Our Hours
Mon-Thu 10am-6pm
Fri 1pm-6pm

We are a specialty optometric practice dedicated to providing vision care that focuses on visual development and vision therapy.  Our main focus is on children, particularly those with learning difficulties, using vision therapy as a way to improve or develop the visual skills critical to academic success.

We also provide specialty care to help athletes develop the advanced levels of visual ability that is needed for sports.

Dr. Jenna

Dr. Jenna Williams-McDermed is a board certified Optometric Physician providing  Developmental Optometry and Optometric Vision Therapy.

Dr. McDermed graduated from the Pennsylvania State University in 2002 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, with a concentration in Neuroscience.  She received a Bachelor’s degree in Vision Science and Doctorate in Optometry in 2006, graduating with honors from Nova Southeastern University.

To stay at the top of her field, Dr. McDermed continually pursues post-graduate education in Developmental and Behavioral Optometry as well as Vision Therapy through the College of Optometrist in Vision Development (COVD) and the Optometric Extension Program Foundation.  Dr. McDermed is a Fellow in COVD which means she is board certified in vision development and vision therapy.

She is an active supporter of community programs including the Florida Special Olympics. 

Dr. McDermed currently lives with her husband, young daughter and three dogs in East Orlando.

Dr. Chi

Raised in Saint Petersburg, FL, Dr. Chi graduated from St. Petersburg High School’s International Baccalaureate program. He received his Bachelors of Science in Human Nutrition at the University of Florida. Following his education at the University of Florida, he received his Bachelors of Vision Science and Doctorate of Optometry at Nova Southeastern University in 2013. During his doctoral education, Dr. Chi completed an externship in Primary care with an emphasis on pediatric and developmental optometry.

Dr. Chi commits to pursuing post-graduate education provided by the College of Optometrist in Vision Development (COVD) and the Optometric Extension Program Foundation (OEP) in order to remain distinct and knowledgeable within his field. Dr. Chi has completed over 100 hours of continuing education in vision development and neuro-visual rehabilitation.

Dr. Chi finds great joy in aiding the pediatric and special needs population with working towards attaining their highest visual potential. He is passionate about providing adequate visual health care to every individual in order to facilitate appropriate vision development throughout this critical period in their lives. Dr. Chi currently lives in East Orlando with his wife and son. He enjoys cooking, watching movies, and spending time with his friends and family.