About Marty Richards Resources



Richards, M. (2010). CARESHARING A Reciprocal Approach to Caregiving and Care Receiving in the Complexities of Aging, Illness or Disability. Skylight Paths Publishing.

Coggan, P.G., Hoppe, M., &  Richards, M.  (1985).   Teaching About the Family of the Institutionalized Elderly--An Interdiscipline Approach.  Family Medicine, 17(4), 144-146.

Ersek, M. & Richards, M. (2003). Communication at the End of Life. In Ersek, M. (Ed.). Core Curriculum for the Hospice and Palliative Care Nursing Assistant. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing.
Richards, M.  (1991).  Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Clients.  In Adult Protective Services Practice Guide.  St. Paul, MN: State of  Minnesota Department of Human Services.
Richards, M. (1999).  Caregiving:  Church and Family Together. Louisville, KY: Geneva Press.

Richards, M. (2003). Caring for the Caregiver. In Kimble, M. & McFadden, S. (Eds.). Aging, Spirituality and Religion –Vol 2. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress Press.

Richards, M. (2008). CareSharing: A Reciprocal Approach to Caregiving and Care Receiving in the Complexities of Aging, Illness or Disability. Woodstock, VT. Skylight Paths Publishing

Richards, M.  (2000).  Communicating Soul to Soul: Challenges for Care Providers.  The Southwest Journal on Aging, 15(2)/16(1), 3-6.

Richards, M.  (1995).  Ethical, Spiritual and Cross Cultural Implications: Some Considerations for Elder Law Attorneys.  NAELA Quarterly, 8(4), 5-8.

Richards, M. (Ed.) (1999). Eldercare:  The Best Resources to Help You Help Your Aging Relatives.  Seattle:  Resource Pathways

Richards, M. (2007) Elder Spirituality and the Cognitively Impaired. In Henry, J.D. & Henry, L.G. Transformational Eldercare from the Inside Out. Silver Spring, MD: American Nurses Association.

Richards, M. (2001). Health Promotion for Older Adults: Aging Families.  Seattle: Northwest Geriatric Education Center.

Richards, M.  (1985).  Helping a Family Decide About Nursing Home Placement: The Transition to the Special Care Unit, & Issues Involving the Patient's Family.  In  Reifler, B. & Orr, N.  Alzheimer's Disease and the Nursing Home: A Staff Training Manual.  Tacoma:  Hillhaven Corporation.

Richards, M. (1981).  Meaningful Communication With Older Adults. Seattle: University of Washington Interdisciplinary Nursing Home Training Program. (videotape)

Richards, M. (1990).  Meeting the Spiritual Needs of the Cognitively Impaired.  Generations, 14(4), 63-64.

Richards, M.  (1986).  Nursing Home Family Support Groups: Relationship Bridges.  Generations, 10(4), 68-69.

Richards, Marty (2008). Spiritual Challenges and Hope in Sharing Care. Generations, 32(2), 68-69.

Richards, M. (1999).  Talking About the Spiritual.  Early Alzheimer’s: An International Newsletter on Dementia, 1(3), 1, 8.

Richards, M.  (1999).  The Holiday Season in The Nursing Home.   In Ellor, J., McFadden, S. & Sapp, S.    Aging and Spirituality: The First Decade.  San Francisco: American Society on Aging.

Richards, M., Broderick, A., & Browne, C.  (1991).  Teaching Clinical Practice With Older Adults:  Strategies for the Classroom.  In Browne, C. & Broderick, A.  Aging and Ethnicity: A Replication Handbook for Social Work Education for Practice with Asian and Pacific Island Elders. Honolulu: University of Hawaii School of Social Work.

Richards, M., Browne, C. & Broderick, A.  (1994).  Strategies for Teaching Clinical Social Work Practice with Asian and Pacific Island Elders.  Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 14(3), 49-63.

Richards, M. & Bush, C. (1981).  The Social Worker.  In Health and Social Services Professionals in Nursing Homes.  Seattle:  UW Institute on Aging.

Richards, M., Hansen, M., Dahm, L., & Beers, M. (1985).  A Guidebook for Trainers of Nursing Home Staff: Understanding Families.  Seattle:  University of Washington Press.

Richards, M., Hooyman, N., Hansen, M., Brandts, W. Smith-DiJulio, K. & Dahm, L. (1985). Choosing A Nursing Home: A Guidebook for Families.  Seattle:  University of Washington Press.

Richards, M. & Murphey, P.  (1988).  Is There Case Management in The Nursing Home?  Generations, 12(5), 50-53.

Richards, M. & Seicol, S.  (1991).  The Challenge of Maintaining Spiritual Connectedness for Persons Institutionalized With Dementia. Journal of Religious Gerontology, 7(3), 27-40.