• Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on CPACC Guide )
  • 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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1 / 40

Disorders that affect a person’s stature, proportions or shape such as acromegaly, dwarfism, rheumatoid arthritis, and obesity are caused due to_________________


2 / 40

Impairments to a person’s ability to walk may be caused by congenital conditions, disease, or injury, such as cerebral palsy, neuromuscular disorders,
amputation, arthritis, and back injuries is called ______________.

3 / 40

According to the American Association of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, an
individual has ________________ if he or she meets three criteria:
• Their IQ is below 70-75.
• There are significant limitations in two or more adaptive areas (skills that are needed to live, work, and play in the community, such as communication or self-care).
• The condition manifests itself before the age of 18.

4 / 40

Rheumatoid arthritis affects as much as _____ of the worldwide population.

5 / 40

Although this disorder varies from person to person, common characteristics among people with__________ are difficulty with phonological processing (the manipulation of sounds), spelling, and / or rapid visual-verbal responding.

6 / 40

According to the University of Michigan, Michigan Medicine, some of the signs of _____________ include:
• Great vocabulary and verbal expression
• Excellent memory skills
• Attention to detail, but missing the big picture
• Poor abstract reasoning
• Concrete thinking
• Physical awkwardness, poor coordination
• Poor social skills
• Trouble adjusting to changes
• Anxiety, depression, low self-esteem

7 / 40

According to the Cleveland Clinic, the main symptoms of_________ are:
  1. Inattention
  2. Distractibility
  3. Impulsivity
  4. Hyperactivity

8 / 40

These individuals typically read at levels significantly lower than expected despite having normal intelligence.

9 / 40

Appliances and controls that are out of reach or require touch instead of voice commands are barriers for people with ___________________.

10 / 40

___________ is thought to be one of the most common language-based learning disabilities.

11 / 40

Worldwide, approximately ____________  has ASD, though it is reportedly higher is some countries, and its prevalence is increasing.

12 / 40

These are the barriers for people with _________________:
  1. Complex sentences and unusual vocabulary.
  2. On websites and other technologies, complex page layouts and navigation.
  3. Long passages of text without images, graphs, or illustrations to help explain concepts.
  4. Animated, blinking, or flickering images.
  5. Audio with no option to turn it off.
  6. Web browsers and media players that do not provide a control to turn off animations or audio.
  7. Complex visual designs.
  8. Social isolation discrimination.

13 / 40

It is estimated that between _______ of the population has dyslexia.

14 / 40

It is currently estimated that between ___________ of adults are obese.

15 / 40

This disability can be complicated by dysgraphia, an inability to draw or copy figures and graphs, and by anxiety.

16 / 40

Steps, thresholds, and other obstacles to gaining entry to a space are barriers for people with _______________.

17 / 40

The United Nations Development Program estimates that ____________ of all people with disabilities live in low-income countries.

18 / 40

All these are the common signs of _______________:

  1. Trouble grasping the meaning of quantities or concepts like biggest vs smallest
  2. Understanding that the numeral 5 is the same as the word five, and that these both mean five items.
  3. Remembering math facts in school, like times tables.
  4. Counting money or making change.
  5. Estimating time.
  6. Judging speed or distance.
  7. Understanding the logic behind math or holding numbers in their head while solving problems.

19 / 40

_______________is characterized by significant limitations both in intellectual functioning (reasoning, learning, problem solving) and in adaptive behavior, which covers a range of everyday social and practical skills.

20 / 40

Of people with reading difficulties, __________ are likely to have some form of dyslexia.

21 / 40

_______________ may include an inability to perceive text or to process the meaning of words, phrases and ideas.

22 / 40

It is estimated that between __________ of the global population, or about 200 million people, have an intellectual disability.

23 / 40

according to the US National Institutes of Health, difficulties in fine motor skills are prevalent among children with Attention Deficit Disorder, which affects between ___________ of children worldwide.

24 / 40

_____________is a learning disability that impairs a person’s ability to read.

25 / 40

_____________  refers to a range of conditions characterised by some degree of impaired social behaviour, communication and language, and a narrow range of interests and activities that are both unique to the individual and carried out repetitively.

26 / 40

According to the Merck Manual, these are the symptoms of a:
• Visual hallucinations
• An inability to speak
• Convulsions
• Loss of muscle tone
• Staring
• Falling down
• Biting the tongue
• Loss of control of the bladder or bowels

27 / 40

According to the US Centers for Disease Control, ___________ of adults in the US have mobility disabilities.

28 / 40

____________ involves an inability to understand arithmetic and how to calculate.

29 / 40

Studies estimate that around ______________, of children in the United States may have NVLD. It tends to affect boys and girls about equally.

30 / 40

According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, children with these disabilities are caused due to:
• Sit up, crawl, or walk later than other children.
• Learn to talk later, or have trouble speaking.
• Find it hard to remember things.
• Have trouble understanding social rules.
• Have trouble seeing the results of their actions.
• Have trouble solving problems.

31 / 40

___________________  is very much like Asperger Syndrome, in which people with the syndrome have normal intelligence and language development, but have trouble with social skills, sensory input, and making transitions.

32 / 40

Seating that is too small, or at the wrong height are barriers of _______________________.

33 / 40

About _______ of adults have a seizure at some point in their life.

34 / 40

________________ is often defined as an overwhelming sense of tiredness, lack of energy and feeling of exhaustion, and it relates to a difficulty in performing voluntary tasks.

35 / 40

Individuals with__________  often present other co-occurring conditions, including epilepsy, depression, anxiety and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD).

36 / 40

______________  is a condition in which people affected have seizures triggered by flashing or flickering lights, or patterns.

37 / 40

Intellectual disabilities in some countries are called _______________ in others.

38 / 40

Body shaming and social discrimination are barriers for _____________.

39 / 40

An estimated _______ of people have dyscalculia.

40 / 40

The Nursing Outcomes Classification defines_____________ as the ability to walk from place to place independently with or without an assistive device.

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