IF KARMA could be banked, Aaron Hemmings account would be full.
The 25-year-old and his carer Pat Burrows have made it their mission to do one good deed a week.
So far Fire and Rescue NSW firefighters, Ambulance NSW paramedics and the Westpac Rescue Helicopter volunteers have been the lucky recipients of unconditional kindness.
"There's people who go unseen in the community who need help," Mr Burrows said.
"I thought it would be a good idea to get Aaron out in the community, everyone loves him.
"He's such a good kid, he enjoys it too - he loves taking photos and giving people stuff, he's got a good heart."
Besides hitting the gym, Mr Hemmings loves to shop at JB Hi-Fi, his favourite movie is Shrek and he's a bit of a ladies man.
So far he said he has four girlfriends, one's his personal trainer, another is Mr Burrow's mum. He winks.
The pair have hung out for the last four years and consider each other more like brothers.
With the help of a phone application, Mr Hemmings can better communicate what he wants to do.
"He's definitely become a lot more talkative and he's grown up a little bit," Mr Burrows said.
"He's learning new skills, he can cook, he's better at ordering his lunch."
In a couple of weeks Mr Hemmings will be given a Fire and Rescue NSW shirt and hit the pavement to hand out fire awareness information on the main street.
He's taken ice blocks to the firefighters to cool them down, cake and coffee to the paramedics to keep the fuelled for the night and is baking a helicopter cake to take to Tamworth's rescue team.
Mr Hemmings has always been excited to contribute to the community, Mr Burrows said, and the pair are open to new ideas to add to their list of good deeds.