Vision is our most important sense. It directly impacts problem-solving, movement, emotional well-being, personal relationships, and other aspects of daily living. In spite of neuroscientific advances in our understanding of vision, especially identifying and treating vision problems, it continues to be poorly understood by educators, clinicians, and the general public. In fact most schools and clinicians continue to assess vision only with the 20/20 chart. Come learn in a lively and fun format how vision impacts attention and learning, and how vision problems can be addressed. Dr. Tod R. Davis is a developmental optometrist, board-certified in vison therapy. A lecturer in Europe and the U.S. on visual processing disorders, Dr. Davis served a fellowship with the Gesell Institute of Child Development, Yale University. He is a Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development and a member of the Optometric Extension Program, Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association, and the American Optometric Associ-ation. Dr. Davis is the owner of Virginia Vision Therapy Centers with offices in Manassas, Springfield, Fredericksburg, and Win-chester, VA.