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Let's Make Learning Accessible!

Our Mission

Our express goal is to give the right of literacy to all island learners who struggle  with language and literacy by establishing the necessary foundation skills and cultivating critical thinking. Literacy provides a person access to what the world has to offer so they can fulfill their personal dreams both socially and academically  and improve their opportunities for lifelong success.

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An On-Island

Speech & Language

Diagnostic and

Treatment Non-Profit Program

Martha's Vineyard Language & Literacy Project was created out of a recognized need for increased support of the families in our community whose children struggle with Oral, Written & Language-based learning difficulties including dyslexia and dysgraphia. 


Consequences of under-diagnosis and/or insufficient treatment are broad and can be significant: 

  • Negative effects on academic success and psycho-social well-being throughout life

  • Children and adolescents often experience intense frustration. They may act aggressively or withdraw

  • Challenged learners frequently become targets of bullying and ridicule. They may have low self-esteem and, unfortunately, may even develop mental health problems, including anxiety and depression


Donate to Martha's
Vineyard & Literacy 


To support therapy sessions for children and

adolescents struggling with literacy learning,

support volunteering efforts and help us acquire essential learning resources

Your donation matters, every penny counts towards helping children struggling
with literacy learning difficulties. To learn more about the donations, therapy 
sessions and payment options, click here

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The intervention methodology for both challenged and bilingual learners is based upon. . . . 

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Using English for multiple purposes is essential in our programs. This fosters a deeper understanding of. . . 

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Support us in conducting therapy sessions for children and adolescents struggling. . . .