• Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on CPACC Guide https://www.accessibilityassociation.org/ )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 50 minutes
  • Number of questions: 50
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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GENERAL EXAM 5

GENERAL EXAM 5

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It is appropriate to raising voice or talking as if speaking to a child

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Do not make direct statements intended for the person to his or her companion.

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If the person who has a disability has a companion or interpreter with him or her, the person should be _________________.

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The appropriate way to address people who are Cripple, physically handicapped or wheelchair bound as A person with a physical disability/impairment or wheelchair user.

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The appropriate way to address people  The disabled, the handicapped as People with disabilities.

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People with disabilities who are willing and able to work may face difficulty obtaining and/or retaining opportunities due to job discrimination and lack of reasonable job accommodations.

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According to the United Nations, what is the average number of years people spend living with a disability in a country where the life expectancy is 70 years or more?

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23% of people with disabilities age 65 and older in the United States are living with this type of disability:

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According to a US Senate report in 2014 about _______ of people with disabilities live below the poverty line,

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Is this true in poorer countries, where people with disabilities are often among the poorest of the poor, and the most vulnerable of populations?

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The cost of simply living and doing daily tasks can be significantly higher for a person with a disability when compared to the costs for someone without a disability.

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Disability affects ___________  of every country's population.

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86 per cent of Canadians of those living with a disability report having their daily activities impacted at least occasionally by their condition, with half (48%) saying that it affects them either “often” or “always.”

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People with disabilities tend to be more educated than the general population.

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In the U.S. Census Bureau 2014 report, Americans aged 85 and older represented 13.6 percent of the total older population (ages 65 and up) and accounted for 25.4 percent of those with a disability.

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Much evidence shows that physical activity may ameliorate diseases, reduce depressive symptoms and prevent or delay functional limitations and disabilities in the elderly.

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Research on disability in old age has identified non-modifiable risk factors such as age, gender and genetics, and modifiable risk factors such as age-related diseases, impairments, functional limitations, poor coping strategies, sedentary lifestyles and other unhealthy behaviours, as well as social and environmental obstacles.

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At least ________ of individuals of ages 70 +  are living with disabilities worldwide.

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At least ________ of individuals of all ages are living with disabilities worldwide.

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In countries with life expectancies over 70 years, individuals spend on average about 8 years, or 11.5 per cent of their life span, living with disabilities.

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Countries with large aging populations are NOT likely to have a greater proportion of people with disabilities,

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Older people are more likely to have disabilities. Estimates range from about _________ of older populations, compared to 10%-20% for the population as a whole.

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The SIPP uses much more detailed disability criteria than the ACS. This more expansive definition means that the SIPP identifies more individuals with a much wider variety of disabilities, including, but not limited to, those with upper body and mental health disabilities as well as those with difficulties with activities of daily living; these individuals are unlikely to be captured by the ACS questions.

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The ACS definition may not capture persons with upper body disabilities (e.g., back, arm or shoulder issues) or persons with psychological /mental illnesses, even though both of these types of disability account for a large proportion of people with disabilities.

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The ACS uses six basic disability types in their definition of disability:

  1. Visual (blind or has serious difficulty seeing even when wearing glasses)
  2. Hearing (deaf or has serious difficulty hearing)
  3. Cognitive (serious difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions because of a physical, mental, or emotional condition)
  4. Ambulatory (serious difficulty walking or climbing stairs)
  5. Self-care (difficulty dressing or bathing)
  6. Independent living (difficulty doing errands alone such as visiting a doctor's office or shopping because of a physical, mental, or emotional condition)

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The Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) defines disability more broadly than the ACS or SIPP, and data are not currently available to estimate how many individuals have disabilities under its definition.

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Is this true that the purpose of the data collection is to determine whether a person is eligible for government benefits, people are more likely to report a disability than in other circumstances where reporting a disability may result in negative consequences or social stigma.

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Narrow definitions will result in smaller percentages of people reporting a disability whereas broader definitions will result in larger percentages.

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In June 2019, the UN Disability Inclusion Strategy (UNDIS) was launched by the UN Secretary-General to promote ‘sustainable and transformative progress on disability inclusion through all pillars of the work of the United Nations’.

This strategy requires all UN agencies to ensure that disability inclusion is consistently and systematically mainstreamed into all aspects of work.

 

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Over 1 billion people are estimated to live with some form of disability. This corresponds to about 15% of the world's population, with up to 190 million (3.8%) people aged 15 years and older having significant difficulties in functioning, often requiring healthcare services.

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UNICEF estimates that approximately _____ of the world’s street children have a disability.

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Perkins International estimates that there are ______________ who are blind or visually impaired throughout the world. Only 10% of these children attend school.

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UNICEF estimates that 98% children with disabilities in developing countries do NOT attend schools.

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According to the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the literacy rate for people with disabilities is ________, with the literacy rate for women and girls with disabilities as low as ________.

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According to United States statistics, men with disabilities earn __________  more than women with disabilities.

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Also according to the International Disability Forum in Geneva, women with disabilities are twice as unlikely to find work as disabled men.

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According to the International Disability Forum in Geneva, 75% of women with disabilities worldwide and up to 100% in some developing countries are excluded from the workforce.

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According to the United Nations, only ________  of women with disabilities are in the workforce worldwide.

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The World Bank estimates that _________ people living on less than a $1 a day have a disability.

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The World Bank estimates that 20% of the world’s poorest people have some kind of disability, and that they tend to be regarded in their own communities as the most disadvantaged.

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Approximately ________ women and girls around the world have an intellectual, mental, sensory, and/or physical disability.

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According the World Health Organization (WHO), ____ of men, women, and children worldwide live with some form of disability.

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Women and girls with disabilities also face shockingly high risks of male violence, with 39-68% in the OECD being sexually abused before their 18th birthday.

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According to US figures men with disabilities earn______ more than their female counterparts.

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In the EU, _________ of women with disabilities are unemployed, as compared to  ____ of disabled men.

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The numbers of disabled women are higher than those of disabled men; they make up as many as 3/4 of disabled persons in low and middle income countries.

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Percentage of people with a disability range from about ______________ , depending on the survey methodology

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Of the approximately 7 billion people on the planet, about ______________  have disabilities.

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Random group of 10 people worldwide, __________ of those people are likely to have a disability.

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Accommodations for people with multiple disabilities are addressed case-by-case.

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