I'll Die After Bingo: My unlikely life as a care home assistant
Nominated for the Chortle Comedy Book Award 2023
'Blisteringly well written, deeply humane and very funny' Daily Telegraph
'Enough to make you die laughing' Daily Mail
'Funny and moving' Daily Express
Whether he's initiating a coup d'état against new regulations with the residents, or forging a bond with the 98-year old who once called him a fat slut, Pope Lonergan's work is infinitely varied. This no-holds-barred account shows what life inside a care home is really like, for both residents and carers. Featuring night-time drama, incontinence pads and the uniquely dark humour of one double-amputee Alzheimer's patient, here you can learn everything you ever wanted to know (and a few things you probably really didn't) about Britain's care system.
This important memoir challenges us all to think differently about the value of our elderly, and also the carers who look after them.
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