A New Vision Staff
Rose Detmer Stone, OD
Dr. Stone has owned A NEW VISION since 1997. She obtained her undergraduate degree at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and her Doctor of Optometry at nearby Pacific University in 1996. In addition to general optometry, she has a particular interest in pediatric and developmental optometry. She works closely with the Brain Injury and Rehabilitation Center (BIRC) in Beaverton treating vision-related problems for patients suffering from traumatic brain injury. She has received extensive post-graduate training in vision therapy, and is an associate member of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD). She is also a current member of the American Optometric Association (AOA), the Oregon Optometric Physicians Association (OOPA), and the Optometric Extension Program Foundation (OEP).
Dr. Stone grew up in the midwest, but has lived in the Pacific Northwest for nearly two decades and wouldn't dream of leaving. She and her family enjoy the outdoors a great deal, and are avid rafters, snowskiers, hikers and beachcombers.
Angela Ebeler, OD
Dr. Ebeler obtained her undergraduate degree and Doctor of Optometry at Pacific University, earning her graduate degree in 2000. Dr. Ebeler also shares a passion for pediatric and developmental optometry in addition to primary eye care. She received the Young Optometrist of the Year Award from the Oregon Optometric Physicians Association in 2006. She is a current member of the American Optometric Association (AOA), the Oregon Optometric Physicians Association (OOPA), and the Portland Metro Optometric Society (PMOS), serving as a board member for PMOS for 2 years. She has served as State Coordinator of VISION USA, a nonprofit vision program, for 4 years.
Dr Ebeler lives in Tigard with her husband, children and two herding dogs.
Other members of A NEW VISION include:
Colleen Van Winkle, Vision Therapist
Colleen is the Vision Therapist in the office. She has been involved in vision therapy for more than 20 years, both as a parent of children who benefited from VT and as a therapist for A NEW VISION since 1998. She works very closely with the doctors each week to provide the appropriate therapy approach for each individual patient. In addition to in-house training and practical experience, Colleen completed the VT training as developed by the Baltimore Academy of Behavioral Optometry in 2000. She has had advanced vision therapy training in the areas of sensory motor integration deficits, pervasive developmental disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and traumatic brain injury.
Colleen has a background in early childhood development and education. She is a certified lead teacher in the American Montessori Society.
Jeanne Danielson, Receptionist
Jeanne is the friendly voice most patients will hear when they call the office. Jeanne is a graduate of Oregon State University with a degree in Home Economics and Communications. She has a wide range of experience in business operations and information management. She performs all of our insurance billing and inquiries and is your lead contact regarding your eyecare benefits. If patients have general questions regarding our office, Jeanne is the person who will be answering or fielding these questions.
Jeanne is a native Oregonian and very much a people person. She enjoys music, books, steam engines, walking, and her many varied pets.
Janna Nelson, Certified Optician
Janna is certified by the American Board of Opticianry (ABO). She has been in the optical field since 2002. She is very familiar with the leading frame makers and keeps up with the ever-changing trends in optical fashion. Her continuing education opportunities focus primarily on current lens technology and advances in coatings so that she can make the most appropriate recommendations for you when it comes to an eyeglass purchase. Janna does the ordering, dispensing and repairing of eyeglasses in our office.
Janna has lived in Oregon for more than 20 years with her husband and daughter. She is an avid reader, and enjoys her two dogs and three cats. She also volunteers with the ESL (English as a Second Language) program in Hillsboro.