough to impact their ability to learn in school. While the typical school vision screening may give students a ‘perfect’ grade of 20/20, this test only tells one thing: how well they can see at a distance.
Please join us in our Annapolis office Wednesday August 17th at 6pm as Dr. Kungle discusses the visual consequences following a concussion. Vision is one of the sensory systems that is significantly affected by a blow to the head. Even mild injuries can result in serious visual deficiencies. You won’t wan to miss this informative presentation. It…