About Sharp Again

We are on the front line helping people with memory loss.

About Sharp Again

Our mission is to educate the public and medical community about preventing and reversing multiple causes of memory loss, dementia, and Alzheimer’s Disease, and to advocate for new testing and treatment protocols. To accomplish our mission, we use live presentations, social and multimedia outreach, online resources, and a collaborative network of like-minded individuals and organizations to spread the good news.

How We Got Started

The inspiration for this work is the welcome news that hundreds of people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and dementia have slowed and reversed their symptoms, often completely, including members of our team. In 2011, we met filmmakers Patricia Tamowski and Alan Scott Douglas of Health Advocates Worldwide whose research revealed the multi-causal nature of dementia and put them in touch with experts who treat these various causes. Patricia and Scott have filmed over 50 hours of interviews with dementia patients, their doctors, family members and caregivers and plan to make a documentary film. (reference: Alzheimer’s Dementia Success Stories)

We founded Sharp Again Naturally as a 501(c) 3 nonprofit to spread the word that memory loss and dementia have real causes and that these can often be prevented and treated.  We are encouraged by Dr. Dale Bredesen’s groundbreaking study in 2014, his subsequent research and clinical experience, the FINGER study, and ongoing research linking dementia to Sharp Again’s reversible causes.

Our Vision

It is our hope that this new paradigm for treating memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease will become the standard treatment for all dementia patients and that no one will suffer the long slow decline of Alzheimer’s Disease unnecessarily. Understanding what causes these conditions makes prevention a real possibility for everyone, even those with a family history.

In order to bring this information to the public and the medical community, we are continuing to build our capacity to . . .

  • Reach the people who need to hear this message.
  • Expand our Board with individuals who have specific skills, who are passionate about our mission, and who bring others to the table to creatively problem-solve.
  • Raise the funds required to implement our programs, and move this effort forward.