See Your Fullest Potential Unfold

The right vision evaluation and treatment makes all the difference. As a Developmental Optometry Practice​​​​​​​, we are fully focused on helping you or your family overcome any hurdles caused by visual deficiencies.

Beyond Eyesight

Vision is more than seeing with your eyes. Vision also happens in the brain. In fact, it is your dominant sense.

Quality of Life

Your visual system impacts how you perform, feel, behave, and interact with the world around you.

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Model of Care

The Clarendon Vision experience reflects our commitment to clinical excellence.

Advanced Clinic

Explore our fully functional vision therapy and rehabilitation center plus our latest technology.

Vision Test

Understand if your symptoms are related to a functional vision problem.

Partner Resources

A multi-disciplinary approach to vision care cannot be achieved without professional partner collaboration.

Office Hours

  • Monday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

  • Tuesday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

  • Wednesday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

  • Thursday 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM

  • Friday 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

  • Saturday 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

  • Sunday Closed

  • Have an emergency? Contact us at (630) 323-7300

    Our Team

    Monika Spokas, OD

    Dr. Monika Spokas, founder of Clarendon Vision Development Center in Westmont, IL, fell in love with pediatrics and vision therapy in optometry school. She understood that this, combined with her passion, gave her the key to make a positive impact on the trajectory of others’ lives. In her 20 years of serving Chicagoland, Dr. Spokas built a team of like-minded professionals looking to put the patient first.

    “Our team loves what we do. It is our vocation. It is our passion. The opportunity to improve the lives of our patients and their families is the core of who we are.”


    Dr. Cumings is highly regarded by our patients who have complex visual needs, regularly noting that Dr. Cumings identified the right diagnosis and treatment that has provided the often long-awaited relief they needed.


    When examining her primary eyecare patients, Dr. Malone enjoys uncovering and treating binocular difficulties often overlooked by other primary care providers.

    Patient Liaison, Vision Therapy and Myopia Management Counselor

    Marzenka supports our patients and their families throughout their program of care at Clarendon Vision Development Center.

    Vision Therapist

    Vanessa has the agility to adjust her therapy sessions based on a patient’s needs, while also making the experience fun and engaging.

    Vision Therapy Department Head/Vision Therapist

    Adriann pulls from her passion and experience in teaching and working with children to build and maintain meaningful relationships and help set meaningful goals for her patients.

    Vision Therapist

    Miriam joined Clarendon Vision Development Center as a Vision Therapist to further her passion for helping people and working with children.

    Vision Therapist

    Jordyn is passionate about her role as a vision therapist at Clarendon Vision because she says, “seeing and being a part of the patient's progression leading up the final goal is priceless.”

    Medical Receptionist/Optical Assistant

    Linda leverages her compassion for people of all ages and her sunny disposition while interacting with patients.

    Medical Receptionist/Administrative Assistant

    Always with a smile, Amanda goes above and beyond to assist every patient.


    Rita’s main goal is for patients to receive the best quality care and service.

    Optometric Technician

    Merideth is patient-focused and dedicated to make every patient feel comfortable and satisfied throughout their experience here.

    Practice Manager

    Samira joined the Clarendon Vision team as our Practice Manager, bringing 20 years of professional experience in the medical field of which 13 years was in optometry management and strategic operations.

    We Get Results, Together

    Success Stories

    ​​​​​​​A patient’s success can be the best word of advice. Here are some of ours.

    A Child's Thought

    What do our youngest patients say after completing treatment?

    Videos Worth Watching

    From our patient success stories to the best informational reels about developmental optometry.

    Our Blog

    Read the latest news, articles, and perspective on all things vision.

    February 1, 2023
    Understanding Advanced Amblyopia Treatment Options

    Lazy eye or amblyopia is a neuro-developmental eye condition that starts early in life. It may also occur due to an injury to the brain or a neurological condition. Amblyopia causes minimized eyesight in one eye despite having prescription eyewear.

    January 27, 2023
    Does Your Child Have Dyslexia or a Vision Problem?

    Dyslexia is a learning condition that affects the areas of the brain in control of information processing. It limits the ability to identify speech sounds, understand letters, and how sounds relate to words and letters. It leads to learning difficulties because it affects a child’s ability to spell, read, and write.

    January 3, 2023
    How Are ADHD and Vision Problems Related?

    People with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder tend to experience a similar set of vision problems. The shared vision problems, in this case, include convergence insufficiency, oculomotor dysfunction, astigmatism, and other refractive errors. These issues make it hard for their eyes to align properly when focusing on nearby objects.

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