• 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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DQ - Types of Disabilities (3)

DQ - Types of Disabilities (3)

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_____________________ , is comprised of all of the different types of communication outside of oral speech that people with speech disabilities can use to express themselves.

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_______________  experiences involve hallucinations and delusions.

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________________ involve difficulty in distinguishing speech sounds in languages. Only a few sounds may be used, thus affecting word meaning. For example, the words "call" and "tall" may both be pronounced as "tall", even though the person may be attempting to use the word "call" and its meaning in his or her statement.

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_________________ is a motor speech disability that occurs when a person has difficulty using muscles for speech production to form sounds of words. It may take a person several attempts to say the correct word.

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Putting flashing or strobe-type effects in videos, graphics, or animations can put some viewers at risk for_____________ .

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______________ are abnormal or erratic electrical impulses in the brain that interfere with a person's ability to process information or, in some cases, control voluntary muscle movement.

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_______________  are disorders where certain sounds of speech may be difficult to produce, specifically consonant sounds. They are generally categorized as articulation disorders or phonemic disorders

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____________ , also known as affective disorders or depressive disorders, cause erratic changes in a person's mood.

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_________________ is an extremely complex disorder. Experiences with this disorder are generally categorized into two groups: "positive" and "negative."

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People with ___________________  have a combination of two or more disabilities that may involve speech, motor, visual and hearing impairments, as well as a learning disability or an intellectual disability.

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_________________ is a motor speech disability that occurs due to brain damage. The muscles for speech production are impaired, causing slurred speech, slow speech, mumbling, or a voice that may sound hoarse or breathy.

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What are the challenges for people with Speech disabilities who may be unable to communicate with voice-based technology tools like virtual meetings:

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Sometimes categorized as a language disability, __________  is a disability that affects the fluency of speech.

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Depression is characterized as a brain disorder.

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These Assistive Technology are used by people who have _________________ :

A) Touch screens,
B) alternative keyboards,
C) single switch devices,
D) eye-tracking technologies,
E) speech-generating software,
F) word prediction software,
G) symbol boards and languages,
H) symbol software,
I) translation software

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________________ consists of rapid speech that may be inconsistent in rhythm and lack syntax, or grammar. Speech may be clear at first, but increases at a quick rate. Slurred speech may also occur.

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Communication aids that do not require electricity are referred to as ____________ .

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If needed, communication should be supported through augmentative and alternative communication such as sign language, tangible symbols, or computer-generated speech.

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When the user have another disability in addition to Speech disability, that could be one or more of the following: hearing loss, difficulty with fine motor movements, processing information, or visual impairment:

A) Ensure that all digital content is compatible with several assistive technologies such as screen readers
B) Provide captions and transcripts for video and audio materials
C) Check that digital content is keyboard accessible
D) Present information in multiple formats to assist with information processing

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People with _________________  see things and hear voices

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Examples of ______________  include depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and schizophrenia

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____________________  systems rely on the use of an electronic or non electronic tool and the person's body. Tools can range
communication books and boards, to pen and paper, to electronic devices that produce computer-generated voices.

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Experiences that are mostly_____________  involve lack of patience and difficulty waiting on things, shouting unsolicited remarks, difficulty controlling emotions, and interrupting activities or conversations

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______________________  systems do not rely on the use of external tools, but rely on nonverbal communication like body language, facial expressions, gestures and sign language.

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Experiences that mainly involve_______________  include continuous talking, running around, fidgeting, touching things, and difficulty completing quiet tasks.

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________________  experiences involve a lack of motivation, a dreary mood, and isolating oneself from society.

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Communication aids that do require electricity are _______________ and often allow people to store and retrieve messages.

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______________  is the complete inability to produce a speaking voice

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______________ : Experiences that are mainly inattentive involve difficulty focusing and processing new information, being distracted easily, daydreaming, difficulty organizing and completing a task, and difficulty following instructions.

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What are the solutions for challenges displaying appropriate behavior:

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What are the solutions for challenges managing emotions or stress:

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For people with Speech disability and Difficulty with producing speech sounds:

A) May use low tech AAC such as communication boards or gestures to supplement speech
B) May use high tech AAC such computer-generated voices to replace speech
C) Be patient and give people time to communicate thoughts;
D) Ask for clarification, if necessary

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These Input design consideration are used for people with _____________________:

Ensure text-based alternatives are provided for any voice-based communication methods

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The solutions for people with Sensitivity to flashing lights, blinking, and flickering stimuli:

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Those with severe speech disabilities may use AAC to either supplement their speech or replace their speech altogether. There are two different types of AAC people with speech disabilities can use: _________________

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These input methods are used by people with _____________________ ,Text-based communication such as chat, email, and forms

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____________________ involve difficulty in physically producing speech sounds. As a result, certain speech sounds may be either omitted or added, substituted for other sounds, or the sound is distorted.

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Seizures caused by flashing lights are sometimes known as _______________ .

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_________________________ , is a behavioral disorder where a person has difficulty focusing, paying attention, and controlling his or her behavior.

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A person may have a motor disability in conjunction with an _________________ .

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