Problem: Autistic, young, difficult,
cognitively 'early' individuals press their
i-device's Home button and exit the app you want
Before I continue, kudos
to Rob Mitchell of PaperClipRobot.com for coming
up with these!!!
Cover your Home button with a special BubCap Pro
that I have tested and adapted. BubCaps are
small aluminum 'tab's (the manufacturer actually
makes a variety for different purposes, but the
aluminim "Pro" model is the only one I've found
all-around success with). They self-adhere to
the cover your Home button. The Home button
cannot be pressed directly now, by anyone! It
works great! :-) Problem solved!
How comes yours are slightly more expensive than
other sellers of a similar product?
Look at the Q/A below the pictures. My
adaptation is unique, and from personal
experience, essential! Also, this is the Pro
version, the only version that can't ever fail
because of its stiffness.
pics to see them BIGGER!
Applying the BubCap
Here I am using a pen to press the Home button.
And the result! :-)
does a supervisor (parent, teacher, therapist,
etc.) press the Home button?
Use a pen point through the small hole in the center
of the BubCap. We specially drill the access hole
large enough to do this. If you purchase from
anywhere else, you must use a toothpick or paper
clip, which are a safety hazard and inconvenient.
Question: Can I remove the
Answer: Of course!
Use a razor/boxcutter to *gently* pry it away from
the screen. It's easy. And you can
re-adhere it several times!
black or white!