Jamie Hartley, aged 22, from Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton, suffers with 11Q, also called Jacobsen Syndrome, which provides him the “talents of a three-year-old”.
Jamie, with the assistance of mom Tara, 46, created a remake of the tune Santa Claus is Coming to City. They added in phrases that had been related to Covid, given the pandemic.
Tara stated: “Throughout the coronavirus lockdown, we did challenges with Jamie to assist deal with lockdown. Ultimately, we raised over £1,000 [for the NHS].
“Throughout the second lockdown, and within the run as much as Christmas, we did a bit of efficiency of Santa’s Coming To City as a result of he loves music. We modified a few of the phrases to ‘masks’ and ‘washing our fingers’ and issues like that.
We shared with household and buddies and many folks had been asking for it so we thought, perhaps to assist everyone perceive, particularly youthful kids, what we have to do to ensure Santa comes to go to, that we shared a video, and Jamie’s message following the principles in the mean time.”
She continued: “He completely loves music and simply loves sharing it with folks so we simply wished to share the Christmas message and guarantee everyone will get to have the possibility for Santa to return with it.”
She added: “Though Jamie is 22, he has bought the flexibility of a 3 of four-year-old so that is at all times going to be particular for him.
“He’s nonetheless very a lot a baby. He’s discovering it very troublesome [lockdown].
“He loves to assist folks and say howdy to everyone. However as a result of he’s classed as susceptible, he hasn’t been in a position to get out quite a bit.
“He usually goes to Dudley School who’re actually nice with him. He loves being round folks. They name it the blissful gene as a part of the 11Q.”
To view the video, seek for #ChallengeJamie2020 on Fb.