• Meet The Team

    Lindsay Nearn - Managing Director & Nominated Individual

    My background is in nursing working in a number of different nursing environments. I started LJM Homecare Lincoln in 2014 because I saw a real need for quality, reliable, and individually focused care. My passion is being constructive in empowering individuals to be as independent as possible within their homes and giving staff the ability and confidence to flourish into the best version of themselves.

    I believe in transparency, honesty, and people who genuinely have a passion for sharing my ethos as together we are able to achieve real improvements in social care and ultimately change the experience and quality of life for the service users.

    I enjoy being involved in any form of fitness and am a regular charity fundraiser for St Barnabas Hospice. Whatever the challenge, be it a mountain or a mud run I am happy to take it on

    Anthony (Tony) Lake - Registered Manager

    I started my care career in 2012 in the community, which has dramatically changed my views on life. I pride myself on being involved with a fantastic team delivering life-changing care to my local community. In my 10 years in care, I have achieved promotion to Registered Manager and can’t imagine a more rewarding job role.

    My passions involve the daily running of the branch and I consistently strive to improve service users' experience, family involvement, and staff flourishment. My ethos aligns with that of LJM Homecare in its drive for continual improvement to achieve the best quality of life.

    I enjoy challenging myself while raising money for St Barnabas Hospice. Such as when I took part in the ‘Don’t quit, get fit’ campaign and climbed Mount Toubkal where between 17 of us we raised over £40000.

    Danielle Swaby - Assistant Manager

    I started in care when I was 18 as a carer and worked my way up to Assistant Manager. I am immensely proud to do the job I do as I passionately believe in making people smile and creating an environment where people are proud to be actively involved.

    My role involves overseeing the rotas and working towards getting your call times exactly as you would like them. I will also help communicate your requirements to the carers so they are aware of how you would like things to be done.

    In my spare time, I am very much a home bird spending quality time with my family. For this reason, I understand the importance of your home is a safe haven

    Rebecca Rogers - Client Manager

    Moving to Lincoln I decided to take a change in career and became a carer within the community. I quickly progressed to Client Manager and enjoy the variety the role offers on a daily basis. My passion is to help individuals to maintain their individuality and independence both socially, physically, and spiritually.

    I will work closely with you to build your personal care plan and support your carers in achieving your desired goals and outcomes. Should anything change with your needs, I am always available to change your care plan.

    I have recently found an interest in pushing myself to my physical limits and seeing what I can achieve by pushing my own personal boundaries.

    Chelsea Edison - Carer Manager

    I started care as a support worker for young adults with learning difficulties and challenging behaviour. I have now progressed to Carer Manager which I find rewarding as I feel on a daily basis I am able to support the carers in their role in order for them to provide bespoke care for our service users.

    My passion is to support and create a team of carers who all have the unique skills to deliver individualised and high-quality care. My main focus is providing training and guidance to carers to maintain staff retention and the well-being of the team which ultimately leads to increased service user experience and quality of life.

    I enjoy spending quality time with my family and friends and as such passionately believe in promoting a positive work-life balance.

    Rebecca Finch - Clinical Senior Carer

    I started working in a care home whilst studying for my psychology degree. I found myself in a position where my mum needed care and I experienced care firsthand and saw both good and poor. This ignited a real desire to be part of the care sector and be at the forefront of quality care delivery.

    My role as Clinical Senior Carer will see me supporting you with not only your everyday needs but also more clinical needs such as catheter care, stoma care, diabetes, and PEG feeding.

    I enjoy my family time and work-life balance outside of work.

    Amy Melladay - Senior Carer

    Working in the hospital gave me a wider understanding of patient care and how to deal with difficult situations. I gained great skills that I'll carry with me for life and use through my current role as Senior Carer.

    In my free time outside of work, I enjoy family time and being with friends and of course spending lots of hours in the gym.

    Harriet Grant - Senior Carer

    I began my career in care working in secure Mental Health facilities caring for vulnerable adults with challenging behaviour. I progressed into working in the community, as I wanted to work with a wide array of people with many different struggles and support them in leading the happiest, healthiest lives they can.

    My goal is to mentally, emotionally, and physically support our service users in any way they need, catering my duties to each individual. I pride myself on being able to assess each service user's needs, treat everyone as the unique person that they are, and adapt my care accordingly.

    I enjoy reading, spending time with my dog, going to the gym, and socialising with friends in my spare time.