The development of our visual systems begins before we are born and continues for the rest of our lives. During the first decade of life children learn to use their eyes to gather information about the world. That is, the eyes become the primary information-gathering sensory motor system of the body. Our developmental vision examination assesses the relationship between the eyes and the rest of our sensory motor mechanisms (auditory, tactile, kinesthetic, vestibular, postural, proprioceptive); also, we test visual recall, visualization, visual-motor integration and eye-body integration. Completing the developmental examination, we perform a comprehensive vision examination, evaluate the findings and present our recommendations during the conference. Most often, developmental vision examinations require two office visits.