• Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on CPACC Guide https://www.accessibilityassociation.org/ )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 40 minutes
  • Number of questions: 50
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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4.2. Visual and Auditory Disabilities

4.2. Visual and Auditory Disabilities

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Like red-green color vision defects, blue cone monochromacy affects_________  much more often than__________ .

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Media players that do not support caption, or options to control the volume, or the size and colors of captions are barriers of ____________.

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A person with ____________  will typically need magnification to see well enough to read or discern other details.

4 / 50

________________ is better defined in terms of function, rather than numerical test results.

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________________  should have sufficient contrast between foreground and background color combinations.

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Some people are completely blind, without the ability to see anything. Others can perceive light versus dark, or the general shapes of large objects, but cannot read text or recognize people by sight.

7 / 50

The following are the barriers for people with:
  1. Unavailability of sign language interpretation.
  2. Environments that are loud or present competing sounds.

8 / 50

Individuals with _____________________ may act as though a hearing loss is present when in fact, hearing sensitivity is often within normal

9 / 50

___________________________ is often described as greater than expected difficulty hearing and understanding speech even though no measurable hearing loss exists.

10 / 50

According to the World Health Organization, about _______________  of the world’s population, have low vision.

11 / 50

Often sign language is the first language — and therefore the most comfortable native language for people who are born:

12 / 50

Speakers who do not provide_____________  that would help with navigation or understanding information otherwise conveyed visually are barriers of visual disabilities.

13 / 50

Those who lose their hearing later in life may never learn sign language, or if they learn it, they may not feel as comfortable speaking in sign, and may prefer text.

14 / 50

Some people with _____________  experience low contrast, and therefore benefit from high contrast text and graphics.

15 / 50

___________________ is not the inability to hear but it’s the inability to interpret, organize, or analyze what’s heard.

16 / 50

The majority of people with vision impairment are over _______  years of age.

17 / 50

Globally, the leading causes of vision impairment are uncorrected refractive errors and cataracts.

18 / 50

It is estimated that approximately _______ of the global population have Central Auditory Processing Disorder.

19 / 50

________________  is a sensory disability that impairs a person’s ability to distinguish certain color combinations.

20 / 50

____________  color vision defects affect males and females equally. This condition occurs in fewer than 1 in 10,000 people worldwide.

21 / 50

Auditory disabilities are sensory disabilities that range from partial to complete hearing loss.

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_______________________  refers to people with hearing loss ranging from mild to severe, who still have some useful hearing.

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Individuals who are ___________________ have partially-impaired hearing in one or both ears, resulting in a mild-to-moderate hearing loss.

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The ________________ people with vision impairment includes those with moderate or severe distance vision impairment or blindness due to unaddressed refractive error, as well as near vision impairment caused by unaddressed presbyopia.

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_______________ is often confused with other disorders such as ADHD, language impairment, learning disabilities, social and emotional delays or cognitive deficits.

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___________________  are sensory disabilities that can range from some amount of vision loss, loss of visual acuity, or increased or decreased sensitivity to specific or bright colors, to complete or uncorrectable loss of vision in either or both eyes.

27 / 50

According to the World Health Organization, an estimated ________________ of the world’s population, are deaf or hard of hearing.

28 / 50

Missing visual and non-visual orientation cues, page structure, and other navigational aids are barriers for people with visual disabilities.

29 / 50

A person who hard of hearing has difficulty with sounds, including the ______ component of multimedia materials.

30 / 50

Inconsistent, unpredictable, and overly complicated navigation mechanisms and page functions are barriers for people with:

31 / 50

Globally, at least _________ have a vision impairment or blindness, of whom at least ___________  have a vision impairment that could have been prevented or has yet to be addressed.

32 / 50

Materials, such as books, restaurant menus and navigation aids, that are not made available in alternate formats such as digital files or braille are barriers for people with :

33 / 50

Most eye care professionals prefer to use the term ___________ to describe permanently reduced vision that cannot be corrected with regular glasses, contact lenses, medicine, or surgery.

34 / 50

About ________  of people with vision impairments live in low income settings.

35 / 50

Audio in videos and films that are presented without captions or transcripts are barriers for people with _____________.

36 / 50

_______________  color vision defects are the most common form of color vision deficiency. This condition affects males much more often than females.

37 / 50

________  is uncorrectable vision loss that interferes with daily activities.

38 / 50

Websites and other technologies that require voice for interaction or listening for understanding are barriers for people with ____________.

39 / 50

Text, images, and page layouts that cannot be resized, or that lose information when resized are barriers for people with:

40 / 50

Among populations with Northern European ancestry, _________________  occurs in about 1 in 12 males and 1 in 200 females.

41 / 50

Websites, web browsers, and authoring tools should provide full keyboard support for people with:

42 / 50

Websites, web browsers, and authoring tools that do not support the use of custom color combinations are barriers for people with:

43 / 50

Some people with low vision experience color deficiencies, but may be able to see the difference between certain colors.

44 / 50

In websites and other technologies, images, controls, and other structural elements that do not provide text alternatives is a barrier for people with:

45 / 50

______________  color vision defects have a lower incidence in almost all other populations studied.

46 / 50

Blue cone monochromacy is rarer than the other forms of _____________  deficiency, affecting about 1 in 100,000 people worldwide.

47 / 50

_______________ should have text or audio alternatives, or an audio description track.

48 / 50

People speaking softly, or in large spaces without amplification such as through microphones is considered as the barrier for people with,

49 / 50

People with ________________ can have difficulty with, among other things, locating the source of a sound, understanding what someone is saying if the environment is loud or there are competing sounds.

50 / 50

The most common forms of color-blindness affect an individual’s ability to distinguish ________________ , although other colors may be affected.

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