The second episode of The Herald's Think Dementia podcast series is now online.

The podcast explores recognising the symptoms of dementia with an expert panel, bringing insightful analysis and opinion to the debate on Fair Dementia Care in Scotland

This month, campaign lead and host Caroline Wilson takes a very human look at dementia, and brings in Danny McDonald, who was diagnosed with the disease at just 52 years old.

Early-onset of dementia can begin when people are in their 30s, 40s, or 50s, and Mr McDonald explains how the diagnosis has affected both himself and his family, encompassing his work, social life and day-to-day activities.

The pair are joined by dementia learning agent and link worker with Alzheimer's Scotland Susan Rendell, and Golden Jubilee National Hospital's Alzheimer Scotland and NHS 24 Lead Nurse for Dementia Tilda McCrimmon.