• Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on CPACC Guide https://www.accessibilityassociation.org/ )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 35 minutes
  • Number of questions: 44
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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4.2 - Deaf-blindness, Speech and Body Structure Disabilities

4.2 - Deaf-blindness, Speech and Body Structure Disabilities

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This disorder often involve substitution of one sound for another, slurring of speech, or indistinct speech.

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Selective mutism is estimated to affect ___________  percent of the population.

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There are patterns of not saying words correctly is called _____________.

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Statistics from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders indicate that the prevalence of speech sound disorders
in young children is _________

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When a person has trouble moving muscles required to talk is referring to ___________________.

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_______________is an impairment of language, affecting the production or comprehension of speech and the ability to read or write.

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_________________ involve the coordinated efforts of the brain and muscles, and are built on the gross motor skills that allow us to make bigger movements.

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Some examples include difficulty tying shoelaces, inability to do up buttons or zippers, scribbly drawing, difficulty using a keyboard, poor handwriting, taking a long time to pick up small objects, manipulating objects in hand, or using both hands at the same time, are examples of barriers for people with ______________.

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The absence of both vision and hearing severely limits the sensory input possibilities of the individual to just touch, smell, and taste. This is primarily referring to _____________.

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Lack of tactile sign language interpretation is a barrier for _____________.

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The incidence of deaf-blindness is low. According to the World Federation of the Deaf-blind, between _________ of the world’s population is deaf

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_______________ includes people with upper or lower limb loss or disability, challenges with manual dexterity, disability in co-ordination with different organs of the body, or with a broken skeletal structure.

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Most people who are ____________  are not completely deaf nor completely blind, and retain some hearing and sight capability.

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________________ 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.

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People with _________________ may be able to read, write, and understand language, even if their mouth structure or neuromuscular connections do not allow them to articulate.

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

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

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______________is always due to injury to the brain-most commonly from a stroke, particularly in older individuals.

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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 ______________.

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

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There are at least _________ people in the USA with aphasia and ____________ in Great Britain

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The deaf-blind person would feel the hands of the other person signing in the conversation.

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Lack of text-based alternatives for speech communication is barriers for people with ___________.

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Lack of transcripts of video or audio materials made available in braille is a barrier for people who are:

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Body shaming and social discrimination are barriers for _____________.

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_____________ is often a manifestation of extreme forms of other speech disorders, including aphasia, apraxia or dysarthria.

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A deaf-blind person would need to ___________ to access text, and __________ to access conversations

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  1. Leaving off sounds from words
  2. Adding sounds to words
  3. Distorting sounds in words
  4. Swapping sounds in words

Are all characteristics of _______________.

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Of those senses,___________ is the only viable method for complex communication.

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

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_________________ can range from mild slurred speech to the complete inability to move the mouth to speak.

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_____________ is a sensory disability that includes both deafness and blindness.

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According to Texas Children’s Hospital, articulation disorder is a _______________ involving difficulties in producing specific types of sounds.

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A person with_________ may not be able to recognize words or understand what is being said, be unable to speak or have difficulty saying what they mean, difficulty forming sentences and omitting words.

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


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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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Websites and other technologies, lack of output to a braille keyboard is barrier for people who are:

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_______________, in which a person wants to speak but due to anxiety cannot in certain situations,

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______________ is a rare condition, that requires touch as the primary means of communication.

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

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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.

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_____________ are the intricate and detailed movements of the hand and wrist needed to manipulate, control and use objects, produce neat, legible handwriting, and dress independently.

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

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Materials such as books, menus and navigation aids, lack of printed braille are all barriers for people who are:

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