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One hundred and forty people over the age of 50 randomly sampled from a single-handed British general practice were screened for dementia using the Kendrick Cognitive Tests for the Elderly The tests results were compared with actuarial data concerning health and health services provision The results indicate that there are clear interrelations between low but non-dementing scores in memory and speed performance with the use of services, mobility levels and chronic disorders