• Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on CPACC Guide https://www.accessibilityassociation.org/ )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 30 minutes
  • Number of questions: 40
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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CAPCC BOK - EXAM 1

CAPCC BOK - EXAM 1

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The complex phenomenon of disability and integrates the social and medical models is called :

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The _____________________ of disability can tend to downplay the embodied aspects of disabilities too much, as if disability had nothing to do with bodily characteristics at all.

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The strength of the Social Model states that " The social model’s focus on the disabling conditions in the environment and in society makes it clear that the barriers and challenges experienced by people with disabilities are not inevitable, nor are they exclusively a characteristic of the individual’s “broken” body

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The ______________________ of disability is a practical perspective that identifies the limitations (or “functional impairments”) due to disability, with the intent to create and promote solutions to overcome those limitations.

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The _____________ is more inclusive in approach, as pro-active thought is given to how disabled people can participate in activities on an equal footing with non-disabled people.

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ICF is based on this model, an integration of medical and social.

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A coherent view of different perspectives of health: biological, individual and social is referred to as:

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Which disability addresses that the management of the problem requires social action and is the collective responsibility of society at large to make the environmental modifications necessary for the full participation of people with disabilities in all areas of social life.

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The medical model is presented as viewing disability as a problem of the person, directly caused by disease, trauma, or other health condition
which therefore requires sustained medical care provided in the form of individual treatment by professionals.

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Which model draws on the idea that it is society that disables people, through designing everything to meet the needs of the majority of
people who are not disabled.

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The medical model of disability is not seen as an issue to concern anyone other than the individual affected.

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Which model has consequences that includes loss of earnings for and payment for assistance by the individual; lower profit margins for the employer; and state welfare payments.

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A course leader who meets with a visually impaired member of the group before the beginning of a course to find out how hand-outs can be adapted so that the student can read them. This is an example of

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In this model, disability is not an attribute of an individual, but rather a complex collection of conditions, many of which are created by the social environment.

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In the______________________, management of the disability is aimed at a ‘cure,’ or the individual’s adjustment and behavioral change that would lead to an ‘almost-cure’ or effective cure.

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University of Leicester, UK: “The ________________ of disability views disability as a ‘problem’ that belongs to the disabled individual.

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Which model assesses the degree to which impairment affects an individual’s productivity and the economic consequences for the individual, employer and
the state.

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The_____________ component of disabilities is a critical reality for many people.

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The weakness of the Social Model push for social justice in the political arena can also put activists at odds with people with other political interests, antagonizing relationships and sometimes creating resolute political adversaries.

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One result of the common medical understanding of disability is that people with disabilities often report feeling excluded,
undervalued, pressured to fit a questionable norm, and / or treated as if they were globally incapacitated.

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A member of staff who makes PowerPoint presentations available on Blackboard to all members of the group before a lecture. This allows dyslexic students to look up unfamiliar terminology before the lecture and gives them an idea of the structure that will be followed. This ‘framing’ helps students to understand and retain the information. This is an example of

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People with disabilities often express frustration when they are met with pitying attitudes or incredulity if they speak about anything positive related to
living with their conditions.”

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The Strength of the Social Model states that "Societies can improve the lives of people with disabilities considerably by ensuring that the world is designed to accommodate a wide range of human characteristics and abilities".

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If a wheelchair-using student is unable to get into a building because of some steps, the medical model would suggest that this is because of the wheelchair, rather than the steps. This is an issue related to ________________________.

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There is a great deal that society can do to reduce, and ultimately remove, some of these disabling barriers, and that this task is the responsibility of society, rather than the disabled person. This is referring to which Model of disability?

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The weakness of ___________________ states that if a person doesn’t meet the legal threshold for disabled, or if there is a dispute as to a person’s disability, the person with the disability may not receive the support they need.

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Which model addresses that the issue is both cultural and ideological, requiring individual, community, and large-scale social change.

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The _______________ of disability defines disability by a person’s inability to participate in work.

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In 2002, Which Model did the World Health Organization published the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health.

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A better model of disability, in short, is one that synthesizes what is true in the medical and social models, without making the mistake each makes in reducing the whole, complex notion of disability to one of its aspects. This model is also known as __________________-.

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Certain adjustments are made, even where this involves time or money, to ensure that disabled people are not excluded. The onus is on the organiser of the
event or activity to make sure that their activity is accessible. This is referring to which model of disability?

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The ___________________ often overlooking the broader sociopolitical constraints imposed by unwelcoming or inaccessible environments.

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The ______________ of disability sees the issue of ‘disability’ as a socially created problem and a matter of the full integration of individuals into society.

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The weakness of the ___________________ treats disability as a problem or inherent characteristic of the individual and seeks a cure or medical management of a bodily condition.

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The strength of ________________ recognizes the effect of bodily limitations on a person’s ability to work, and there may be a need for economic support and / or accommodations for the person’s disability.

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Equal access for someone with an impairment / disability is a human rights issue of major concern is referring to _____________.

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The weakness of _____________ creates a legally defined category of people who are needy, which can be stigmatizing for people with disabilities.

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The strength of the ____________________ is that it can address the biological sources of disabilities, either by clinically curing them or providing ways to medically manage the conditions.

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In the ___________________, medical care is viewed as the main issue, and at the political level, the principal response is that of modifying or reforming
health care policy.”

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Which model of disability is directly related to the charity model?

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