New and proven ways to teach teens and young adults about healthy relationships and romance. The non-profit Dibble Institute promotes relationship training for youth—especially in the context of dating and romantic connections.
Our goal is help young people build a foundation for healthy romantic relationships now, and for lasting, positive family environments in the future.

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 Many adolescents and young adults with autism and other disabilities now have an improved quality of life as a direct result of the professional videos and fun lessons developed by Social Signals. Social Signals is dedicated to teaching friendship and romantic relationship skills to people who are on the autism spectrum or have intellectual disabilities. Teenagers with Aspergers or autism often struggle with middle school and high school relationships. Until now there have been few resources available to teenagers, parents, and teachers to address this unmet need. Social Signals has developed evidenced-based videos and a curriculum that teach friendship and romantic relationship skills.


A curriculum in FAMILY LIFE AND SEXUAL HEALTH for middle & high school students with special needs.  This curriculum consists of 28 lessons.