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.
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.
The Clarendon Vision experience reflects our commitment to clinical excellence.
Explore our fully functional vision therapy and rehabilitation center plus our latest technology.
Understand if your symptoms are related to a functional vision problem.
A multi-disciplinary approach to vision care cannot be achieved without professional partner collaboration.
An accelerated development of the visual system through a carefully designed one-on-one therapy program provided by our clinical team.
Treatment programs for children to slow down the progression of myopia (nearsightedness) and reduce long term sight-threatening risks.
Evaluation and treatment for patients whose visual performance is compromised due to stress, age, concussion, or traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Eyecare for our youngest patients starting at age 6 months. Includes assessment of visual development, preventative care, and specialty treatment.
Comprehensive eye health and visual performance evaluations for patients of all ages backed by our expert clinical approach.
Monday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Have an emergency? Contact us at (630) 323-7300
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.
Marzenka supports our patients and their families throughout their program of care at Clarendon Vision Development Center.
Vanessa has the agility to adjust her therapy sessions based on a patient’s needs, while also making the experience fun and engaging.
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.
Miriam joined Clarendon Vision Development Center as a Vision Therapist to further her passion for helping people and working with children.
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.”
Airyanna’s experience in early childhood education and play-based learning shines in her energy and ability to connect with even our youngest patients.
Linda leverages her compassion for people of all ages and her sunny disposition while interacting with patients.
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.
If you have the opportunity to work with Abasi as your optical consultant, be ready for top-notch, tailored service (coupled with some good entertaining conversation).
Merideth is patient-focused and dedicated to make every patient feel comfortable and satisfied throughout their experience here.
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.
Is your child struggling with reading and learning? Reading, writing, spelling and even paying attention all depend on an effective visual system. Eye tracking problems are one of 40 visual skills that can cause learning problems. 20/20 eyesight is not an indicator of a fully functional visual system. Specialty lenses and vision therapy can enhance visual performance.
Problems with eye alignment (how your eyes work together as a team) and how your brain processes visual information can cause nausea, balance issues, dizziness while driving and more. Eye misalignment often causes binocular vision dysfunction which is treatable with the right specialty lenses or vision therapy plan.
If you’re experiencing post trauma symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, light-sensitivity, or coordination problems, find relief knowing that vision may be the root cause of these symptoms. Problems with eye misalignment and clarity of vision can be corrected with specialized micro-prismatic lenses and rehabilitative therapy that reduces or even eliminates these symptoms.
Blurry distance vision (aka nearsightedness) is a symptom of a sight threatening eye disease called myopia. While nearsightedness may be corrected with glasses or contacts, parents need to know that treatments are now available to slow myopia progression in children. These treatments are non-invasive, proven effective and kid friendly.
A patient’s success can be the best word of advice. Here are some of ours.
Dr. Spokas is awesome, great with kids always taking time to explain and answer any questions we have very friendly person my daughter likes her very much and she likes going there to check her eyes. Office staff is pleasant always willing to help.
Rita the optician helped and explained very clearly to my child how to wear contacts with patience she is very nice and kind.
Dr. Spokas is incredibly knowledgeable and so kind. We trust her for our whole family's vision needs. Also love the therapists. Vision therapy was hugely helpful for our oldest - our child went from refusing to pick up a book to voraciously reading. Highly recommend this practice.
Always love coming to Clarendon Vision. Staff is knowledgeable and friendly, great selection of frames. Doctor always sees us on time and is very personable. You will not be disappointed with Clarendon Vision. Two thumbs up!
My daughter is usually very nervous when going to the doctor. Dr. Cummings did many things that were done to keep her occupied and distracted so she was a lot less nervous about the visit. She was wonderful! The entire staff is SO great! So easy to work with. We were very happy and pleased with the experience!
The staff and doctor Cumings were wonderful. I’ve never had an eye exam that was so thorough and actually addressed all my issues. Everyone was sweet and very helpful. The only place I’ll be trusting for my eye care. Thank you!
