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MDS 3.0 Resident Interview Cue Cards English/Spanish


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Price: $41.50
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This set of cue cards corresponds to three of the four MDS 3.0 resident interviews (PHQ-9©, Daily/Activity Preferences, Pain). Additionally, there is a card created to help evaluate the resident's vision and a card that provides tips on how to conduct the interviews. Cards included in this set:

  • Section B, Vision
  • Section D, PHQ-9© - Symptom Frequency Responses
  • Section F, Daily/Activity Preferences - Importance Responses
  • Section J, Pain - Frequency and Intensity (Numeric and Verbal Descriptor) Responses


Based on customer feedback, these interview cards can be used in several ways, including:

  • For non-verbal residents, nursing staff can verbally administer questions in either English or Spanish and allow the residents to select their responses.
  • For English and Spanish residents with hearing issues, the questions and answers are available on the cards and residents can read and verbally provide their response or select their responses.
  • For buildings that have residents that prefer to communicate in Spanish, but there is no Spanish-speaking staff available, the cards can be used to conduct those interviews.


For each section, there is a card in English and Spanish, and cards are numbered as 4 (English card) and 4S (same card but in Spanish) to keep cards in order.

  • Combined on a durable metal ring that allows the cards to be kept as a set or separated for each responsible discipline
  • Printed in large, oversized type for easy reading legibility
  • Laminated for infection control purposes
Size 8 1/2 x 11
Format Laminated card set on metal ring
Unit Each
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Published Revised March 2019