• 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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CPACC BOK - EXAM 5

CPACC BOK - EXAM 5

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______________  are products used by people with disabilities to help accomplish tasks which they could not accomplish otherwise.

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According to estimates provided by the World Health Organization, ___________  of children worldwide suffer with mental and behavioral disorders.

3 / 40

According to the Center for Parent Information and Resources, some of the characteristics and behaviors seen in children who have an emotional disturbance include:
• Hyperactivity
• Aggression or self-injurious behavior
• Withdrawal
• Immaturity
• Learning difficulties

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________________ can read interfaces and content out loud by converting text to speech.

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For people who cannot hear the audio portion of videos, provide ________________ .

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These are the barriers for people with ________________:
  1. Limited availability and affordability of mental healthcare services.
  2. Lack of knowledge among healthcare providers for accurate diagnoses and treatment.
  3. Social stigma.

7 / 40

For people who Cannot see, or has difficulty seeing use Use color combinations with __________.

8 / 40

Those patterns with a _________  or some that move are more likely to trigger seizures.

9 / 40

The solution by providing software or hardware options can enhance the contrast of digital text by using
color combinations with high enough contrast to easily read is for people ___________________.

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The Solutions to Blindness and Low Vision Challenges is that Screen readers can read interfaces and content out loud by ________________.

11 / 40

Provide sign language interpretation and a transcript is for people who  ________________:

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For people who cannot hear talks, presentations, and performances, provide ______________ on a monitor during the speech.

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__________________  describe the phenomenon of more than one disability being present within a person at the same time. They can include physical, mental, or a combination of types.

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Use raised tiles on the ground to indicate the edge of a platform, a pathway along a sidewalk, the beginning of a staircase, etc. Eliminate low-hanging architectural features that a blind person could bump into are solutions for people with ___________________.

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In 2017, an estimated ____________  people experienced an anxiety disorder, making it the most prevalent mental health disorder.

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Moving, blinking, or flickering content in videos, films, websites, and other technologies are barriers for people with _____________.

17 / 40

Do not rely on color alone to convey meaning or information as certain color combinations, in particular __________, can be difficult to distinguish:

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Adaptive strategies provide enhancements to, or change the methods of, interacting with the environment or technology needed to accomplish a task.

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For people who cannot read the text on the containers or packaging for consumer items such as medicine, personal care products, and food:
  1. Embossed braille (or braille stickers) on packaging and product containers help consumers identify items both in the store and after purchase.
  2. Mobile apps can scan labels of bar/QR codes and read the product information aloud.

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A screen reader can convert a transcript of the audio to braille on a refreshable braille device, or print it in a braille embosser for people who _______________________.

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The solution for the challenges for people who cannot use screen readers on interfaces and digital content not designed with accessibility in mind:

  1. Interfaces and content must be remediated for accessibility.
  2. Interface designers and content authors, if they have access to the necessary files, can edit the markup (which describes the files’ presentation or logical structure) to make them compatible with assistive technologies.

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For people with Blindness and Low Vision Challenges who cannot see digital interfaces of public displays, such as digital signs, ATMs and airport kiosks:      ( On interactive systems, haptic or speech input can facilitate interaction)

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Who do you provide alternative visual alerts, such as lights that flash, pulse, dim, or turn on and off is __________________.

24 / 40

The World Health Report-2001 showed the worldwide prevalence of emotional disorders was _______ among children ages 9-17.

25 / 40

When used with computers, assistive technologies are also referred to as adaptive technologies or adaptive software

26 / 40

The following Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies are for people with __________________:
• Note-taking apps
• Captions
• Audio controls
• Text-to-speech (TTS) software
• Personal listening devices (PLD)
• Sound field systems
• Noise-canceling headphones
• Audio recorders

27 / 40

For people who Cannot see or feel the controls on flat interfaces on devices:

  1. Use alternative interfaces with knobs or other tactile controls.
  2. Provide audio interfaces.
  3. Facilitate remote control through mobile apps.

28 / 40

The Solutions to Blindness and Low Vision Challenges is by providing Audio description is an additional audio track that describes and gives context for essential visual information.

 

29 / 40

For people cannot see, or has difficulty seeing, signs or other text on buildings or other locations, the solution is that to Map and geolocation applications on mobile devices can announce the names and descriptions of buildings and other location-related information.

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According to the US National Institute of Mental Health, when having to perform in front of or be around others, people with ____________ tend to:
• Blush, sweat, tremble, feel a rapid heart rate, or feel their mind going blank.
• Feel nauseous.
• Show a rigid body posture, make little eye contact, or speak with an overly soft voice.
• Find it scary and difficult to be with other people, especially those they don’t already know, and have a hard time talking to them even though they wish they could.
• Be very self-conscious in front of other people and feel embarrassed and awkward.
• Be very afraid that other people will judge them.
• Stay away from places where there are other people.

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Web browsers and media players that do not provide controls to stop or turn off video or animations discrimination are barriers for people with ______________.

32 / 40

______________  is a disorder in which a person feels anxiety or fear in certain or all social situations, such as meeting new people, dating, being on a job interview, answering a question in class, or having to talk to a cashier in a store.

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For people who cannot hear talks, presentations, and performances, provide __________________.

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A screen reader can convert text to braille on a refreshable braille device, or print it in a braille embosser for people with _____________.

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If they are easy to find, braille labels and descriptions on entrances, rooms, bathrooms, historical markers, and other points of interest allow people who know braille explore and understand their surroundings are all challenges for people with ___________________.

36 / 40

Lights that flash or flicker between _________  a second are the most likely to trigger seizures.

37 / 40

The challenges for people with Central Auditory Processing Disorder is _________________.

38 / 40

Approximately __________ of people with epilepsy have photosensitive epilepsy.

39 / 40

________________ are solutions meant to help people with disabilities perform activities of daily living and increase their independence and ability to participate in society.

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_________________  is an additional audio track that describes and gives context for essential visual information.

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