Clarendon Vision Development Center staff is welcoming, helpful, and friendly. Dr. Cumings is extremely knowledgeable and authentic. Her assessment was comprehensive and I valued time spent to explain my vision problem. I look forward to a long professional relationship with the center and Dr. Cumings.
I've been with Clarendon Vision for a long time now and wouldn't want to go anywhere else. My daughter has been on the Ortho-k treatment for about 6 years and she loves it. They made the process super easy for us and are always available if any problems come up.
Dr Spokas was the first Doctor who identified and associated my son’s reading disability with vision problems, after therapy we went from IEP to the normal reading levels. Thank you very much and we highly recommend Dr Spokas for you and your family
I am so glad I came here! I'm a truck driver and have had weird feelings in my head and really tired eyes along with anxiety, but not no more thanks to Clarendon Vision. The eye doctor and all the staff were amazing and so helpful. Thank you!
After seeing Dr. Spokas for many years and loving her approach, I saw Dr. Amber Cumings today for the first time. She was kind, thoughtful, answered all my questions, and was extremely knowledgeable. In the many years of my family going to Clarendon Vision, we have never had a bad experience. You cannot go wrong at this spectacular practice.
I have been seeing Dr. Spokas for almost 10 years. Her calendar was booked so I had to get on Dr. Cummings’ schedule instead. I am pleased to share that she was equally brilliant as Dr. Spokas. Both doctors are very personable and knowledgeable health care professionals. I am always satisfied with my visits to Clarendon Vision!
Dr. Amber was very thorough and worked carefully with me to make sure she understood as much as possible about what was happening with my vision. The reception and support staff was super nice in person and very helpful over the phone while scheduling and rescheduling.
They got me in same day for an eye injury, and the entire experience was wonderful! The staff and doctor were all very pleasant and the process went smoothly and quickly. I would definitely recommend!!!
What do our youngest patients say after completing treatment?
I can focus more and do my best work.
What is really awesome is that I made honor roll this past semester. If you are struggling with reading, I think that you should do vision therapy and change your life too.
I no longer need extra time to complete tests and I don’t make silly mistakes.
Now I can make higher kicks in karate and hit the target. Also, now I don’t bump into people and things.
Vision Therapy has given me a lot of improvement. I always wanted to be the smartest person in the world.
Vision Therapy has made is easier to read books, spell words and write.
I still have Dyslexia, but my eyes have much more stamina for reading.
I went from reading at a 4th grade level to a 10th grade level. I no longer get car sick; my coordination is better and I’m not nauseous when watching TV.
Before I would zone out all the time and now it is easier to pay attention all the time. My hockey game has improved a large amount.
I started going to this place and I noticed that I can see with my right eye.
I used to hate to read, but now I love it.
Before Vision Therapy, my head hurt every day. After I finished, my head stopped hurting and I read better.
Now I don’t have double vision and I see one of everything.
Wow! What a big difference from where I started to where I ended.
Now that I can see better, reading is a lot of fun and I do it all the time.
Vision Therapy has helped me with reading, balance, horseback riding, tumbling and a lot of other things.
Lining up numbers in math is easier. Reading is easier. My MAP testing score went up 18 points.
I have more courage and a better attitude doing more tasks.
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Dyslexia is a complicated condition affecting how the brain interprets and processes information. It can impact the patient’s writing and reading skills. It can also cause hardships with their concentration in loud environments and prioritizing. This is also true for organizational abilities and planning. For this reason, dyslexic patients often experience various academic challenges.
Did you know that a basic vision screening can miss up to one-third of children with a vision or eye disorder? Untreated and undetected eye disorders like strabismus and amblyopia can become learning barriers. They result in poor reading habits and dismal outcomes in school. A comprehensive eye exam by an eye doctor can help identify these conditions early.
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.