• Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on CPACC Guide https://www.accessibilityassociation.org/ )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 30 minutes
  • Number of questions: 37
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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4.3 - Visual, Auditory and Speech Disabilities Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies

4.3 - Visual, Auditory and Speech Disabilities Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies

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When used with computers, assistive technologies are also referred to as adaptive technologies or adaptive software

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______________  are products used by people with disabilities to help accomplish tasks which they could not accomplish otherwise.

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Who do you provide alternative visual alerts, such as lights that flash, pulse, dim, or turn on and off is __________________.

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Screen readers can read interfaces and content aloud by converting ___________________ .

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________________ can read interfaces and content out loud by converting text to speech.

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The challenges for people with Central Auditory Processing Disorder is _________________.

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For people who cannot hear talks, presentations, and performances, provide ______________ on a monitor during the speech.

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A screen reader can convert a transcript of the audio to braille on a refreshable braille device, or print it in a braille embosser for people who _______________________.

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For people who Cannot see, or has difficulty seeing use Use color combinations with __________.

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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices are used for people who ___________________.

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A screen reader can convert a transcript of the video along with audio descriptions to braille on a refreshable braille device, or print it in a braille embosser for people who ________________.

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For people who cannot use screen readers on digital content and interfaces not designed with accessibility in mind the solution is to ______________.

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For people who cannot hear the audio portion of videos, provide ________________ .

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_________________  is an additional audio track that describes and gives context for essential visual information.

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A screen reader can convert text to braille on a refreshable braille device, or print it in a braille embosser for people with _____________.

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Interface designers and content authors can edit the markup to make it compatible with the assistive technologies used by those with speech and language disabilities.

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Text-to-speech programs or AAC devices is used for people who has  ________________.

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For people who cannot read the text on the containers or packaging for consumer items such as medicine, personal care products, and food:
  1. Embossed braille (or braille stickers) on packaging and product containers help consumers identify items both in the store and after purchase.
  2. Mobile apps can scan labels of bar/QR codes and read the product information aloud.

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Use raised tiles on the ground to indicate the edge of a platform, a pathway along a sidewalk, the beginning of a staircase, etc. Eliminate low-hanging architectural features that a blind person could bump into are solutions for people with ___________________.

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If they are easy to find, braille labels and descriptions on entrances, rooms, bathrooms, historical markers, and other points of interest allow people who know braille explore and understand their surroundings are all challenges for people with ___________________.

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The solution for the challenges for people who cannot use screen readers on interfaces and digital content not designed with accessibility in mind:

  1. Interfaces and content must be remediated for accessibility.
  2. Interface designers and content authors, if they have access to the necessary files, can edit the markup (which describes the files’ presentation or logical structure) to make them compatible with assistive technologies.

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For people with Blindness and Low Vision Challenges who cannot see digital interfaces of public displays, such as digital signs, ATMs and airport kiosks:      ( On interactive systems, haptic or speech input can facilitate interaction)

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Tactile models of the exterior of buildings, or of floorplans of the interior of buildings help people form a mental map of their surroundings are solutions for people who ___________.

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Adaptive strategies provide enhancements to, or change the methods of, interacting with the environment or technology needed to accomplish a task.

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For people who Cannot see or feel the controls on flat interfaces on devices:

  1. Use alternative interfaces with knobs or other tactile controls.
  2. Provide audio interfaces.
  3. Facilitate remote control through mobile apps.

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________________ are solutions meant to help people with disabilities perform activities of daily living and increase their independence and ability to participate in society.

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People with __________________ users can adjust rate of speech, vary voice and pitch to get varied exposure to content when they repeat it.

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The solutions for people with ___________________:

  1. Electronic communication boards
  2. Text-to-speech software
  3. Keyboards with speech generating functionalities
  4. Speech apps to allow learners to practice their sounds, sentences, and phrases

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Provide sign language interpretation and a transcript is for people who  ________________:

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The Solutions to Blindness and Low Vision Challenges is by providing Audio description is an additional audio track that describes and gives context for essential visual information.

 

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For people who cannot hear talks, presentations, and performances, provide __________________.

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For people cannot see, or has difficulty seeing, signs or other text on buildings or other locations, the solution is that to Map and geolocation applications on mobile devices can announce the names and descriptions of buildings and other location-related information.

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The following Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies are for people with __________________:
• Note-taking apps
• Captions
• Audio controls
• Text-to-speech (TTS) software
• Personal listening devices (PLD)
• Sound field systems
• Noise-canceling headphones
• Audio recorders

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Do not rely on color alone to convey meaning or information as certain color combinations, in particular __________, can be difficult to distinguish:

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Speech-to-text programs are used for people who have difficulty writing understandable text.

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The solution by providing software or hardware options can enhance the contrast of digital text by using
color combinations with high enough contrast to easily read is for people ___________________.

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The Solutions to Blindness and Low Vision Challenges is that Screen readers can read interfaces and content out loud by ________________.

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