NCDJ Terminology Quiz
1) This is the most neutral way to describe someone who does not have a disability:
1 point
2) To describe someone as “a person with a disability” rather than “a disabled person” is to use this kind of language:
1 point
3) This term can appropriately be used as an adjective, but should not be used as a noun. (Hint: Think “parking.”)
1 point
4) This term is recommended when describing someone who has experienced loss of sight:
1 point
5) This term is considered offensive by many in the deaf community:
1 point
6) The term “mental retardation” has been widely replaced by this term, which is considered less offensive:
1 point
7) This is the correct way to describe this disability:
1 point
8) When considering what words or terms to use to describe a disability, this is almost always the best approach:
1 point
9) This word can appropriately be used to describe a condition, but should not be used to describe a person:
1 point
10) Which of these is the preferred term?
1 point
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