• 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 7

CPACC BOK - EXAM 7

1 / 40

The following Adaptive Strategies and Assistive technologies are examples of:

  1. Motorized scooters
  2. Gait trainers
  3. Stair lifts
  4. Lift chairs
  5. Exoskeletons

2 / 40

The following Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies are used for people with _______________:

  1. Graphing tools
  2. Drawing tools
  3. Equation-solving tools
  4. Graphic organizers
  5. Text-to-speech applications
  6. Dictation tools

3 / 40

The following  Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies is specifically used for:
  1. Oversized trackball mouse
  2. Adaptive keyboard
  3. Eye-tracking devices
  4. Voice recognition software

4 / 40

You should speak to the person directly, not to the person accompanying them.

5 / 40

The following Assistive technologies and Adaptive strategies are for people suffering from __________________.

• Behavior chart
• Point sheets
• Goal tracking
• Noise monitoring devices
• Music
• Positive reinforcement
• Rewards such as video and arcade games

6 / 40

The following Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies are used for people with _______________:

• Graph paper to assist with lining up numbers
• Manipulatives (hands-on and virtual)
• Process aids
• Large-key calculators
• Talking calculators
• Math notation tools

7 / 40

Nearly 1 in 10 working-age Canadians (aged 15 to 64) reported having a disability in 2012, compared with almost one-third of Canadian seniors (aged 65 and older). Women (14.9%) have a higher prevalence of disability than men (12.5%).

8 / 40

The following  Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies are used for people with _______________________ :

• Electronic math worksheet software
• Calculators with built-in speech synthesizers
• Audio books and reading software
• Optical character recognition (OCR) software
• Speech synthesizers / screen reader systems
• Portable word processors
• Speech-recognition software
• Word-prediction software

9 / 40

Since the impact of a specific disability can vary widely from person to person, you should offer assistance even if the person do not requests it or after you have asked their permission.

10 / 40

Additional time to complete tasks is granted for people with:

11 / 40

The American Community Survey (ACS) estimates the overall rate of people with disabilities in the US population in 2016 was 12.8%.

12 / 40

This Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies is used for _______________________:
• Type-to-Talk devices (Similar to VOCAs, Appropriate for those who are able to
type on a keyboard; as a person types a word, the device speaks it out)

13 / 40

The following  Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies is used for ___________________:

• Mobile digital diary apps with reminders
• Smart watches that detect seizures and send alerts or provide GPS location
• Service animals
• Wearables with an alert button to call for help
• Supportive gear and protective wear in case of a fall

14 / 40

The following  Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies is addressing the issue for :
  1. Pedal extensions for driving
  2. Stools
  3. Stepladders
  4. Grab / rail / handle bars
  5. Walker
  6. Cane
  7. Crutch
  8. Wheelchair

15 / 40

Acknowledge the individual’s ability to make decisions and judgments on their own behalf.

16 / 40

The following Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies are used for people with:
• Word prediction / lookup
• Simplified interfaces
• Simplified content
• Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices
• Synchronized speech and highlighting
• Visual / audio alternatives to text in signage, messages, instructions
• Direct and immediate help

17 / 40

The following  Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies is specifically used for:
  1. Mouth sticks
  2. Head wands
  3. Single-switch access
  4. Auto-type software
  5. Sip-and-puff switch

18 / 40

The Challenges and Solutions for people with ______________ who Perceives words as floating and not in a line and can use a special font which weights the letters down and makes similar figures appear differently.

19 / 40

The following  Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies are primarily applied to _________________ disabilities.

• Programmable keyboards
• Writing-support tools
• Communication aids
• Text-to-braille translation software
• Other types of adaptive equipment

20 / 40

For people who has the burden of deciphering content from the way it is presented can use a _______________.

21 / 40

_____________ is a set of guidelines on how to approach a person with disabilities and treat them with respect.

22 / 40

These Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies are used for people with _________________:

• Pens for recording lectures, note taking and improving handwriting.
• Pens that can scan and store text and transfer it to a word processor.
• Pens with scanning capabilities for reading comprehension.
• Digital highlighters that instantly transfer words on paper to a digital device for easy note-taking and deeper comprehension.
• Personal tutors for students to practice their learning and increase fluency by building new words, recalling learned words, discriminating between words and reading controlled texts.
• Software that includes text to speech, word prediction, and spell check.
• Online grammar checkers.
• Software that includes color highlighters, notetaking, and bookmarking functions.

