Dr. Celia Hinrichs has been working with children and adults with multiple issues, complicated strabismic patients, and head trauma patients for over thirty years. She has taught at New England College of Optometry’s Specialty Clinic and in the classroom, managed a private practice in optometric vision rehabilitation, and worked at the Perkins Low Vision Clinic as the clinical instructor. For many years, Dr. Hinrichs was the staff optometrist for New England Center for Children, a school geared toward children with significant behavioral difficulties and autism. For the past twenty years, she has developed her own practice where she does optometric vision therapy every day. She was selected as Chair of the International Exam Board for College of Optometrists in Vision Development from 2008 to 2011 and won the President’s Award in 2011 for her work. Throughout her career, she has lectured, taught and written on the needs of patients with multiple issues, complicated strabismus and head trauma. She continues to develop approaches to allow individuals in these populations to use their visual skills more effectively in daily living and education.