Whether it's a parent, grandparent, friend or well-known community member, most everyone has a senior in their life.

And many more people are those responsible for providing care for them.

All this week, 9NEWS is providing special coverage surrounding senior citizens and the people who take care of them. Below is a list of online stories for Senior Week.

And tune into 9NEWS shows daily for live interviews with experts and stories about seniors, nonprofits and experts.

9NEWS will also host a Senior Source Line9 at the below times. The Line9 phone number is 303-698-0999.

  • Monday, 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. - Social security questions
  • Tuesday, 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. - "Perfect Homecoming" volunteers will be taking calls. A Perfecting Homecoming is an organization dedicated to helping seniors transition from hospitals to their homes to reduce the risk of hospital re-admissions and improve quality of life.
  • Friday, 5 p.m. - Experts from the Denver Police Department, the city attorney's office HS Family and Adult support services and the Denver DA's office will take calls to answer questions in regards to elder abuse and keeping elderly people safe.

Senior Source stories:

87-year-old volunteer says helping others keeps her young

Geriatric psychiatrist stresses importance of mental health among seniors

Robot easesburden on Alzheimer's caregivers (video)

The death of longterm care for middle-income earners

An update on Senior Week from 9NEWS' Mark Koebrich

Researchers working on Alzheimer's drug

Denver woman's story is a solid reminder not to fall for sweetheart scams

A playbook on dealing with Alzheimer's from Beth Bowlen and Mark Koebrich

Nonprofit connects seniors with neighborhood help

Nonprofit offers a little help to seniors

Colorado caretakers spend billions each year to support seniors, study shows

Practicing Tai chi can help older adults

Seniors cultivate life in innovative garden (Video)

At 72, two women learn they were switched at birth

Senior Source Guides:

How to identify elder abuse

Detecting the early warning signs of elder abuse

More resources for seniors can be found at Senior Source.