23 / 40

This Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies is used for _______________________:
• VOCAs-Voice Output Communication Aids (Pre-recorded messages that play the
name of the object or action)

24 / 40

The following Adaptive Strategies and Assistive technologies are examples of:

  1. Walkers
  2. Canes
  3. Crutches
  4. Manual and electric wheelchairs
  5. Motorized scooters

25 / 40

The following Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies is used for people with _____________________:
  1. Voice recognition software
  2. Speech-to-text software
  3. Bubble and area cursors
  4. Customizable keyboard
  5. Adaptive notepads with word prediction and text-to-speech features

26 / 40

The Challenges and Solutions for people with Math and Computation disability such as inability to distinguish right from left in graphic images:

 

27 / 40

The solutions for people who may have difficulty processing content through visual means is by providing:
  1. Voice output technology to reinforce reading content with the audible version.
  2. May be granted additional time to complete tasks.

28 / 40

The following are the  Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies are for people with __________________:

• Dry erase boards
• Clipboards
• 3-ring binders
• Folders
• Photo albums
• Laminated pictorial representations and photographs
• Highlight tape
• Projectors
• Timers
• Calculators
• Voice output devices
• Video cameras
• Computers
• Adaptive hardware

29 / 40

For people with Reading and Dyslexia who Perceives words differently than others, such as seeing p b d q as the same letter:

• Do not change the font, contrast or add an underline to text to keep words in line.
• Do not need to be granted additional time to complete tasks.

30 / 40

The 10 disability types captured within the CSD are seeing, hearing, mobility, flexibility, dexterity, pain, learning, developmental, mental/psychological, and memory.

31 / 40

The following are adaptive strategies and assistive technologies for people who requires additional time to read and process content:
  1. Can extend time-outs and return to the same location on the page.
  2. Can use voice output technology to reinforce reading content with the audible version.
  3. Can use screen readers which highlight the word or phrase being read to assist with tracking.
  4. Can use enhanced visible focus indicators to keep track of their position on the page.
  5. Can use special programs or dictionaries which present words with pictures.
  6. May be granted additional time to complete tasks.

32 / 40

The following Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies is used for:

• Allowing adequate time to exchange information
• Speaking slowly
• Checking for understanding
• Choosing a quiet location for communicating
• Feedback mechanisms
• Low-tech message boards
• Computerized voice output communication aids
• Synthesized speech

33 / 40

Below Assistive technologies and Adaptive strategies are for people suffering from _______________ :

• Text-to-speech software
• Reminder devices
• Voice recognition software
• Noise monitoring devices

34 / 40

The following Assistive technologies and adaptive strategies are used for people with:

  1. Mouth stick
  2. Head wand
  3. Single-switch access
  4. Sip and puff switch
  5. Oversized mouse or trackball
  6. Adjustable position displays
  7. Timing controls
  8. Wheelchair
  9. Ergonomic / universal design of consumer products

35 / 40

The following  Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies are useful for people with:

• Canes
• Crutches
• Braces and splints
• Reachers
• Taller chair legs
• Large buttons
• Button hooks
• Velcro closures
• Touch or voice operated light fixtures

36 / 40

Do not make assumptions about what the person can or cannot do.

37 / 40

The following  Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies is addressing the issue for :
  1. Portable toilet / bedside commode
  2. Bedpan or urinal
  3. Supplemental oxygen
  4. Respirator
  5. Elevator
  6. Chairlift

38 / 40

These Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies are for people suffering from _________________.

• Apps with mood, stress, and anxiety management functions
• Guided meditation

39 / 40

The following  Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies is for people suffering from ________________.
• Flicker-free monitors
• Monitor glare guards
• Non-glare glasses

40 / 40

This Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies is used for _______________________:
• PECS – Picture Exchange Communication System (pictorial representations of
objects and actions)

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