Depends on you, but most folks would advise against this. The reason is you are on your own in the home, lpn visits will all be technical skills (not patient teaching only), so foleys, lab draws, and wound care are your world. Would you be confident to perform those skills in a challenging environment?
Believe me, there's rarely a light where you need it to see the "wink" for a foley, your lab draw patient is likely sweating sitting on the front porch with wind blowing dust around, your wound vac won't seal . . . you get the idea.
If you are confident and comfortable with your skills, go for it. But if there's an agency that will hire your with zero experience, ask for a peer interview in addition to the regular one, or find a friend in this business and ask about the agency you are interviewing with. My agency. just. would. not. do. this.